• The film director creates his own NFT auction with a 1994 film theme.
• Quentin Tarantino hopes to sell his seven unique Pulp Fiction images to the highest bidder.
Quentin Tarantino, the famous film director who has created such movie hits as Kill Bill, Inglorious Bastards, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, experiments with the NFT market by auctioning some scenes from Pulp Fiction. The director who once brought the Pulp Fiction film to the big screen reveals never-before-seen images from the set and sells them as non-fungible pieces.
This virtual auction attracted fans of Tarantino films and people who love to buy quirky NFTs. Pulp Fiction, which stood out as the best film in 1994, once again gains fame for Tarantino’s publications linking it to the NFTs.
Pulp Fiction arrives as NFT by Quentin Tarantino
The NFT trade is trending again in the film industry. The film director who stands out for making unique feature films is introduced to virtual commerce and cryptocurrencies.
According to advertisements, Tarantino opened an NFT auction based on Pulp Fiction, where unique scenes from the film were shown. The collection will be available on OpenSea’s NFT website, where images of plot characters will be displayed and original scripts that moviegoers can love. In the description of the NFT auction, you can see that the images are strange, which turns out to be an artistic work in the world of cinema.
Following these announcements, Quentin Tarantino said that he is excited to show his Pulp Fiction collection to all of his fans. The director adds that the NFTs have become the priority for many artists, actors, and people who love this shopping in unique objects. However, the director did not say exactly how much each piece was worth and less if they would be available for a limited time.
NFT commerce starts November excitingly
Quentin Tarantino’s NFT auction adds to the great list of virtual collections coming into this November. A few hours ago, the most iconic fast-food company globally, McDonald’s, also launched a new NFT collection.
The rest of the year promises to be surrounded by non-fungible pieces brought by filmmakers or large fast-food chains. However, as demonstrated in previous months, the NFT trade is expanding into other areas with NFT auctions in art, music, video games, cakes, etc.
Something peculiar about Quentin Tarantino’s NFT auction is that it shows the future of virtual commerce within the cinema. Tarantino could soon launch a new non-fungible collection after making huge profits on his seven Pulp Fiction pieces.