Netflix show Love, Death + Robots unveils NFT scavenger hunt for US viewers

Quick Take

  • A Netflix animated series called Love, Death + Robots revealed QR codes that let watchers mint NFTs.
  • The feature is only available in the US, to users with OpenSea accounts with a MetaMask or Coinbase wallet. 

Love, Death + Robots, an animated Netflix show, has just found a new way to interact with its audience through non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

There are nine QR codes embedded both across the show's social media accounts as well as the show's episodes. Watchers can use their phones to scan the QR code for access to an NFT which will appear on their OpenSea accounts. 

The feature is only available to US users through a MetaMask wallet or Coinbase account. Users will have to pay the gas fees to mint the NFTs they get from scanning the QR code. 

According to the show's OpenSea account, the NFT floor price currently sits at around 0.003 ETH or $6 USD. Since the show's release on Netflix, there has been $36,000 USD in trading volume with just under 27,000 unique NFT owners. 

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