- On the Online Blockchain, a brand-new NFT project based on The Rocky Horror Show will debut.
- Developers have created several characters that will be sold as NFTs.
- For NFTs, The Rocky Horror Show holds a lot of potentials, and they are eager to work with interfishnet.
Following the announcement that a new non-fungible token (NFT) project based on The Rocky Horror Show will be launched, Online Blockchain PLC shares increased 5% to 21.6p on Monday.
Several characters have been developed and will be offered for sale as NFTs, with Online Blockchain earning a cut of the proceeds. The Rocky Horror Show NFTs are still in the early stages of commercial development, so it’s unclear how things will turn out or how much money will be made.
The Rocky Horror Show has a lot of promise for NFTs, and they are looking forward to partnering with Interfishnet, according to Clem Chambers, CEO of Online.
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are cryptographic assets that are connected to a single blockchain address and include distinctive identifying codes and metadata that set them apart from one another. Non-fungible tokens are part of a smart contract that can digitally represent any asset, including those that can only be purchased online, such as digital collectibles and art.
The Rocky Horror Show collectible character-based NFTs have been produced by Online’s developers, and as per the conditions of the license agreement (for an unlimited time), Online will earn a revenue split from the sale of the NFTs.
The Rock Horror Show NFTs will soon begin to be promoted by the company. Shareholders should be aware that The Rocky Horror Show NFTs are still in the early stages of commercial development, and it is uncertain at this point how it will progress or how much revenue they will generate.
Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, and Meatloaf starred in the cult classic The Rocky Horror Show, which was released in the 1970s. The Rocky Horror Show’s debut performance took place 50 years ago this year, so Online is thrilled about the prospect of releasing these NFTs at this time.