Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino recently launched a non-fungible token (NFT) sale that received heavy media coverage. He had received the support of a large part of the community. But not everyone agreed with his plan to sell. For example, the Miramax studio has let it be known that it is opposed to the project and even sued the filmmaker. However, the latter plans not to let himself be destabilized, but rather to continue his sales.
NFT sales will continue
Pulp Fiction’s NFT sales will not cease. This is what the filmmaker Quentin Tarantino wants to understand to the community of NFT users. His project consists of 7 pieces that present scenes from the original scenarios of pulp Fiction. It plans to put them on sale from Jan. 17, according to a press release released Wednesday by Secret Network, the data and privacy platform that manages the sale.
It should be remembered that when Tarantino announced the launch of his project, the Miramax company opposed it. She took legal action against the filmmaker for copyright infringement. Indeed, it is the studio which produced and financed the film. But this action does not dull the ardor neither of the filmmaker nor his partners, including Secret Network.
“We are committed to working with talented artists around the world, offering them a better way to deliver their works directly to fans without relying on old distribution models, which favor conglomerates at the expense of creators,” released Secret Network.
If the sale begins on January 17th, registrations will begin soon enough. Concretely, people who wish to participate in auctions will be able to register from next Monday.
While the Miramax studio has opened a lawsuit against the filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, the latter has decided to continue the realization of his plan to sell NFT from the film. pulp Fiction. For this, in addition to benefiting from the support of the community of NFT users, he benefits from the support of the company Secret Network.
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