Japanese film studio announces production of crypto-based series

Japanese film studio Noma has announced that it will be producing three feature films based on the world of cryptocurrencies.the first film, titled rhetorical staris already in production and will be released in 2024.

In an announcement sent to Cointelegraph on Tuesday, Taichi Ito, founder of Noma and producer of the series, said the trilogy aims to impart knowledge about the crypto industry through creative storytelling. Additionally, Ito proudly shared that their team is using Bitcoin (bitcoin) expert and award-winning sound designer Sefi Carmel.He also expressed confidence rhetorical star Will “change” the way audiences learn about cryptocurrencies.

The series is also being produced by Mayi Fujimoto, CEO of Tokyo-based blockchain company Gracone, and Ryo Nakatsuji, an executive at Japanese publisher CoinPost.At the same time, in “Pokémon”, “Fairy Tail” and Demon Slayer will dominate the animation of the film.

Sefi Carmel, who designed the sound for the film, mentioned that the team wanted to create a series that would bring the insights of the world’s crypto experts to the masses in a “creative and accessible” way. He said he was honored to join the team and excited for the world to move to a “virtual future that relies on blockchains, cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and more.”

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Back in February, blockchain gaming company Animoca Brands established a subsidiary in Japan, Turning Japanese content into non-fungible tokens (NFTs). These include content from anime such as Dragon Ball and My Hero Academia. In addition to anime, the company will also explore content in games, art and sports.

In April, Japan’s largest social messaging app Line, Launch of NFT marketplace Partnership with Japanese entertainment company Yoshimoto Kogyo. The social platform noted that it will offer up to 40,000 NFTs to its user base.