KevCoin: The Movie set for June release

Actor, writer and director Jason Attar has unveiled the latest trailer for his cryptocurrency comedy, KevCoin: The Movie.

Shot over 35 days, this will be released on 28th June for digital download, with the world premiere taking place a day earlier in London. The movie follows Kevin Powder (Attar) as he works his way around Peckham, South East London and co-opts real local residents into his scheme to make a sci-fi film, paid for with his own cryptocurrency, the KevCoin, which actually exists and sits on the Ethereum blockchain, as an Erc20 token. In fact, for each $5 download purchase of the movie, people will be given 5,000 Erc20 tokens to keep in the nominated wallet of their choice.

“We can’t wait to see the world’s reaction to Kevin’s exploits as he struggles to make his big screen creation, The Day Peckham Stood Still. Kevin is on a mission to create a trillion-dollar crypto empire with his KevCoins, and he’s taking everyone with him on that journey whether they realise it or not,” says Attar, whose fascination with Bitcoin et al dates back to the early days of Bitcoin, when he bought his first crypto units from a hacker at a London train station.

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the author should not be considered as financial advice. We do not give advice on financial products.


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