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Crypto Documentary Series To Air On Cable Television In The US

Open Source Money,” a crypto documentary series, will air on cable television in the United States.

On May 29, it has been reported that Discovery Science will air the documentary series about Disney-incubated blockchain company Dragonchain on July 4, as the “Open Source Money” series was jointly produced by media and technology firm Vision Tree and financed with over $1 million in cryptocurrency.

#DRGN #BTC #ETH #ETC Independence day in America will feature on Discovery Science Channel “the untold, heroic story of Dragonchain” and more widely the still ongoing battle be…Read more: — webnow (@webnowcompany) May 29, 2020

However, Vision Tree is also behind the upcoming motion picture “Atari: Fistful of Quarters,” which was tokenized by tZERO, the cryptocurrency wing of American retail giant Overstock.

According to the report, this movie saw the participation of Appian Way, the production company of the Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio.

It has been analyzed that the documentary tells the story of US-based blockchain technology firm Dragonchain, which launched in 2017. Each episode focuses on the role played in the blockchain space by people like Patrick Byrne, Brock Pierce, Joe Roets, and companies such as Disney, Facebook, and more.

A documentary about crypto and funded by crypto will air on Discovery Science Channel — Cointelegraph (@Cointelegraph) May 29, 2020

J.D. Seraphine, the founder of Vision Tree, commented:

“We believe that bringing the Open Source Money documentary series to Discovery Science Channel is significant because it’s the first crypto-funded project to launch on a worldwide cable network, and also because we’re launching with a channel dedicated to innovative breaking news in the worlds of science and technology. Discovery Science’s tech curious audience is the perfect fit for our series, and we’re looking forward to how audiences respond.”

Thus, the public awareness of cryptocurrencies and blockchain has come a long way in the film industry.

Source: Cointelegraph | Image: Pixabay



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