Times Studio blends cartoons and the crypto world for kids

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 Times Studio blends cartoons and the crypto world for kids
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Highlights

  • The cartoon universe is now preparing to embrace a modern outlook by employing non-fungible tokens.
  • Times Studio will produce a new children's television show based on the NFT collection "Robotos."
  • Pablo Stanley is the creator of Robotos. It's a collection of NFTs with over 170 characters and 10,000 droids.

Who doesn't like Mickey Mouse, Elsa, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, The Simpsons, Tom and Jerry? When it comes to the kids, they are completely enamoured with it.

This Christmas, "Santa" Pablo Stanley will gift Robotos cartoons to children. This new show will tell children innocent stories.

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What's all the fuss about Robotos these days?

The cartoon world is as pure as any child's heart. However, this cartoon universe is now preparing to embrace a modern outlook by employing non-fungible tokens. Yes, the crypto wave has made its way into the innocent world of the children.

The Times Studio came up with the notion of combining the cartoon and crypto worlds. This time, the cartoon series will have a different flavour for the kids.

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Times Studio will produce a new children's television show based on the NFT collection "Robotos." Pablo Stanley is the creator of Robotos. It's a collection of NFTs with over 170 characters and 10,000 droids. Cryptocurrency is used to purchase NFTs, which are digital collectibles.

Pablo Stanley expressed his desire to bring characters to life and build a universe around them. He believes that the NFT space has impacted the lives of artists on behalf of a larger artist community. 

As per the official website of Robotos,

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Outlook

Previously, artifacts inspired by music, television, and cinema content were transformed into NFTs; however, the crypto wave has now infiltrated the realm of cartoons.

Children are always curious about new experiences. Times Studio's concept seems to revolutionise the cartoon industry.

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