How NFTs are Making Musicians Millions

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Hosted by Emily Fox

Musicians have been making millions of dollars in recent weeks for auctioning off their music in the form of an NFT (Non-Fungible Token). Chase Danzig of YouTube channel "The Bitcoin Express" joins this episode to fill us in on how NFTs work.


 
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Grimes // photo by Matthew B. Thompson

Musicians have been making millions of dollars in recent weeks for auctioning off their music in the form of an NFT (Non-Fungible Token). Grimes made nearly $6 million in 20 minutes doing it, EDM artist 3lau has made more than $11 million and Kings of Leon just released a full album as an NFT. 

Chase Danzig joins this episode to fill us in on how NFTs work. He runs a YouTube channel called “The Bitcoin Express," and recently released a video titled, “How NFT Will Take Over the Music Industry.”

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