The Simpsons Meshes NFTs into the Show Once more

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Source: Matt Selman

The notorious show The Simpsons most recent yearly Halloween extraordinary "Treehouse of Repulsiveness" returned the universe of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), energetically studying the computerized pattern that has turned into a social peculiarity.

In the episode, Marge sets out on a mission through the blockchain to save Bart, presently transformed into a residing NFT by Homer. The main part of the episode, named "Wild Barts Can't Be Token," makes a few references to the NFTs and the advertised and overrated market.

The show likewise displayed unmistakable NFTs, for example, Beeple's manifestations and the Exhausted Primate Yacht Club, standing out them from less perceived picture for verification assortments (PFPs), demonstrating the fluctuating worth and hypothesis inside the NFT market.

"Recollect how we were continuously saying we wish Bart was less fungible," Homer expresses so to Marge, showing Bart's NFT worth of $1.5 million.

The Simpsons' Excursion with Crypto and NFTs 

The Simpsons' 2020 episode "Frinkcoin" highlighting Jim Parsons previously presented the cryptographic money and blockchain ideas to its crowds. In the episode, a disseminated record enters the scene, singing that: "Every day I'm nearer, to being the money representing things to come. Not in your wallet, I'm in your PC!"

In October 2022, the episode "The Lord of Pleasant" likewise made a reference to NFT, with Krusty being compelled to take gigs he would rather not on the grounds that he lost all his cash in "NFTs" (for this situation, Non-Entertaining Network programs).

SIMPSON Meme Coin Price / Source: CoinMarketCap

Homer Simpson image coin (SIMPSON) was up 30,000% in no less than 24 hours sooner in July. The cost has kept on expanding consistently.

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