The Portal NFT

Set To Make Millions



Given our current world is rapidly shifting to digital, an increasing number of individuals are embracing this new reality and spending their time and energy in it. The rapid development of technology allows opportunities to create a unique product that will meet all the needs of the target audience. The synergy of modern design and functionality allows presenting products of any complexity at a whole new level. As a result of the challenges of ownership and copyright, NFTs have been established as the global solution to the problem.

Vuco World, in aim of providing innovations, offers spectacular business models and solutions in the fields of NFT and video series productions.

Through Vuco NFTs, we are currently proud to launch our new wave of movie production in the Meta world by developing our first-rate video series “The Portal.”

Pioneering Innovations

VucoWorld produced a made-for-TV show called “The Portal” that included 1 teaser and 1 episode. After making the 1st episode, the show was slated to produce 52 episodes with directors, cast, scripts, crew, extras, locations, and a top team.

Then COVID-19 came and the production of “The Portal” closed down its production as the world began to hide to stay alive.

Despite the global pandemic, we could see people liked our first episode, so we wanted to get the team back together again. However, in just 2 short years, the way people consume video content is all different. Moreover, the stars of the past will no longer be the stars of the future.

Today, VucoWorld ( has relaunched The Portal. However, the portal will now be a cartoon created with a whole new breed of cartoon stars and characters using NFTs.

The Portal TV series will now be an animated cartoon series, producing 52 episodes of a modern thriller series about fallen angels and a new frontier of life, where power, resentment, and anger reign. The timing of one series is 20-30 minutes. Each episode of the mini-series has its own interesting culmination. In the first series of “The Portal”, the producer Malcom sells his soul and also exchanges it for money and fame.

Every girl once dreamed of becoming a star — a singer, actress, or the face of a famous brand. Childhood is long gone, but dreams remain dreams. But why not bring them to life? It is known that even great talent requires a lot of hard work. At the same time, a person can only learn about their abilities by trying to use them. And it is a movie production studio run by Malcom that has become a great influence for some people to come to the realization of their talents and unique skills.

The estimates on the cost of content typically will range for a TV production budget for high-end cable and streaming dramas will cost between $5 million-$7 million an hour, while single-camera half hours on broadcast and cable run from $1.5 million to more than $3 million.

The Portal 2D and 3D animated series will cost between $50,000 and $100,000 and up per minute. At these prices, we will receive broadcast quality production values, hitting a grand slam. With the Portal Cartoon, we will hold nothing back, with Vuco Studios Dubai providing full animation services, green screen, voice over, art, concept development, and scripting for all the 2D and 3D animation, including advanced lighting effects and more.

VucoWorld has allocated for this first cartoon only 300 units to be sold. Today, each unit can be purchased for ETH 3.271, or $5,294.15.

A person can purchase one of the 300 NFTs or more as long as there are NFTs available for this NFT cartoon. Still, to be clear, only 300 NFTs will ever be minted for this first cartoon episode.

The partners in the group who buy the NFT own a part of the combined income that is received from the first Portal cartoon. The 300 units own 40% of all the income coming from the first episode. The other 60% will remain owned by Vuco World shareholders.

The Platform

The rise of the content creator has been well documented over the past 15 years, but the economy that has come with it is reaching levels never seen before and growing exponentially. The creator economy is estimated to be worth more than $100 billion, and more than 50 million people worldwide consider themselves creators, but the vast majority are amateurs.

There are about 2 million professional content creators, and nearly half of them earn their living on YouTube. Instagram places second with about 500,000 pro-creators, and Twitch’s live streaming service has about 300,000. For the 48 million amateur creators, Instagram is the number one option.

One of the most well-known ways to earn a living is by creating video content people want to watch, and YouTube’s Partner Program was one of the pioneers in this space. It was built in 2007, and if a creator meets the criteria to join, they can put ads on their videos. YouTube takes 55% of the advertising revenue, and creators keep the remaining 45%.

Meta, the Facebook and Instagram parent company, is playing catch up in this space. It just recently announced a similar deal for creators. It will also allow creators to keep 55% of advertising revenues while the company takes 45%. It focuses on the Instagram Reels feature, which can also be shared on Facebook.

To receive earnings from YouTube, creators have to link an active Google AdSense account to their YouTube channel. This is one of the basic prerequisites to getting into the YPP. Primarily, there are two ways to set up an AdSense account for YouTube. Content creators can either use a pre-existing AdSense account or simply create a new one.

YPP (YouTube partner program) essentially gets YouTube and its content creators to form part of a revenue-sharing model, which benefits both parties. When a creator enables ads on their videos and viewers engage with those ads, the revenue is split between YouTube and the creator. Content creators get to pocket 55% of the earnings, while YouTube claims the remaining 45% for itself and the use of its platform.

NFT The Portal Set to Make Millions

How many views does it take to go viral?

While there is no precise number when it comes to viral content, as a general rule, around 250,000 views will take The Portal content into the realms of mildly viral.

With over 2 billion monthly users, it is the ideal platform for the VucoWorld NFT cartoon, business, and market.

VucoWorld will also be distributed on Vimeo OTT?

Vimeo OTT is a streaming service platform that will showcase The Portal Cartoon, which will be an ad-supported channel, using all the tools and tech of VucoWorlds Patents. Currently, Vimeo will support apps on iOS, Android, Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Android TV, Tizen TV, and Universal Windows Platform (Xbox).

DTube is the game changer for VucoWorld Utility Tokens!

DTube is a decentralized video service that exists on a blockchain rather than a central server. The Portal Cartoon can use their service knowing that VucoWorlds’ data is safe. Furthermore, video content cannot be censored by anyone outside of the DTube community.

On the DTube outlet, our money will accumulate through cryptocurrency rather than relying on advertisements, and there is no hidden algorithm, opting instead for direct user feedback to rank videos

DTube is a decentralized platform.

First of all, DTube has no central servers. All of the content is stored on a blockchain. By nature, a blockchain’s data is verified by all of its members.

DTube Is Part of the Blockchain Revolution

Blockchain technology is changing our media, and sites like DTube are pioneering new ways of sharing both creative content and wealth. DTube is just a small part of a larger movement, and the whole blockchain revolution shows little sign of stopping.

VucoWorld will also include services like Dailymotion, Twitch, Vevo, Odyssey, Wistia, Brightcove, Instagram Video, and VidLii, which will offer us a range of options for people viewing our content.

We will also include many other video sites such as, Utreon, The Internet Archive, Crackle, The Open Video Project, 9GAG TV, Facebook Watch, and Ted Talks.

Fortunately, our cartoon will be on Amazon Video Direct (APS), which offers animators a new way to make money from online video. AVD makes video content available for free to all Amazon Prime members, who pay creators based on the amount of time the content is streamed. Over 200 million people globally have an Amazon Prime subscription. Amazon Prime Video has more than 175 million users. Young adults and children are the most prominent users of Amazon Prime. There are over 157.4 million Amazon Prime users in the United States alone.

The Portal Cartoon will also be in an all-out blitzkrieg using social media sites globally, such as WhatsApp, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, Reddit, and Pinterest. We will also be using social networks like Signal, Keybase, Telegram, Mastodon, Snapchat, Steemit, Minds, and Element.

VucoWorld will be seen everywhere as we use the new social media apps and platforms for marketing The Portal cartoon in 2022, like Clubhouse, Twitter Spaces, Instagram Reels, Spotify Greenroom/Spotify Live, Discord, Patreon, Substack, Public, Polywork, Yubo, Triller, and BeReal

Today, VucoWorlds “mergers and acquisitions” teams are in contact and contacting many other companies for distribution deals for The Portal cartoon, such as: Bandai Visual, Cake Entertainment, Cartoon Network Productions, Classic Media, Crunchyroll, Funimation Entertainment, GKIDS, Harmony Gold USA, HIT Entertainment, Nest Family Entertainment, Nihon Ad Systems, PorchLight Entertainment, Scholastic Entertainment, Section23 Films, Taffy Entertainment, Viz Media, Warner Bros Family Entertainment, and World Events Productions.

VucoWorld will also launch. “The Portal Cartoon Channel” on Roku. Every two weeks, another NFT Cartoon will be added to the channel, bringing millions of people to watch the ad-supported cartoon on its own channel. Muvi will be building VucoWorlds’ completely customized, beautifully crafted Roku channel app along with the monetization option of our choice, which will be added support. VucoWorlds Native Roku Streaming Channel is being built from scratch, absolutely native, considering all of our customization needs for children who want to see cartoons.

Roku is described as providing the simplest way to stream entertainment to your TV. On your terms. It has thousands of available channels to choose from and is a video streaming app in the video & movies category. There are more than 50 alternatives to Roku for a variety of platforms, including online/web-based, Windows, Linux, Mac, and Android. The best alternative is Kodi, which is both free and open source. Other great apps like Roku are Stremio, JustWatch, Universal Media Server, and Pluto TV. Roku alternatives are mainly video streaming apps but may also be Torrent Streaming Services or Movie Streaming Services.

VucoWorld will also be pushing these cartoons on VucoWorld TV, Android TV, Fire TV, and Apple TV, Chromecast with Google TV, Nvidia , and the VucoWorld Metaverse in multiplexes as we initiate a full sweep of marketing and advertising while exploding The Portal Cartoon globally with a whole new breed of NFT cartoon stars being seen and heard.

We believe The Portals 52 episodic cartoon project series will earn us 5 to 10 million dollars per episode. This year, Amazon and Netflix will spend nearly $7 billion on animated original content.

Amazon recently ordered Undone, a new animated series from the creator of BoJack Horseman (Netflix).

Apple ordered an animated comedy from Loren Bouchard, who will co-write it with Bob’s Burgers‘ executive producer Nora Smith and actor-writer Josh Gad (Frozen).

Anything animated with Josh Gad involved will be worth watching. He was brilliant as the voice of Olaf in Disney’s Frozen.

Facebook ordered two shows in its first round of original programming on Facebook Watch, with Human Kind Of and Liver Spots and Astronauts.

However, no company in the world except VucoWorld has yet to or is creating a 52- episodic cartoon using NFT characters as the stars. Any start-up can offer a streaming service; the real value will be in the ownership of the best content, which the new Portal series will bring. 

Streaming companies, led by Netflix and Amazon, are rapidly increasing their spending on animation content. According to estimates from January 2022, Netflix will spend nearly $5 billion and Amazon Prime Video will spend $1.86 billion. Animated programs, in some cases, are the reason families pay for subscriptions, said Michael Hirsh, CEO of Toronto-based animation business Wow Unlimited Media, which owns the studio that produces “Castellania” for Netflix.

Animation is one of those rare areas of content in the entertainment industry that hasn’t been shut down during the pandemic. On the contrary, animation has become even more widespread, interesting, and popular.

For the first time, NFTs are providing proof of ownership over digital assets through the use of blockchain. Each NFT contract contains a token ID number and, following this, an address that belongs to the owner.

NFTs are stored on a blockchain; they have clearly defined owners; and they point to metadata files, which link to the creations themselves.

Essentially, you have the ability to purchase ownership of a digital asset and transfer it to others without the influence of centralized platforms or third parties. It’s this true ownership that forms the crucial differentiating factor for NFTs over existing forms of digital content and enables them to accrue value.

Just as with community, our identity is inherently important to our everyday life; how we present ourselves to the world is intertwined with status, whether it’s wearing an expensive watch, a band T-shirt, or a mustache.

Similarly, we use NFTs to tell the digital world something about ourselves. Many collectors have begun to use NFTs as their digital identity; a Bored Ape or CryptoPunk becomes intertwined with how the owner sees themselves and represents themselves to others. It’s also an effective networking tool, verifying the holder as part of the NFT’s community. Twitter has lent weight to this view of NFTs, enabling users to use verified NFTs as their profile picture.

For the first time, digital artwork can be linked with scarcity; that limited supply can add to the value of an NFT. Collectors find beauty in the number or size of a collection; for instance, 1/1s are seemingly more valuable than an NFT from a collection of 10,000, given that there will only ever be one of the NFT in existence. Much like the first ever Portal cartoon, only 300 NFT’s were ever made.

Rare traits can also lend value to an NFT; the scarcer the rarity, the higher it will be valued. The most valuable CryptoPunks are the rare Alien and Ape Punks, many of which have sold for multimillion-dollar sums. However, aesthetic preference can outweigh rarity; in some NFT collections, relatively common traits have become sought-after, suggesting the role that trends and the community play in determining value.

Value can be arbitrary; something may gain value for no apparent reason. But more often than not, there’s something that acts as a catalyst. At VucoWorld, we believe this trillion-dollar NFT business will see The NFT portal Cartoon, and it will catapult into a huge part of the VucoWorld Metaverse.

To date, most of the conversation around the value of NFTs has focused on NFT artwork. But in recent months, NFTs with additional utility have come into increasing focus. Not to mention, which is exactly what VucoWorld is launching, which is a utility token through its IPO STO.

The NFTs that have gained the most traction have increasingly been those that offer utility through airdrops, in real-life events that can only be accessed via the NFT, in access to the metaverse, governance through DAOs, or even opportunities to mint other projects.

The greatest NFT collections have succeeded based on new, exciting, and unique ideas. Nowadays, we see that animation has run through the walls that have been holding it within rather narrow limits. We see how successfully it has been used in all kinds of areas, receiving amazing ratings. The VucoWorlds Animation on your streaming platform will be a big deal. So, watch it, enjoy it, and share it, and get 1 buy one of the only 300 The Portal Cartoon units ever sold.

Fact is given —- the speed and high stakes on the table; we are building one of the most sought-after NFT cartoon series and utilities projects for 2022.

Bottom line: Your NFT could be worth millions.

Behind The Portal NFTs

Our team consists of crypto experts, entrepreneurs, tech-gurus, artists, filmmakers, marketing buffs and degens who have come together for the common goal in establishing avenues of change through a shared love of movies, music and technology.

We will not forget our holders, as we aim to create a strong and engaged community as we enter the innovative world of NFTs and filmmaking.

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