Onchain social is heating up.
Catalog just announced their Radio product along with a new mechanism called cosigns.
Sound acquired Soho to boost their mobile experience and onboard a new CTO.
Rainbow introduced points - the latest in a series of consumer products exploring a new meta.
Farcaster broke their record daily active users - combined with a contentious new memecoin.
Decent unveiled their new onramp product, making it easier for teams to bring liquidity into their ecosystem.
All this shows progress towards rewarding participation - and making it easier to be onchain.
If one thing is clear - the energy has taken a turn. While it might not have fully made its way back to onchain music, it’s a great sentiment to end the year on a high note.
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The company is launching the feature next year along with cosigns.
The deal will help sound create a mobile-first experience.
Disclosure launches a 1000 track generative collection.
Earn points for being onchain.
Fiat onramps, crosschain swaps, NFTs, and more.
Solana’s new Saga smartphone sees an influx of demand.
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