The crypto fee platform MoonPay has helped its companion Common Studios create an NFT-based scavenger hunt at its Common Theme Parks.
MoonPay will use its utility minting service Hypermint to create as much as 7 million NFTs, which might be claimed at a Common Theme Park in Orlando, Florida or Hollywood, California as a part of the “Halloween Horror Nights” NFT scavenger hunt.
“We’re actually enthusiastic about this as a result of it is a actual world use case that we have been making an attempt to exhibit with folks,” MoonPay CEO Ivan Soto-Wright advised The Block. “We’re going past simply the profile image identification motion with NFTs to precise actual world utility.”
Park visitors gained’t require superior crypto information — and even understanding find out how to arrange a crypto pockets — to say these NFTs. “It is simply mainly a declare web page the place you set in your electronic mail deal with, and increase, what we do within the background is we mint that NFT, we spin up a pockets for that specific particular person after which they’re capable of declare it once they’re prepared,” Soto-Wright stated.
Seven forms of NFTs might be present in each the Orlando and Hollywood Common Parks. Those that gather all seven NFTs obtain a “gold medal NFT,” which is “ultimately going to do one thing” Soto-Wright stated, with out sharing further particulars.
MoonPay initially launched Hypermint in June of this 12 months as a service that lets manufacturers mint as much as 100 million digital belongings directly. Within the case of the Halloween Horror Nights scavenger hunt, these NFTs shall be used as proof of attendance protocols or POAPs, or digital tokens that show somebody attended an occasion akin to The Ethereum Merge.
Common Photos, the U.S. movie studio behind Common Theme Parks, was one in every of Hypermint’s launch companions, The Block beforehand reported.