BT is pushing the NFT medium to new frontiers.
The leading U.S. cryptocurrency exchange platform is betting on electronic music fans to help drive NFT adoption.
Ethereum co-founder Charles Hoskinson is forging relationships with some of the most influential businessmen in electronic dance music.
The creator economy is throwing their weight behind music's decentralized future.
Don Diablo isn't done thinking outside the box when it comes to pushing the NFT space forward.
Dreamverse is part NFT gallery, part music festival in a one-of-a-kind hybrid physical and digital experience.
The partnership has the feel of a potential watershed moment for the intersection of crypto and music festivals.
A Spotify account bearing the name of Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin's elusive creator, features an electronic music EP dedicated to the cryptocurrency.
Artists on the blockchain-based streaming platform can now integrate songs directly to TikTok sounds.
Fans can use their browsers or mobile devices to explore the virtual reality exhibit inspired by their NFT collection.
Audius' future seems promising, but some question marks still remain.
The compilation features new music from Kasbo, MEMBA, Robotaki, and more.
The project ushers in their 25th year as dance music veterans and production virtuosos.
"I can't see the future moving forward without allowing Tim's legacy to touch each part of what's happening."
Seven Lions' first-ever NFT drop will feature never-before-heard soundscapes produced specifically for the unique collection.
Showtime allows users to like, comment, and even bid on NFT art shared by creators.
Decentral Games has tapped into the dance music talent pool again, this time with a live NFT auction from Dillon Francis.
Bag Raiders turned their sleeper hit "Shooting Stars" into a hilariously absurd digital collectible.
You must have an NFT collection exceeding 100 works in order to even attempt to snag one of Harris' next editions.
It all started when ill-esha asked, "Ever wondered what Dogecoin sounds like?"
Beatport's "Music For Future Dancefloors" NFT series features Boys Noize, Charlotte De Witte, and more.
UMEK's NFT drop will include three one-of-a-kind remixes and the opportunity to book the seminal techno artist for a livestream or real-life gig.
The audiovisual "Hypnocurrency" NFT drop contains snippets of deadmau5 and REZZ's upcoming song of the same name.