San Francisco, CA – Lee Richter has launched the Global Leaders Collective (GLC), and assembled a team of blockchain influencers and artists to support major brands and celebrity launches of NFT’s. The first GLC collaboration to launch is the “Titanic Treasures” NFT, scheduled to be available for fans and collectors on April 14, 2021, which also marks the 109th anniversary of the Titanic sinking, based on Michel Shane’s 1988 documentary of the first salvage operation on the Titanic.
The NFT auction includes several clips from the digitally remastered 1988 documentary titled “The Lost Treasure of the Titanic” as NFT collectibles. The documentary was aired on Canadian Television once as a special feature broadcast and received a 23 share of audience and then archived. GLC will release nine first edition minted NFTs, which include the full-length film, historic photographs, original artwork, as well as an access token to an Ask Me Anything (AMA) Zoom session, all included as unlockable content.
“I got to be part of the Titanic up close,” said Shane. He also added, “The Lost Treasures of the Titanic is my very first production and it changed the trajectory of my life to a storyteller and to look at projects and stories that touch the heart, the mind, and about unique, amazing people and places. I’ve been honored to be part of this legacy.” During the AMA, Michel Shane will discuss the challenges filming the documentary 2.3 miles underwater, as well as behind the scenes anecdotes of the filmmaking process.
Each of the first edition NFT’s include pieces of original art commissioned for the project. To ensure access to all collectors, an unlimited edition of animated title sequences minted as collector cards, priced between $5.70 – $75 USD, allow nearly any fan to participate and own a piece of history.
Using blockchain technology, anyone can buy or sell unique digital items. NFTs are uniquely identified tokens that are assigned to a specific digital item. While art and music have been the recent media focus of NFT’s, the technology can used to uniquely identify anything, such as carbon credits, real estate, membership access, and more.
With the release of the Titanic Treasures NFT, any collector or fan will be able to obtain, trade, and sell NFTs through a platform using Ethereum.
Lee Richter, a global leader, Forbes Business Council member and CEO of Richter Communications is currently spearheading the initiative to bring blockchain technology to the public. The Global Leaders Collective design community building gamification into each NFT project to encourage blockchain adoption. Future GLC launches will include the ability to purchase collectibles with a debit or credit card to draw in even more mainstream audiences.
The auction for the Titanic Treasure NFTs is scheduled to begin on April 14, 2021 and anyone who wishes to participate and be notified of the details are encouraged to visit https://www.titanictreasures.io.
About Lee Richter:
Lee Richter is an award-winning business innovator and global visionary recognized recently by the San Francisco Business Times as one of their Top 100 Women Business Leaders for the seventh year running. In addition, she has been featured on the list of the Top 100 Fastest-Growing Businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area for the past two years.
As the CEO of multiple companies, a #1 best-selling author, an Abundance Studios™ Producer, and a member of the Forbes Business Council, Lee’s passion is to connect with innovative leaders making a global impact. As an entrepreneur since the 1990s, Lee has built and sold several multi-million-dollar companies. Lee loves collaborating and creating value in the global marketplace. Her new venture is launching a pet health moonshot.
About Michel Shane:
Michel Shane, multi award-winning movie producer from Hollywood, known for executive producing blockbuster films, including Catch Me If You Can and I, Robot. Shane has spent 30 years as a venerable entrepreneur and Hollywood insider. Michel also received a Lifelong Achievement Award in 2015 from former President Barack Obama.