We’re used to finding out about new web3 metaverse startups from press releases or crypto industry websites. Less so from MailOnline.
F2P? That’s the abbreviation for ‘Free-to-Play’, the model that helped the games industry surge in revenues over the past decade.
Tens of millions of people are spending time in Fortnite and Roblox: hence all the excitement about the metaverse in the music industry.
A series of Stoner Cats 2 NFTs has led to charges from the US Securities and Exchange Commission over unregistered securities.
Two paragraphs in to this article our eyes rolled at the claim “the music industry’s revenue has been mostly stagnant for the last 20 years”.
There were some excitable headlines last week around the release of some NFTs seemingly offering a share of Justin Bieber’s royalties.
The question of whether NFTs are financial securities has been thrumming away in the background for some time now.
Infamous filesharing brand LimeWire re-emerged in 2022 as a music NFTs marketplace, going on to raise $10.4m in a token sale.
Giving concert ticketing a blockchain twist is an idea that has been mooted regularly in recent years – but often unsuccessfully.
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For a while now, the music industry (and many fans) have collectively decided that cash-grab, value-less NFTs can get in the bin.
Web3 streaming service Audius is following SoundCloud in launching a messaging feature for artists and fans.