Blockchain Company Inks Pact With Depp

Hollywood actor Johnny Depp has formed a partnership with the blockchain and recent ICO company TaTaTu to develop content to be shown on the TaTaTu platform.


TTT raised $575 million in its Initial Coin Offering (with a maximum token value set at $1 billion) and issued ethereum-based tokens that trade on the cryptocurrency exchange Liquid.

People who sign up get 50 free TTT tokens and then receive more when they or their friends view shows on the platform.

The TTT concept is that “viewers of the content distributed through the service will share in the ad-revenue earned by the service, as will creators who provide their work.” (No endorsement implied).

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