“Spotify is testing NFTs for its music streaming app.“
In the Android app, the artists will be able to show-case their NFT collections. Spotify is one of the first companies to integrate NFTs into their platform.
Currently, Spotify is testing NFTs for its Android app in the US that will allow the artists to not only promote their concert tickets and merch, but also their scarce digital arts collections. As the testing phase passes, artists will be able to showcase and promote their NFTs on their Spotify profiles.
Two of the most known names in music – The Wombats and DJ Steve Aoki – are taking part in the testing of this new feature. The reason why these two have been given early access by spotify is that they are among the earliest adopters of NFTs in the music industry.
There is no doubt that Spotify is the best music streaming platform on the planet. The scandinavain gaint is now becoming more and more famous as the streaming company is testing NFTs that’ll open new doors for artists as well as the listeners.
One thing we need to keep in mind that Spotify is not turning into an NFT marketplace. They are just showing belief in NFTs and letting artists promote their digital arts collections in the music streaming app.
As Spotify tests this new feature and makes news all over the world, there are some NFT disbelievers that are threatening Spotify to delete their accounts.
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