The Metaverse is not only limited to digital gaming platforms, but it is slowly starting to integrate into our lives. A masterpiece of collaborative music videos that is going to be released on Metaverse soon in September. The participants are eagerly excited about the performance of Tom Staar and Kryder. Ripple is facing a lawsuit filed by the SEC since it just took a break from the hectic schedule and focused on platform growth.
Recently, Ripple joined with Styngr and the recording group Armada to release the upcoming album on Maladroid. Maladroid is a video gaming platform that was developed on the XRP Ledger.
Styngr is the first music combination platform for both gaming and the metaverse. Styngr provides a platform for creators to connect their licensed music experience with the digital world. It also resolved the difficulties associated with licensing the music and provided opportunities for the developers of licensed music and gaming.
To increase the growth of Styngr in the crypto world, it took a decision to collaborate with Ripple and Dutch-based music recorder Armada with two major EDM artists. Both EDM artists have been accepted to release their next two tracks every month in the video gaming industry for the time being.
According to the co-founder of Alex Tarrand, “Seamlessly launching an entire album through a game is a groundbreaking opportunity. We are thrilled to be collaborating with record labels like Armada Music to bring brand new tracks from some of EDM’s top artists to blockchain gaming that leverages the best-in-class capabilities of the XRP Ledger. To do all this in a game as fun and competitive as Maladroids is truly something special.”
Sam Bankman Fried, CEO of FTX, stated that the metaverse is growing day by day. The collaboration of music and the crypto world will lead to a huge change for the metaverse.
Many events are taking place in the Metaverse this year. Recently, South Korea launched its most famous Seoul Lantern festival in the metaverse. Not only that, in 2022 two of the most popular music festivals launched non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for their users. Including the world’s most popular festival Tomorrowland, slightly interacted with the metaverse. To expand the utilization of Web 3 and NFTs in the music industry, FTX collaborated with Tomorrowland.
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