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Killer Whales Reality TV Show Brings Crypto to Mainstream Media

Ruholamin Haqshanas
Last updated: | 2 min read
Killer Whales crypto Reality TV Show

A new TV show titled “Killer Whales, which merges the crypto world with the excitement of reality television has made its debut on mainstream streaming platforms.

The show aims to captivate audiences with its unique blend of high-stakes crypto pitches and compelling human drama.

It is produced by crypto entertainment studio HELLO Labs and CoinMarketCap, becoming the first-ever crypto reality TV show to grace mainstream television.

In the show, viewers are taken on a journey into the heart of blockchain innovation as aspiring tech entrepreneurs present their crypto and NFT projects to a panel of industry experts.

The stakes are high as the contestants vie for ‘Swim’ votes, hoping to avoid the dreaded ‘Sink’ vote. 

A Crypto Show for All Audiences

Whether seasoned crypto enthusiasts or newcomers eager to explore the world of digital assets, the show promises to engage audiences of all backgrounds with its gripping narrative and high-stakes drama, according to an official press release

“We are thrilled to introduce ‘Killer Whales’ to audiences worldwide,” said Paul Caslin, the show’s executive producer. 

“With its unique blend of crypto expertise and reality TV drama, we believe ‘Killer Whales’ has the potential to redefine how people engage with both cryptocurrency and television entertainment.”

Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci also serves as a judge on the show.

He said that the “Killer Whales” show plays an important role as cryptocurrency permeates mainstream culture. 

The series is poised to offer viewers a captivating glimpse into the power of blockchain technology while showcasing the human stories behind the crypto revolution. 

The series is now available on leading streaming platforms, including Apple TV, Amazon Prime, Google Play, and Tubi.

Perfect Timing for Killer Whales

The timing for Killer Whales couldn’t be more perfect as mainstream interest in cryptocurrency and Bitcoin continues to soar.

The flagship cryptocyrrency has been on a roll since the start of the year, rallying past its previous all-time high of around $69,000 registered in November 2021. 

As of now, the world’s leading cryptocurrency is trading at over $73,000, around all-time highs. 

According to data from CoinMarketCap, Bitcoin registered an ATH of $73,637 earlier today. 

The rally in Bitcoin price comes as ETFs experienced a staggering $1.05 billion in net inflows on March 12, according to data from SoSoValue. 

The milestone sets a new record for the highest single-day net inflow since the inception of Bitcoin spot ETF trading, representing an impressive 56% increase compared to the net inflow of $673 million recorded on February 28.

In fact, Bitcoin ETFs have experienced the most successful launch in the history of ETFs.

These products accumulated over 30,000 BTC in the previous week alone, currently holding close to $30 billion.

If the trend of institutional inflows into Bitcoin continues, it could create a new phenomenon where the demand for Bitcoin surpasses the available supply, effectively creating a Bitcoin ETF liquidity crisis