There are a total of 12 articles associated with music.
The Web3 music industry is attempting to overcome the shortcomings of regular streaming platforms
A cute LimeWire marketing campaign ahead of its crypto token sale plays on nostalgia for pirated music from the early 2000s
Amid layoffs, Warner Music said it will reallocate resources to “new tech initiatives,” which may be good news for its Web3 ambitions
20-plus-year-old music service has acquired Mint Songs, and Napster’s CEO says the company is eyeing more deals with “best-of-breed tech partners”
The Korean pop music group allows fans to select which song titles make the cut in their latest album using Polygon NFTs known as “objekts” to collect voting tokens
A crypto startup sold 300 NFTs for $210 each, offering holders a chance to hold a fraction of the song’s streaming royalties
News analysis: Everyone from a former Beats by Dre engineer to omgkirby is getting in on the NFT music game
Solana NFTs are picking up, and metaverse trademarks are also on the rise
A pair of entrepreneurs has bought the rights to the defunct file-sharing service and plans to launch a new site in May
Gala Games is seeking to ramp up its presence in the NFT sector and will allocate billions of dollars to further its efforts in the coming year
“Artists are excited about a new way to connect with their fans, [one that] doesn’t involve a buffer or a middleman,” Josh James, co-founder of OneOf, told Blockworks
Royal is a marketplace for music NFTs, advertising its platform as a place where users can purchase shares of songs, then earn royalties on the music they’ve invested in.