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    Batman’s NFT is expected to bring Warner Bros. and DC $60 million

    To note

    • On April 26, Warner Bros. and DC Comics will release ‘The Bat Cowl NFT Collection.’
    • The collection includes 200,000 one-of-a-kind NFTs, each costing $300.
    • Warner Bros. and DC Comics will benefit from $60 million as a result of this.

    Warner Bros. and DC on a deal

    Together with Warner Bros. and Palm NFT Studio, DC Comics’ Batman is jumping on the non-fungible token (NFT) bandwagon. 200,000 distinct Batman masks will be included in ‘The Bat Cowl NFT Collection,’ which spans the Dark Knight’s 83-year history.

    Marvel Comics only made $4 million in profit when they debuted Spider-Man NFT Collectibles in August and sold out in minutes. The Batman NFTs, on the other hand, will be offered for $300 each beginning April 26, resulting in a $60 million profit for Warner Bros. and DC.

    “Despite the fact that Batman is one of the most well-known superheroes in the world, with hundreds of millions of admirers, his appearance has changed and evolved throughout the last 83 years.”, said DC Comics’ publisher and chief creative officer, Jim Lee

    The release of the NFT follows the success of the last Batman film, starring Robert Pattinson, which grossed $350 million in the United States and $710 million globally. The Batman also marked the first time in over a decade that a Batman picture had a big consumer products collection.

    Batman’s NFT – more than a mask

    The NFT collection based on Batman will be minted on the Palm platform, an Ethereum-based blockchain solution with faster speeds, lower costs, and lower energy use than Ethereum.

    The NFT will include a 3D replica of Batman’s famous mask, or cowl, as well as other bonuses. This provides access to web3 activities that are only available to NFT holders, as well as a hidden DC Universe fan forum. DC has promised to provide a two-year roadmap of benefits and features to NFT holders. One of the aims will be to introduce owners to augmented reality (AR) and the metaverse.

    At the DC Fandom event in October last year, DC surprised fans with complimentary NFTs. Superman, Green Lantern Woman, Harley Quinn, and, of course, Batman were among the characters in the collection, which had three levels of rarity.

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