The international entertainment firm United Talent Agency (UTA) has signed on DeadFellaz, a non-fungible token (NFT) project composed of 10,000 green-skinned zombies, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
DeadFellaz was launched in August of 2021 and has a floor price of 1.87 ETH (about $5,802) on OpenSea, the world’s largest NFT market by trade volume. There are over 6,000 DeadFellaz holders with more than 26,000 ETH in volumes traded for the project.
UTA, which manages famous figures such as musicians like Halsey and speakers like Malala Yousafzai, will help DeadFellaz broaden opportunities in gaming and merchandise, among other areas, according to The Hollywood Reporter’s report.
DeadFellaz is not the first NFT-oriented project UTA has signed. In August 2021, UTA signed Larva Labs, creator of the popular NFT project CryptoPunks, for media representation, The Block previously reported. However, Larva Labs has since sold the intellectual property to CryptoPunks and its other popular NFT project Meebits to Yuga Labs, creator of Bored Ape Yacht Club.