CryptTV Partners With Goblintown for Low-Edition, Free-to-Mint NFT Collection

CryptTV Partners With Goblintown for Low-Edition, Free-to-Mint NFT Collection
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CryptTV, an American entertainment company focused on horror-theme digital content, is partnering with Goblintown to giveaway 25 allowlist spots for its upcoming limited-edition, 666-piece, free-to-mint NFT collection called Scamp.

Goblintown holders can enter to win here.

This upcoming collection is CryptTV's Genesis drop, and will provide holders access to well-developed IP in the future.

Founded by Jack Davis and Eli Roth in 2015, CryptTV is backed by Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions, one of the most popular horror-themed production companies in the world. The company is most known for its viral horror characters Birch and Look-See and has shows on every major streaming platform (Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime).

Davis will donate the company's IP to a community-driven DAO, grow its value through web3 initiatives, and intends to pivot the company's operations to the blockchain and NFTs, according to Premint's description.

Jack Davis is part of Forbes 30-under-30 club. Eli Roth has produced, directed, or otherwise worked on popular movies like Hostel, Inglourious Basterds, and Cabin Fever. And Jason Blum and Blumhouse Productions are creating or have created some of the most iconic horror movies over the last few years, including The Purge, Insidious, Halloween, Paranormal Activity, The Black Phone, and the new The Exorcist.

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