Paul Wight To Star And Produce In New NFT-Based Sci-Fi Series 'GenZeroes'

Paul Wight, formerly The Big Show in WWE, is the latest wrestler to try to take advantage of cryptocurrency technology and the blockchain.

Deadline announced today that Paul Wight would be joining the new Sci-Fi television program based on NFT technology, GenZeroes.

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“Wight, who is also joining as a producer for the series, will play the role of Thatch, described to us as “a warriors warrior and a natural leader when it comes to combat,’” Deadline reported.

In order to watch the show, those who wish to view it will need to purchase an NFT via the House of Kibaa website. The GenZeroes Universe includes a live-action series, comics, and collectibles. Each level of NFT ownership will endow different benefits with the top-level allowing fractional ownership of the series.

The series also promises an upcoming mobile game.

From House of Kibba:

We have kept this milestone close to our chest as we have been negotiating a key partnership with a first-class game studio. Although we can’t share too many details yet - we can share that the game will be available on iOS, Android, and Web browsers. The game will leverage the GenX energy levels, weapons, body parts, and unique character abilities.

You can learn more by visiting the official website.

Ric Flair is also getting into the blockchain via and already available NFT game, 'Blockchain Brawlers'. Learn more here.

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