A documentary movie “Ethereum: The Infinite Garden” will be released.
Crowdfunding site Mirror managed the process. Initially, it was planned to raise 750 Ethers. The results surpassed expectations. When the fundraising was over on July 16, the capital surpassed 1035. There were 662 contributors.
holy crap: 1035.96 ETH! this timeline is next level congrats to all 😭💖 pic.twitter.com/kupKXiuEI1— pplpleasr (@pplpleasr1) July 16, 2021
The top 3 donors were awarded unique NFTs built by the digital artist from New York Pplpleasr. There are also other rewards for the next 17 major contributors. Particularly, their names will be mentioned in the “Infinite Thanks” section in the film's credits. Also, they will receive an "Infinite Thanks" NFT.
All donors will have access to the film’s private Discord chat. The movie will involve different interviews held with the ecosystem’s developers, among them Vitalik Buterin and senior operating officer Aya Miyaguchi.
The film maker Optimist stands behind the initiative.
The co-directors said they had some crypto knowledge, but during the filming process, they became true fans of the Ethereum ecosystem. Ethereum was launched about 6 years ago, on July 30, 2015. The platform with the introduction of smart contracts was a big technological revolution.