Entertainment giant DC will drop new digital collectibles in partnership with Palm NFT Studios for DC FanDome 2021. This will be happening on October 5.
DC Shows Support for NFTs
Through its new partnership with Palm NFT Studios, DC’s first venture into blockchain technology will be made. Jim Lee, DC’s Chief Creative Officer and Publisher, will hand-select the collection to represent the company’s rich history, diverse world-building and storytelling.
“We spent a lot time trying to adapt the classic covers into a 21st century format like NFTs. This drop is a tribute to our 87-year-old history and a vision of the future where NFTs will play a fundamental role in new ways of interfacing with DC content and unlocking exciting experiences.
This collection is intended to be a token of appreciation to DC fans and an invitation to the DC FanDome event, which will take place on October 16. Register for the event to receive a free NFT and a second one by sharing the message on social media.
Why Palm NFT Studio
Because of its environmental conscious approach, the company was chosen as NFT partner. Palm’s blockchain consumes 99.99% less energy than Proof-of-Work systems. The studio’s flexibility also helps artists and provides infrastructure to support NFT development. The platform will allow fans to mint millions of NFT while keeping costs low.
Dan Heyman, co-founder of Palm Studios, spoke about the partnership.
It’s an incredible pleasure to work with DC, who understands that blockchain technology is not just a tool. It’s also a storytelling tool that can change the relationship between creators/fans.
DC Superheroes Join MCU Characters In NFT Space
The collection will include fan-favorite characters such as Batman, Superman and Green Lantern. You can also collect three rare comic book covers for each character.
Fans of Wonder Woman, for example, can get a Common’ cover in 1987’s Wonder Woman #1, a Rare’ cover in 2021’s Nubia and the Amazons #1, or a Yara Flor cover on 2021’s Future State: Wonder Woman #1, by Jenny Frison.
DC’s digital collection launch is similar to Marvel’s June partnership with VeVe Digital Collectibles, which offered digital NFTs of popular MCU characters and comics.
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