Quentin Tarantino is not backing down from his plan to auction “Pulp Fiction” NFTs. The director announced the official auction dates today, despite being sued by Miramax for alleged copyright infringement. In fact, the team behind the Tarantino auction appears to be using the controversy to draw more attention to the project.
Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, have been booming over the past year.
People are willing to pay millions of dollars in return for the rights to unique digital assets as well as any perks that come with them.
These NFTs are not without copyright issues. For example, some artists have found their works being sold as NFTs without their permission. There are also more complex copyright angles too, as Quentin Tarantino discovered a few weeks ago.
Miramax Sued Tarantino
The award-winning moviemaker was sued by Miramax after he announced the auction of several exclusive “Pulp Fiction” NFTs. While Tarantino wrote and directed the film,…