ViacomCBS has partnered with RECUR to launch NFTs across its portfolio of consumer brands.
ViacomCBS is the parent company of Nickelodeon, MTV, CBS, BET, Comedy Central, Paramount Pictures, and Showtime Networks Inc.
Nickelodeon already has a Twitter page on NFTs.
The NFTs will be launched in the spring of 2022, focusing on building communities around shows and films across ViacomCBS’ brands.
The media company of ViacomCBS Inc. has announced a strategic partnership with the Non-fungible token company of RECUR, to create NFTs focusing on the company’s ‘iconic IP and cherished franchises that transcend generations.’ ViacomCBS is the parent company of Nickelodeon, MTV, CBS, BET, Comedy Central, Paramount Pictures, and Showtime Networks Inc.
The NFTs will be launched in the Spring of 2022 and will focus on building communities around shows and films across ViacomCBS’s brands. The NFTs will further ‘encourage peer-to-peer engagement and facilitate innovative ways for users to unlock new experiences.’
Pam Kaufman, President of ViacomCBS Consumer Products, explained that the NFTs will provide fans a chance to be part of the broader experience of popular shows and films spanning multiple generations. He said:
Fueled by beloved characters and iconic properties with multi-generational appeal, we are thrilled to accelerate our consumer products presence even further into the growing metavers.
In teaming up with RECUR to create an NFT platform dedicated to ViacomCBS IP, voracious collectors and first-time NFT buyers alike will find unique opportunities to own a piece of their favorite franchises
The NFT project will take a chain-agnostic approach and will also accept payments through credit and debit cards, rather than just cryptocurrencies.
Nickelodeon has an NFT Page on Twitter
No further details of the NFT collections by ViacomCBS have been provided.
However, Nickelodeon already has a Twitter NFT page that has already started providing hints on the possible direction non-fungible token collections will take.
One such tweet, which can be found below, talks about the 90s calling and wanting your attention back. The tweet also includes a short video of an old TV/VHS combo set displaying cartoons from the 90s.