Quentin Tarantino has reached an agreement with Miramax to resolve his NFT case

Quentin Tarantino has reached an agreement with Miramax to resolve his NFT case

At the height of NFT frenzy last year, Tarantino revealed his NFT lineup, promising that each one would reveal a “secret” about his 1994 picture. Tarantino claimed that the NFTs were related to material from the script, to which he held rights, while Miramax sued, claiming that NFTs represented an “emerging technology” from which it could benefit legally. “Whatever limited rights Mr. Tarantino has to screenplay publication, they do not permit the minting of unique NFTs associated with Miramax’s intellectual property,” the company’s attorneys wrote in January when the first NFT sold for $1.1 million to a collective affiliated with its sales network Secret.