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Hypebot increases coverage of Music NFTs, DAOs and Web3 [and needs your help!]

2021 was the year that music on the blockchain and crypto shifted from promising theory to a concrete revenue generating and audience building reality.

The most obvious manifestation was the explosion of Music NFTs and startups to facilitate them. That activity is sure to increase in 2022 as those involved simplify the process of buying and owning NFTs for the average fan.

In the long term, the seismic shifts for creators and the music industry go well beyond NFTs to opportunities just being immagned and made possible by the blockchain, Web3 and music DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations).

So as we have for more than dozen years, Hypebot will covering all of the new technologies that are recreating the music industry yet again and in 2022 and beyond that means increased coverage of Music NFTs, music on the blockchain, DAOs and Web3.

We’ve already begun with frequent #MusicNFT news round-ups, stories about WEB3 startups and funding, as well as thought pieces and practical how to guides. But expect much more ahead.

We need your help

To make this work and stay on top of this fast changing sector, please add us to your press release and announcements. Also reach out if you think there are areas and companies that deserve more coverage.

Email me at bhoughton @ bandsintown (dot) com and get ready for a wild ride in 2002!


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Bruce Houghton is Founder and Editor of Hypebot and MusicThinkTank and serves as a Senior Advisor to Bandsintown which acquired both publications in 2019. He is the Founder and President of the Skyline Artists Agency and a professor for the Berklee College Of Music.

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