Onchain music debates continued into this week.
Thought leaders shared their opinions on where Music NFTs went wrong - and where improvement can be made.
A lot of valid points were made - and we’re now entering a chapter where products are building with real fans in mind.It’s a net positive and we’re glad to see people sharing their most raw and honest takes on how to move the space forward.
Farcaster announced Farcon - an IRL summit in Venice in May.
PartyDAO announced private chats for parties.
Bonfire revealed Bonfire 2.0 - making it easier for artists to make a website for their music.
Showtime teased a rebrand and a new product.
Zora recapped all the platforms building on top of it.
Tune into our latest podcast episode to hear from BlockchainBrett and his thoughts.
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Invest in Music is sponsored by Coop Records - an onchain record label.
Coop Records has released 100+ songs onchain with artists like Daniel Allan, RŌHKI and BLOODY.
They collaborated on drops like ORIGINS, Faceless and Existential Dance Music.
If you see a * next to a song - this means that there is overlap with Coop Records.
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Farcaster Takes over Venice in May for their annual summit.
Every Party now has a private group chat for its members.
A new update to our favorite website builder for onchain artists.
Showtime pauses operations and focuses on a new venture to help creators.
Be a part of the future and build on Base.
Zora showcases platforms building on top of them.
Check out what we were listening to this week on our Sound Playlist.
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