• Iconic James Bond “James Bond” franchise jumps on NFT banner

  • VeVe, the largest mobile-first digital collectibles platform, has partnered with leading entertainment company Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios (MGM) to launch a series of NFTs of the iconic James Bond series, and more specifically, the first digital collection for the upcoming film “No Time To Die.”

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    Fans will be able to purchase collectibles inspired by the new film, including gliders and Savlin’s mask, exclusively through the VeVe app, available for download on the App Store and Google Play. The first drop date for the James Bond NFTs will be announced soon.

    “As one of the longest running and most successful film franchises, James Bond continues to evolve and innovate to meet the needs of our loyal audiences around the world,” said Stephen Bruno, chief marketing officer at MGM.” He added: “We are delighted to have partnered with VeVe to create the first ever digital collection from Live and Let Die and to offer fans the exclusive opportunity to own a piece of cinematic history.

    While many of the details surrounding the NFT drop remain under wraps, other digital collectibles from the James Bond series drop will include other iconic items from the Live and Let Die films.

    “As fans of Bond, the legacy of the film franchise and its continued global impact, we are thrilled to bring a range of Bond digital collectibles to VeVe and our passionate collector community,” said Dan Crothers, COO and co-founder of VeVe.

    Through the VeVe platform, fans can showcase their digital collections in the app’s virtual showroom as epic 3D dioramas, as well as virtually visit, comment on and like other collectors’ showrooms.VeVe also offers an augmented reality (AR) photo mode that allows collectors to interact with each digital collection in 3D and share it through VeVe’s in-app social feeds or external social platforms to share their collections.

    In addition, VeVe provides a 99.9% environmental footprint using Ethernet’s Layer 2 extension protocol, Immutable X.

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