Crypto data tracking website CoinMarketCap is preparing to premiere a reality TV series titled “Killer Whales” in conjunction with Hello Labs, a Web3 entertainment platform. The anticipated show will have the same premise as the famous investing program “Shark Tank,” where millionaires listen to startup pitches and invest in the companies they find promising.
In a recent update, Hello Labs stated that “Killer Whales” would include prominent crypto founders, entrepreneurs and influencers such as Champ Medici, Altcoin Daily and the Hello Labs team. Startups in the cryptocurrency space hoping to get funding and advice for navigating the Web3 business climate will present their pitches to five industry titans known as whales.
Sander Gortjes, Hello Labs CEO, stated that the show aims to introduce the next billion users to Web3 by enlightening and engaging them about everything related to cryptocurrency. CoinMarketCap chief marketing officer Jonathan Isaac described the “Killer Whale” program as an exciting chance to bring the Web3 sector’s entrepreneurial energy to homes worldwide.
Applications can be submitted to CoinMarketCap and Hello.one starting May 2, 2023, by interested businesses and individuals. Those chosen will participate in a series of Hollywood interviews. The show will begin production in June and be broadcast on Hello TV in addition to major streaming platforms.
Hello Labs’ token, HELLO, has significantly increased in value as a result of these recent developments. The token has increased by nearly 12% in the last few days, rising from $0.058 to $0.072. Its daily trading volume has increased by more than 90% in the past four weeks. HELLO is currently ranked as the 496th largest token in the world with a $34 million market cap.
Recent months have also seen the emergence of several Web3-related television programs, showing the variety of uses of blockchain as well as the rising interest in cryptocurrencies among mainstream media viewers.
A new Fox program from the cocreator of “Rick and Morty,” Dan Harmon, is set to premiere this year; the show is titles “Krapopolis.” Holders of the show’s first 10,400 Krap Chicken NFT collection, which was introduced in August, can vote on certain show features, gain access to unique content and win incentives.
Other Web3 communities are also exploring the utilization of intellectual property across different media, with NounsDAO weighing in on the idea of a full-length film and television series. The NFT collection Doodles also recently bought the Golden Wolf animation studio and announced ambitions to grow the Doodles brand through the use of narrative storytelling.
It would be illuminating to track how media programs such as “Killer Whales” arouse additional interest in industry players such as Marathon Digital Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: MARA) over the medium- and long-term.
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