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    Orange Comet is set to drop The Walking Dead NFT Collection on March 3rd.

    According to the big fandom the show has created, the Walking Dead is one of the most popular and emotionally compelling television shows. AMC and Orange Comet have been on the news for the past three weeks due to their collaboration to introduce the first-ever “The Walking Dead NFT Collection.”

    About Orange Comet and AMC.

    Orange Comet is a next-generation content studio that uses dynamic storytelling, creativity, and technology to create world-class NFTs and blockchain experiences. We’ve got you covered from concept to execution, rendering to production, and marketing to distribution.

    Co-founder and CEO Dave Broome quotes that “Telling great stories is just the start. And at the heart of our Company are seasoned designers, strategists, producers, creatives, technologists, and marketers.” Kurt Warner, an NFL Hall of Famer, and Gloria and Emilio Estefan, Grammy Award-winning music superstars, co-founders.

    Orange Comet is committed to blockchain sustainability, running on green servers and collaborating with eco-conscious blockchains to create a carbon-negative solution in the NFT space.

    Founded in 1920, AMC Network Entertainment LLC hosts a variety of television’s most popular and respected shows. With Mad Men in 2008, AMC became the first primary cable network to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series.

    The Walking Dead, a series on the network, is the highest-rated cable show ever. Kevin Can F Himself, NOS4A2, Quiz, Soulmates, The Walking Dead, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, and the upcoming series 61st Street is AMC’s current original drama series.

    AMC explores authentic worlds and dialogues with unique shows like Talking Dead, AMC Visionaries, and Ride with Norman Reedus. AMC is like a national network and is available on all platforms, including television, the internet, on-demand, and mobile.

    The Legendary Winslow – Orange Comet and AMC – The Walking Dead NFT Collection on OpenSea

    The NFT drop.

    From Sunday, February 20 at 1:00 p.m. EST, there were many opportunities to purchase Walking Dead NFTs, which coincides with the return of new episodes.

    The Walker Access Pass NFT is the focus of the drop, which will be available for only 24 hours on OpenSea starting at 9:00 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET / GMT 17:00 on March 3 and will not be available again for at least a year. NFT “Walker Access Passes” will be available only for 24 hours and cost $311 each.

    Interested customers can receive these NFTs by pre-registering for the drop on Orange Comet’s website. They will also need to create an Eluvio digital media wallet in order to purchase The Walking Dead NFTs.

    There will also be an auction of four one-of-a-kind commemorative golden variant pieces of fan favorites MICHONNE, RICK, DARYL, and MAGGIE, in addition to the beautifully constructed The Walker Access Pass NFTs. The general public will be able to purchase these high-grade NFTs for 0.11 ETH. The auction will be held for only 48 hours.

    Details regarding the Walking Dead collection.

    Around 10,000 NFTs will be included in the collection, each costing $50. The initial release will consist of both old and new characters from The Walking Dead. In addition, 750 original animations will be available for $250 each.

    Following the initial release, fans will be able to purchase NFTs throughout the final season’s airing, which will lead to the development of a virtual community based on the show. It will serve as a marketplace for fans to buy, sell, and exchange NFTs.

    NFTs of characters from the other Walking Dead programs will eventually appear. So, if you’ve been expecting to see Victor Strand (Colman Domingo) or Madison (Kim Dickens) from Fear The Walking Dead, your wish may be granted.

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