Spotify Testing NFT’s Galleries On Artist Profiles

Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming platform, is reportedly testing the mixing of nonfungible token (NFT) galleries on musician profiles. If the trial is profitable, the embedding of NFTs will profit each artists and followers.

On Friday, it was reported that Spotify is conducting a take a look at for choose customers of its Android app in the US. These customers can view the NFT previews on the artists’ profiles. There are presently solely two such artists, DJ and producer Steve Aoki and indie rock band The Wombats, each of whom are recognized for his or her use of NFTs.

Though direct purchases will not be doable, the person can faucet to be redirected to the OpenSea web page, the place they’ll buy the merchandise after studying in regards to the NFT and seeing an enlarged preview. Spotify, in keeping with studies, doesn’t help movies or GIF codecs as a substitute of displaying a static picture with no sounds.

Musicians are actively exploring the NFT market, which could possibly be an important revenue stream, particularly as COVID-19 continues to disrupt worldwide touring.

On Twitter, some Spotify customers reported receiving the NFT-related survey from the streaming service. In response to Music Ally, Spotify is just not taking a lower of NFT gross sales in the course of the trial.


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