Secret Network’s SCRT token has received a boost, possibly due to Quentin Tarantino’s widely-publicized NFT drop on the network.
- Secret Network is soaring. SCRT is up 32% today, currently trading at $8.70.
- The network is hosting Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction NFT drop, set to commence on Jan. 17.
- Secret Network has received a significant amount of mainstream attention in recent weeks due to an ongoing lawsuit between Tarantino and Pulp Fiction distributor Miramax.
SCRT has posted gains days in the lead-up to Quentin Tarantino’s first NFT auction. The celebrated director is set to release a set of rare Pulp Fiction cuts on the network between 17 and 31 Jan., 2022.
Secret Network is a blockchain that specializes in privacy-preserving smart contracts. It was built using the Cosmos SDK. Per data from CoinGecko, SCRT recorded an all-time high price of $10.38 on Oct. 28. Tarantino announced his NFT drop a few days later.
It suffered from a recent downturn across the crypto market but has rallied over the last few days. It’s currently trading at $8.70, up 32% in the last 24 hours.
Secret Network has received additional mainstream attention in recent weeks due to an ongoing legal battle between Tarantino and Miramax over the planned Pulp Fiction NFTs.
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