Krapopolis, the unreleased NFT TV show, hops on to season three
Dan Harmon’s Fox animated comedy season just released season three despite the show never being aired. It has generated about $650,000 from its NFT sales so far.
Krapopolis is an animated comedy Tv series by “Rick and Morty” co-creator Dan Harmon. The series has garnered a lot of interest from fans. You do not have to watch the show to participate in it. You can vote, redeem rewards, watch exclusive content, and do much more from the website.
The show is set to premiere on Fox before 2023 ends. The show has an ancient Greece mythical set. The storyline is centered on a family of humans, monsters, and gods that run one of the world’s first cities while trying not to kill each other. An all-star cast will voice it, including Pam Murphy, Hannah Waddingham, Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry, and Duncan Trussell.
Back in August, Krapopolis launched its 10,240 Krap Chicken NFT collection. Through the NFT, users can access behind-the-scenes content, vote on different show elements, attend IRL experiences with the cast, and redeem rewards.
One can access Krap Chickens from either the official website or OpenSea. It is minted on the Krapopolis website for 0.18 ETH ($280), while at OpenSea, the floor price is 0.11 ETH ($170). Ironically, the floor price is lower than the minting price, which may cost the project as it affects the Porsche NFT collection.
Fox is invested in the project, and in July, it announced investing up to $100 million in Krapopolis. According to Fox’s president, they believe in the project because of its promise. Statistics from OpenSea suggest that the project has done good sales of about 418 ETH ($650K).
According to Dan Harmon, they released the third season to show commitment to the series. Their goal is to bring out pop culture, celebrity, and politics. They had ancient Greece set up as they believe it has a lot of similarities to the present world. Animation is so close to them, and they believe the show will be a banger.