Blockchain music services, apps and resources, NFTs, DAO's and web3 music stuff
We are creating an open-source protocol for the uniform identification of music rights holders and creators. The Open Music Initiative dramatically simplifies the way music creators and rights owners are identified and compensated.
The Creative Passport is a verified digital ID for music makers that allows you to update, manage and control all information about yourself and your works. Push updated profile information into other music services, pull and visualise relevant information from your representatives and services you use in your dashboard, all in one place.
A decentralized music distribution and royalty management system to better reward artists and their fans from veteran music distribution platform eMusic. “Our mission is to build a music distribution platform that achieves balance in the supply and rewards flowing between fans, artists and music service providers.”
Water & Music is an independent newsletter and research DAO, on a mission to empower music-industry professionals with the knowledge, network and skills to do more collaborative and progressive work with technology. Water & Music is run by longtime music-tech writer and researcher Cherie Hu.
Audius is a digital streaming service built on the blockchain that connects fans directly with artists and exclusive new music. Build a fanbase, share your works in progress and then publish your completed tracks for all the world to hear. Create, grow, and monetize, all without the need to graduate off the platform or sign a […]
Revelator is a state-of-the-art platform for digital music to increase speed, accuracy and transparency of rights management, digital supply chain and royalty payment distribution so distributors, record labels, and artists can focus on being creative.
This report on the creator economy aims to provide a brief introduction to the history of the creator economy and an overview of its latest developments to where we are today with the introduction of Web3 creator platforms. Included in the piece is an industry mapping of 140+ of the latest creator economy platforms.
My Music Tokens mint unique cryptocurrencies that operate on the Ethereum blockchain. This allows for the artist to easily transfer tokens to anyone else who has an Ethereum based wallet, like MyEtherWallet, or Meta Mask. The Token listing page features a list of music tokens and decentralised music projects.
GUTS uses blockchain technology to issue honest tickets that put an end to disgraceful secondary market prices and ticket fraud. Our digital tickets come with countless innovative benefits for fans and organizers that you won’t get anywhere else.
A one stop artist-first platform funded and underpinned by Fenix Tokens. Fenix helps you find better ways to make money from your music and to find new fans from around the world. The Artist Dashboard on the Fenix 360 app lets you view sales, add products, control your social media and see all your band’s […]
Meet the growing demand for transparency in the music industry with Playtreks. Unlimited music data, free music distribution to all major platforms, airplay monitoring, blockchain NFT marketplace, copyright control, and NFT’s.
OnChain Music exists to help artists, bands, singer songwriters, DJs, and musicians of all types to earn royalties on the blockchain. Whether you are an Artist or a Label, we can distribute your music to all of the blockchain music platforms (BMPs). Sign up, send us the music, sit back, and collect 85% of all […]
Opulous brings Decentralized Finance to the music industry, changing how artists access the funding they need and providing a launchpad for the first music copyright-backed NFTs.
Blockbeats is a music platform using NFTs to distribute unique licensing rights with expansive web3 capabilities. The goal is to build new opportunities for artists and for users to experience enhanced utility and entertainment across the Solana and Ethereum ecosystems.
This is Part III of a five-part, collaborative research report that the Water & Music community put together and published in December 2021 on the state of music and Web3. It includes a market map of music/Web3 tools, which features nearly 80 different startups putting NFTs, social tokens, DAOs in a music and creator-centric context.