The shooting of Hold on for Dear Life, the first television series focused on the world of cryptocurrencies, is about to begin. To finance the series, the producers launched a token called FDL on the Securitize platform. They will also offer NFTs of each episode.
HODL feature story in Variety today! Excited to work with a legend, Rob Weiss🔥🔥 https://t.co/7zhDtiCBCE
— Hold On for Dear Life (@watchHODL) August 26, 2021
According to information that Crypto-Auditor.com now has, producer Rob Weiss is working on a series called Hold On for Dear Life. The title refers to the currency HODL, born after a typo on a forum devoted to Bitcoin (BTC). Currency refers to users who hold their cryptocurrencies for the long term until a currency’s price explodes.
Rob Weiss is best known for producing several successful sitcoms for HBO including, Entourage, Ballers and How to Make it in America. Other producers behind the comedy series include Mark Pennell of Beacon Pictures, a company that produces films for Disney, Satoshi Nakamoto Productions, and the MAP group.
Composed of 10 episodes, the series features Mel, a young woman who decides to throw a token in tribute to her missing friend, Aveer. To carry out her project, she is accompanied by a team made up of an anarchist keen on cryptocurrencies, a Lamborghini lover and a purist of open source technologies. They will have to face the “centralized powers in a breathtaking and inspiring journey”.
According to a previous Deadline article, several big names in the cryptocurrency industry will be making brief appearances in the series. This is the case of famous investors Tim Draper and Jeremy Gardner.