TV Show about Criptomonedas arrives in Hollywood–
Good news for everyone: The massive adoption is just around the corner. Kevin Connolly, better known as Eric Murphy on HBO’s Entourage, has announced the development of a new television show about the world of Criptomoneda and technology in the block chain. Titled “Cryptos”, the new program is expected to open the digital book to a top-rated audience.
Connolly announced the new show during a surprise appearance at the North American Bitcoin Conference, which was held in Miami last week. During a subsequent interview with Breaker, Connolly, who joins the program as an actor and director, said the new cryptographic program is still in initial development.
The details are still scarce, but a propaganda on the Cryptos website describes “a comic drama” after a team of young filmmakers who “discover how you can use blockchain technology to help fund your film and television projects outside the Traditional network System “. The premise is compared to other explorations of the fictitious industry, such as Silicon Valley, Entourage and Ballers.
But there is also a sense in which the new show can be at least partially autobiographical, at least in relation to producers Jason King and Erik Sords. Breaker describes the two producers as “true believers” in Blockchain technology: King founded the “Academy School of Blockchain,” a chip-financed institute to train cryptographic developers. Sords created Dionysia, a “global decentralized study” that uses blockchain technology to “[connect] artists and content creators directly to their audience and funding.”
An amazing coincidence,
Dionysia is also the name of the fictional decentralized film studio in the new show, through which the young discouraged filmmakers decide to “[go] to war within the Hollywood system.”
In other words, don’t expect any special appearances from Nouriel Roubini.
The producers told Breaker that they expect to find a home for Cryptos on Amazon or Netflix, and the website predicts that it will “broadcast on a major home network.” But there’s still a long way before cryptos can be placed on your TV. Tail. Meanwhile, we see that auditions are open.
This is not the first time blockchain cures are prescribed for Hollywood ailments. Crypto Briefing has previously reported on Waiting for the Barbarians, a historical drama financed through the TaTaTu block chain platform. We have also covered Alpha networks and SingularDTV, which apply decentralized financing models to entertainment.
We are not surprised that people get excited, even if the only thing you can do is a one-page website and a trailer full of lambos.