Non-fungible tokens, which were primarily traded on the Ethereum blockchain, began to permeate popular culture in the early years of 2021. As interest in non-financial tokens (NFTs) continues to grow, a novel NFT community designed specifically for artists and music lovers—MusicFund—is making its way into the landscape.
In an effort to overcome the limitations of traditional funding models, MusicFund will dictate buyers’ abilities to attend exclusive events (such as digital/in-person concerts and music industry panels) and vote on the allocation of community funding through the use of company-generated tokens, thereby disrupting the hierarchical record business.
MusicFund co-founder Mark Dawson explained how he got started with the organization.
“We started MusicFund because we are passionate about music and cryptocurrency. We want to bring together the most talented individuals from both worlds to form a community.”
Come October 4, the MusicFund community is expected to grow at a rapid pace. In the meantime, you can join the company’s discord server, browse the MusicFund website, and engage with the community on social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter.
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