TaTaTu blockchain: the film “The Bleeder” is out
TaTaTu blockchain: the film “The Bleeder” is out

TaTaTu blockchain: the film “The Bleeder” is out

By Fabio Carbone - 20 Apr 2019

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TaTaTu has announced the release of “The Bleeder”, the new film on its blockchain-based on-demand entertainment platform.

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They could have not chosen a more suitable film in order to find a place in the new movie theatres – our homes – because The Bleeder – The Story of the True Rocky Balboa, narrates the boxing match between the giant Muhammad Ali and Chuck Wepner, a semi-unknown boxer.

On March 24th, 1975 at Richfield Coliseum in Ohio (USA), the greatest boxer of all time met a New Jersey liquor seller, Wepner, who everyone called The Bleeder because of the amount of punches he received during each fight.

Wepner was a loser, in ten years of boxing career he suffered 14 defeats and two KOs, not counting the eight broken noses. For Ali, the encounter was like a brief appearance in the ring, just the time to throw a hook and knockout the anonymous boxer. Instead, Wepner lasted 15 rounds and lost the match for just 19 seconds.

The story of the losing boxer who betrayed his wife at every opportunity, became the story of the victorious boxer who started from the bottom recounted in the films of Rocky Balboa starring Sylvester Stallone.


Awarded at the Venice Film Festival

The Bleeder was presented at the 73rd Venice Film Festival and received the Persol Tribute awarded to the protagonist, the American actor Liev Schreiber (Pawn Sacrifice, Spotlight, to cite the latest films), who, according to Mymovies.it makes the difference with a great performance”.

The Bleeder, the film that rewards you for watching

TaTaTu will distribute the film The Bleeder on the homonymous platform from April 16th for free, or better yet, viewers will be rewarded for watching the film. The platform is in fact connected to the TTU token, an electronic currency issued to feed the e-commerce service on demand.

According to the TaTaTu press release, watching the film would earn about 2.50 euros in TTU token.


Fabio Carbone

A freelance writer since 2013 he studied computer science, philosophy and also a bit of sociology. In 2016 he discovered the crypto economy and since then writes about blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies, to further deepen a movement that is not only made of experts mathematicians and cryptographers but also of people who generate a new economy from the bottom. He writes about the same topic on various industry websites. He writes about Industry 4.0 and digital economy in general.

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