Bitcoin 2021 is set to receive a heavy dose of deadmau5.
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."
“The potential of blockchain, digital exchange and currency is exciting and we wanted to make sure we are at the forefront."
ZHU made the announcement following his sold out six-night performance run at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheater.
Seven Lions' first-ever NFT drop will feature never-before-heard soundscapes produced specifically for the unique collection.
3LAU will perform a DJ set to coincide with Bitcoin 2021, which organizers are calling "the largest Bitcoin event in history."
The trend towards virtual events seems to be gaining even more steam amid the growing popularity of cryptocurrency.
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.
Cryptograffiti believes that's Bitcoin's ability to create new revenue streams "will rebalance power in all sorts of industries."
We break down the basics behind BitClout, a decentralized social media platform with massive disruptive potential.
Over 10 major artists will be debuting their own NFTs as part of the massive launch.
"Dance music has always been an interactive genre, but establishing our own economy will help bring the community closer together and create new experiences."
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The past meets the future in ILLENIUM's celebratory NFT debut.
Calvin Harris' dreamy "TECHNOFISH" NFT is a collaboration with longtime creative partner Emil Nava.
"One of the things I love about technology over time is that it eventually just turns into magic."
"Actually, doesn’t feel quite right selling this."