Quentin Tarantino to auction six uncut scripts for Pulp Fiction as NFTs
November 2, 2021, 9:00AM EDT
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Film director Quentin Tarantino is putting six uncut and never-before-seen scenes from cult classic Pulp Fiction up for auction.
The scenes are being sold as NFTs on the OpenSea marketplace.
Visually, the NFTs take the form of iconic moments from the Pulp Fiction movie. But they also contain secret content, including uncut first draft scripts of Pulp Fiction — along with custom commentary from Tarantino.
These NFTs will be made using Secret Network and put live on the Ethereum blockchain. Secret Network enables the NFTs to both have public and private data. As a result, only the token holder is able to access the private data at any point in time.
Tarantino also plans to sell a seventh NFT in the near future at a formal auction house (such sales typically take place at Christie’s or Sotheby’s).
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