New opportunities continue to pop up for those making crypto easier to use.
Seed Club opened their latest accelerator for founders building consumer products.
Zora opened the doors to a deeper social network while Sound launched a new newsletter to highlight artists and curators.
Catalog is debuting it’s new product with a 24/7 feed of music next week.
Polygon Labs shared updates on it’s music accelerator in partnership with Warner Music and Spotify teases direct to fan products.
As the market looks to find it’s footing - it’s a great time to be building a foundation onchain.
We announced the winners for the last month of our Onchain Curator program - marking the end of our pilot to get curators and content creators paid.
Lastly - Daniel Allan joined us as the first returning guest on the podcast. After a suite of secondary sales - we sat down to talk about the growth of “I Just Need” with Lyrah and developing a content strategy.
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Seed Club opens applications for it’s 7th accelerator.
Zora’s social graph gets a facelift with the ability to follow your favorite accounts.
Polygon Labs share an update on their music accelerator.
Tune into the debut of Catalog radio on Tuesday
A weekly newsletter highlighting viral artists and curators.
Spotify hints at a new suite of direct to fan products
Check out what we were listening to this week on our Sound Playlist.
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