The development team at Larva Labs, developer of the popular CryptoPunks, has partnered with United Talent Agency (UTA), whose clients include Johnny Depp, Wes Anderson and Susan Sarandon, The Hollywood Reporter has reported.
Notably, the talent agency not only works with actors and directors, but also musicians, comedians and digital artists who are “shaping the world of content and changing the face of entertainment.”
As part of the agreement, the creators of various types of media, including film, television and computer games, can use images from projects developed by the CryptoPunks team.
Matt Hall, co-founder of Larva Labs, said:
“We are excited to work with UTA for the benefit of the entire community connected to our projects. Not only for the exciting opportunities to bring them wider exposure, but to help protect their growth and value for the long term.”
The interest around CryptoPunks is one of the reasons why the trading volume of the NFTs marketplace OpenSea recently reached $3 billion.