Decentralised music streaming service Audius is getting into NFTs, but with a twist. Rather than selling non-fungible tokens, it has launched a ‘collectibles’ feature for musicians and fans alike to show the NFTs that they have created or bought elsewhere. For artists, that makes Audius a shop window for their own NFTs, whereas for fans it’s more about showing off.

The feature currently supports NFTs bought on the SuperRare, Zora, Foundation, OpenSea, Rarible and KnownOrigin marketplaces, with the promise of more to come.

“Over time, Audius Collectibles will support more interactive experiences between creators and fans. Music, and audio more broadly, is one of the core breakout applications of NFTs. This is just the beginning,” promised the company in its announcement.

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