About a month ago, AMC networks and Orange Comet announced they were partnering to bring the fandom NFTs to commemorate the final season of The Walking Dead. The fandom is split on the announcement; some were very excited others were not interested at all.
NFTs or Non-fungible tokens are digital assets that represent real-world objects. They can range from art to music to in-game items and videos.
Often purchased via cryptocurrency, NFTs are nothing new; Kevin McCoy and Anil Dash created the first known NFT in May 2014. Recently NFTs have been pushed into the mainstream as a way to buy and sell artwork.
The Walking Dead NFT
To learn more about The Walking Dead NFTs, head to Orange Comet.
Here you will see all the information you need with a link to OpenSea, where you can purchase your Walker Access Pass.
The benefits of this pass include one of 10 custom 3D Walker models created by Dante F. and others on the team at Orange Comet. The categories include Legendary, Epic, Super Rare, Rare, and Uncommon for the randomly minted walkers.
You will also be granted lifetime VIP access to exclusive TWD NFT drops. There are at least five drops planned per year.
Access Pass holders will be given access to the drops one hour before the general public. These drops will contain new character avatars, animations, and 1:1 generative designs.
There will also be opportunities for real-world merchandise to which pass holders will have first access.
There will also be immersive experiences, including the opportunity for an in-person series finale party.
Access pass holders will be surprised with free airdrops into their wallets throughout the year.
Access pass holders will also have access to a private Discord channel with special “Ask Me Anything” sessions and advanced information on future drops with some sneak peeks.
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