Endlesss started life as a mobile app for creating music, but over time it has been evolving into a community that’s interested in how music-making might blend with web3 technologies.
Yesterday, the British startup laid out some of its plans to explore that. Its apps (now on desktop as well as mobile) are still at the heart of things, with plans to host live ‘social music creation’ events and launch “a marketplace for music collectibles created in the process”.
This is building on its experiments with minting NFTs from music jams in 2021. The new NFTs will include “built-in secondary and remix royalties” too, so the idea is not just about releasing music tracks as NFTs, but that those “interactive collectibles” can be reworked and remixed in ways that will earn money for the original musicians.
It’s ambitious, but very interesting, with the obligatory white paper setting out the plans in more detail – while also revealing that Endlesss now has more than 140,000 registered users.