The emergence of crypto TV shows can be attributed to several factors, including the increasing popularity of crypto, the growth of DeFi, and the interest of investors in the potential of blockchain technology.
Popular crypto analytics service provider CoinMarketCap in partnership with HELLO Labs has launched the world’s first Web3 TV show dubbed Killer Whales.
According to the announcement, filming has been scheduled for June in Los Angeles, with the show set to air later this year on a combination of the world’s largest streaming platforms in over 55 countries.
Notably, the show intends to welcome the next billion users into Web3 while entertaining and educating a worldwide audience on all things crypto. By combining entertainment and education, the show may serve as a means to introduce and familiarize a broader audience with the concepts, and technologies in the crypto and Web3 space.
Specifically, projects that are selected to feature on the show will showcase their innovation before a panel of handpicked judges in the industry. The coverage can help make the subject more accessible and engaging, potentially encouraging new users to explore and participate in the world of cryptocurrencies.
Based on the update, each episode in a series is expected to cover topics engaging Web3 topics such as Decentralized Finance (DeFi), Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), cryptocurrency trading, and others. The goal would likely be to provide informative and entertaining content that sparks curiosity and encourages viewers to learn more about the crypto industry.
Furthermore, the inclusion of a “Wildcard” segment where viewers can vote for their favorite projects to appear on the show adds an interactive element and engages the audience in the content creation process. This allows viewers to actively participate and vote on which projects or topics are most interesting or relevant to them.
CoinMarketCap, as co-producers, will take the lead in sourcing the projects that will appear on the show. This implies that the platform will be involved in curating the content and ensuring that the projects shown meet their criteria or aims. Additionally, they will also present on-screen analytics and community feedback during the episodes.
Interestingly, the news comes shortly after Altcoin Daily also announced the launch of a similar crypto TV show. With an estimated global TV reach of over 500 million households, the production team plans to comb the globe for the next wave of Web3 unicorns to invite to Hollywood to pitch to the Whales.
Beyond Killer Whales: Emergence of Crypto TV Shows
The emergence of crypto TV shows can be attributed to several factors, including the increasing popularity of crypto, the growth of DeFi, and the interest of investors in the potential of blockchain technology. Crypto TV shows can be used to deliver educational and entertaining content about cryptocurrency, blockchain technology, and DeFi.
Furthermore, as the entertainment industry continues to investigate the potential of blockchain technology, the development of crypto-themed TV series, movies, and documentaries has increased. This trend has the potential to raise knowledge and comprehension of the crypto business, resulting in increased interest and acceptance.
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