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  • With redeemable NFT trade cards, Warner Brothers join the NFT realm.
  • A collaboration with Cartamundi, a Belgian business, was also revealed, with the trading cards featuring an NFT component.
  • Starting this month, hybrid cards will be available.
Following the footsteps of major corporations such as Red Bull, Victoria’s Secret, Walmart, and others, Warner Brothers, a well-known film production firm, has announced its entry into the NFT sector. After significant corporations entered the web3 realm, the big news came no surprise.

Warner Brothers Consumer Products will release hybrid physical and NFT trading cards with Cartamundi. As a result, various users and fans will be able to possess these cards in various forms.

The cost of the hybrid cards will range from $5 to $120. Users may receive these cards using an app called HRO, which also gives them access to the NFTs on the actual cards. The Ethereum-based layer two (L2) protocol Immutable X will create the redeemable DC comic NFT cards.

Warner Bros. also plans to release a set of limited-edition cards featuring artwork and characters from Robert Pattinson’s latest DC Comics picture, “The Batman.”

During the announcement, Pam Lifford, President of WarnerMedia’s Global Brands and Experiences department, said:

Trading cards have been a favorite of fans for decades. Combining that enthusiasm for collecting with a custom NFT is just brilliant, and this program brings the DC brand to fans in a way that’s never been done before,

She noted that this platform would provide fans a whole new way to connect with their favorite characters from throughout the DC cosmos, as well as give them more opportunities to communicate with other collectors.

With common and unusual varieties available, six million actual cards containing redeemable NFTs will be released.

A relationship between Warner Music Group (WMG) and Splinterlands was announced earlier this year to develop play-to-earn games. Players will receive NFTs as part of their incentives in the P2E games. “Anything they acquire in-game” may then be “traded, sold, or leased” by players.

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