Netflix To Launch Stranger Things NFT Collection

Netflix To Launch Stranger Things NFT Collection

Netflix To Launch Stranger Things NFT Collection
Netflix To Launch Stranger Things NFT Collection
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Netflix has teamed up with Candy Digital to produce a series of NFT collectibles for its hit show Stranger Things.

The collection is being called “The Upside Down Series” and is expected to feature seventeen limited-edition “posters,” which will be sold via Mystery Box (meaning you won’t know which character poster you’ve purchased until you open the Mystery Box) for $11 each. The “Hell Fire Club Bundle,” which includes all 17 character posters, is expected to cost $275.

In the first release, which drops July 14, 2022, at 2 pm ET, 11,111 tokens will be available for sale, featuring fan favorites like Eleven, Dustin, and Max. Eleven will have the most limited edition run of all the characters, with only 223 total NFTs available.

According to Candy Digital, any remaining Mystery Boxes left after the purchase window expires will be vaulted and never sold again.
This could ultimately cause poster counts and probabilities/rarities to change.

“Our collaboration with Netflix showcases Candy Digital’s commitment to expanding and deepening the ways that fans interact with the content, characters, and stories they are passionate about,” said CEO of Candy Digital Scott Lawin.

In addition to this first collection, additional Stranger Things Season Four collectibles are expected to be released later this summer and in November 2022 for Stranger Things Day.

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