A multi-chain marketplace entirely focused on music NFTs is getting ready to launch in a few weeks.
Centaurify says it's determined to give musicians the opportunity to harness the power of Web3 while bringing them closer to their fans.
Ethereum and Solana are the first two blockchains to be supported, with more networks to follow in subsequent releases.
Centaurify's other core product focuses on issuing tickets for offline music events in the form of NFTs.Executives believe it has the potential to eliminate fake tickets, prevent scalpers and ensure artists and organizers receive revenue when tickets are sold on the secondary market.
For a cutting-edge startup like this, it's critical that leadership has the credibility and connections to change the way a multi-billion dollar industry works.Centaurify satisfies this well, as it was co-founded by Martin Danielle Bjercke, an award-winning DJ who has amassed a billion plays, signed to some of the world's biggest labels, and served as a judgeand mentor appeared on The Voice of America.
A Musical NFT Universe
Centaurify's passion and belief in its business model is palpable - it wants to give fans an irresistible opportunity to be "part of the next-generation music scene" and join an exclusive club where they stand side by side with the stars.
The project told Cointelegraph: “Music is an essential part of our lives. Music can inspire, soothe, and inspire. Music can even reduce anxiety, blood pressure and pain, and improve sleep quality, mood, mental alertnesssex and memory.”
"Unfortunately, today, due to the low cut of music platforms, only a few musicians can make a pretty decent living by uploading their work online - which prevents music creators from doing what we all loveThe thing: to create new musical compositions."
"Centaurify is here to empower musicians and fans once again by connecting artists to Web3. Our NFT marketplace is the first step in a music revolution."
The startup was founded less than a year ago and since then has worked tirelessly to bring its vision to life.
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Centaurify recently partnered with Augmented Reality (AR) company PictoryTale - to co-host an AR concert that NFT holders can attend.The show can be watched from a smartphone, and according to Centaurify executives, it feels like the concert is taking place in the living room of one's own home...and it's live.
Music is often cited as one of the most compelling use cases for virtual worlds, not least because it can provide an immersive experience and, compared to old-fashioned stadiums, has infinite capacity.Earlier this year, JPMorgan estimated that virtual worlds could be a $1 trillion opportunity.
For the moment, Centaurify is gearing up to launch its own collection of NFTs called Access All Areas, or AAA for short.This will provide holders with a plethora of benefits, including the elimination of minting, listing and selling fees for crypto collectibles on their platform.What’s more, they also get access to high-profile airdrops — as well as tickets that invite them to exclusive in-person and virtual events.
The total number of NFTs is 5,000 - they will be minted in four phases between September 29 and October 2.
CD eliminated tape, video eliminated radio stars, and Spotify forever changed the way we all consume music.Now Centaurify believes it is at the center of the next wave of change and can take the industry to new heights.
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