Mogul Productions, a decentralized film financing and NXT platform, has announced that it will host a live event featuring special guests Rob Prior, a comedian best known for his work on Marvel and DC Comics. During the event, Prior will burn an original copy of one of his paintings, which will be immortalized digitally as NXT. “Mogul is excited to showcase Rob’s pieces at this prestigious event, which features the first mainstream comic book and film artists to burn their own artwork live on camera, so it will only remain as an NXT,” Said Lisa Sun, founder and president of Mogul Productions.
Titled Proof of Origin, the event is scheduled to begin at 5:00 pm EST on Thursday 27 May. Along with Rob Prior, Mogul will also host many other star guests from the blockchain, film, music and gaming industries as part of the event.
Recently confirmed to be attending the event, Dan Crowther, co-founder of Ecomi, the project behind the VV Collectibles marketplace, a cryptocurrency founded by music artist Akon, John Karas, co-founder and president of Acoine, and Ted Farnsworth, co-founder of Global Media and Entertainment and former president of MoviePass. Guests will discuss the popularity of NXT in the entertainment industry and share their own perspectives on the trend and how it may develop.
At the end of the event, Rob Prior would burn one of his original artifacts and unveil NXT to represent it directly afterwards. The painting under consideration is inspired by the theme “The Wolf of Wall Street” and depicts Fiat bills falling from the sky. The burning of artwork and NXT symbolize the future of mining art and Wall Street living on the blockchain.
NXT will be the only version of the piece available after the event and will be auctioned on the Mughal stage. Prior will also perform live painting during the event and unveil his next two NXT drops, including Deadpool’s rendition and Luke Skywalker’s painting.
Attendance is free; However, anyone interested in participating in the program should Register via Eventbrite.
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Mogul Productions, which is headed and mentored by a team including Hollywood’s award-winning veterans, launched its platform in February this year and has already signed up to 50,000 users. The aim is to connect filmmakers, fans and financiers in one place to make it easier to market films. NXTs play an important role here, as they can be used to release digital merchandise allowing filmmakers to gain access to new revenue streams.
NXT has reached a watershed moment in 2021, with fast and mainstream adoption of the way longtime fans always believed that was possible. Beeple $ 69 million auction His work “5000 Days” through Christie made global headlines, but the NXT craze gained momentum.
In the last few weeks alone, artist and architect Daniel Arsham Announced His first NXT art will be a dilapidated and improvised sculpture that varies state by season. Elsewhere, the street art collective is Kiwi 101 Confirmed It will launch its own NFT gallery in Riga, the capital of Latvia. It aims to demonstrate the ability of NXT to make street art viewable from anywhere in the world.