Kino is redefining what it means to be a film fan and empowering artists like never before.
Access, own, and take part in the movies of tomorrow from script to screen. For the first time, fans can experience the filmmaking process alongside the cast and crew, collect rare pieces of film and television history, and invest in film and television projects alongside producers, cast, and the crew.
On Kino’s platform, you will be able to get:
- Exclusive access to updates from set (i.e. behind the scenes sneak peeks)
- Digital and physical collectibles– concept art, props (e.g. the Ruby Slippers from The Wizard of Oz), etc.
- Exclusive in-person experiences (i.e. an epic wrap party, access to a private red-carpet screening, or an AMA with the cast and crew)
By using Paper, fans can now purchase the Kino ‘Founding Membership’, by selecting “Pay with Credit Card” upon checkout. Simply provide your credit card, and billing information, and you will be all set.
“Our goal as a company is to utilize web3 technology, but make it simple and accessible for everyone, and Paper allows us to do exactly that.” - Daril Fannin, Co-Founder of Kino
Kino is a film finance tech company that redefines how movies are made. Invest, access, own, and take part in the movies of tomorrow from script to screen. For the first time, on or off-camera, whether you’re in the industry or not, you’ll be a part of making movie magic. For more information, visit https://www.kinoapp.xyz/ or follow Kino on Twitter and Instagram.
Paper is an end-to-end checkout solution that provides both the back-end payments infrastructure and the front-end UX for anyone looking to sell NFTs. The San Francisco-based startup was founded in 2022 with a mission to make NFTs more accessible and useful for everyone. Along with credit card and cross-chain crypto on-ramps, the company also offers non-custodial wallet creation and fraud detection. To date, over 1500 projects, brands, marketplaces, launchpads, and creators launch user-friendly NFT checkouts. For more information, visit https://withpaper.com/, read the Paper blog, or follow Paper on Twitter.