Dolphin Entertainment Partners with The Flower Girls NFT to Produce TV Shows, Games, Music & More
Dolphin Entertainment has teamed up with the The Flower Girls NFT collection to create scripted and unscripted television programs, books, games, music, events, and merchandise based on the collection.
Dolphin, an entertainment marketing and premium content production company, has created successful Nickelodeon shows like "Zoey 101" and "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide," as well as the 2013 Justin Bieber feature "Believe."
Now Dolphin Entertainment partnered with The Flower Girls NFT collection, designed by female artist Varvara Alay, each NFT signifies ownership over a renaissance-style portrait of a young woman. Therefore, and with this collaboration both projects aim to release a series of TV shows, books, games, music, and more.
“Dolphins’ [sic] storied history of working with children and their ongoing support of children’s charities across the globe align flawlessly with our mission,” said Varvara Alay.
On the NFT marketplace OpenSea, the Flower Girls project currently has a floor price of 0.56 Ethereum ($1,484). In secondary sales, the collection of 10,000 NFTs generated 4,000 ETH, which was worth roughly $10.6 million at the time of publication.
Flower Girls is contributing 20% of its sales to children's organizations, with over $400,000 already contributed. A further 5% of profits from the collection will be donated to assist NFT collections created or designed by children.
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