CoinMarketCap Launches Reality Show “Killer Whale” to Educate and Entertain Global Audience About Web3 and Cryptocurrencies

CoinMarketCap and Hello Labs Partner to Create "Killer Whale," a Reality Show Inspired by Shark Tank, Featuring Entrepreneurs in the Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Sector

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Bitcoin (BTC) and cryptocurrency price tracking site CoinMarketCap launched a reality show-like entertainment program inspired by the famous TV series Shark Tank.

Called “Killer Whale,” the show comes after a partnership between CoinMarketCap and entertainment company Web3, called Hello Labs. With this series, they plan to “entertain and educate a global audience about the complexities and evolving technology of the Web3 world.”

This company, founded by MTV VMA Awards producer Paul Caslin, is focused on creating series, games, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and other products that relate to cryptocurrencies.

The Killer Whale TV Show, which will begin airing next June, will feature entrepreneurs in the bitcoin (BTC) and cryptocurrency sector. They will present their projects to a series of judges. The jury will be composed of other entrepreneurs, influencers, as well as founders of companies in the Web3 industry. In addition, the program’s audience will also be able to participate through a vote.

According to CoinMarketCap, with their program they seek to create a “fun and exciting opportunity” to bring the entrepreneurial energy of the Web3 space “into homes around the world.”

So said the price tracking company’s chief marketing officer, Jonathan Isaac, reviews CoinDesk.

Those interested in participating in the reality show can submit their projects starting May 2.

According to CoinMarketCap, those interested in participating in the reality show can submit their projects to Hello Labs for consideration starting May 2.

Proposals can be submitted from anywhere in the world and is not limited to the United States.

After completing a series of forms and other documentation, those selected will be called to participate in the program, which will be filmed in Los Angeles, California.

In the words of Hello Labs CEO Sander Gortjes, the goal of the program is to “open the door to the next billion users” of Web3, “entertaining and educating them about all things cryptocurrency.”

Killer Whale is not the first TV show created and inspired by Web3. In 2018, South Korea had produced the series “Block Battle: Who will be the new Satoshi?“, broadcast via Asia Economy TV.

Also in Asia, this time in Japan, it was reported that same year that “BitGirls,” the first Japanese TV show inspired by and based on cryptocurrencies, was being developed, as reviewed by this media outlet at the time.


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