Hey Goldy, thanks for your feedback!
I wanted to clarify some things, for our Twitter series it’s an original story that is completely held up by our own storyline/IP and not propped up with a bunch of other NFT projects. As for the projects that were featured which was only 3, they were tastefully done and fit into our storyline as it’s metaverse themed.
Quick recap of our Twitter series: A Web3 developer named Marcus is trying to find his way into the metaverse, until one day a drifter alerts him that he’s already in the metaverse, and must find a way out before agents trap him in the dreamworld forever.
The reason why we chose to feature certain projects was to highlight NFTs as a whole to a much larger audience outside of Web3. Coming from a Hollywood background and understanding audience engagement habits, the narrative that we’re tackling is how do we on-board new users from web2 into the Nouns community in the most efficient manner? The answer is very simple, it’s done through short form cinematic content. Most new users are unwilling to buy ETH, create a metamask, mint an NFT, especially with the current state of the market. But if you showed a Web2 audience, Nouns NFT art that is tastefully incorporated into movies/TV shows that catches their attention, there is a much higher chance they will be more open to exploring the Nouns community.
I see that you’ve been in the community for quite some time now, if you’re up for it, I would love to discuss with you on how we can make this proposal even better? We are also thinking of adding in a Nouns trailer at the end of EP.3 to showcase all the awesome accomplishments this community has achieved so far.
Appreciate your time! Thanks again!