The Infinite Machine tells the riveting true story of the creation of Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency and most active blockchain network, which is on its way to reshape the internet as we know it.
The Ethereum movie will leverage Ethereum technology, more specifically, non-fungible tokens, to help finance the film and transform its audience from passive expectators, into active participants.
40 emerging artists from developing nations where crypto is life-changing have come together to showcase their interpretation of the Ethereum logo for a collection of 10,499 unique NFTs, to be sold in the coming weeks.
NFT holders will be bound by the token, forming a community that is united by the belief in a more decentralized future powered by ETH. Token holders will get access to exclusive perks and further drops.
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“The Infinite Machine: How an Army of Crypto Hackers is Building the Next Internet with Ethereum,” written by Camila Russo and published by HarperCollins in 2020, has become the go-to reference for anyone wanting to understand the history of Ethereum, selling out twice on Amazon, where it has a 4.6 star rating with 300+ reviews.
Literary Hub describes The Infinite Machine as a “fast-paced, Michael Lewis-style history of crypto-currency,” Mike Novogratz called it “fascinating,” while Jesse Walden said “This real story reads like a colorful, cypherpunk sci-fi (...) It'll become a canonical text on the history of the space."
The Infinite Machine is being turned into a feature film by independent production company Versus Entertainment. The story behind Ethereum has all the elements needed for a blockbuster hit that will inspire the new generation.