Spotify is experimenting with NFT galleries on Musician profiles

Spotify is reportedly testing a new method for artists to include NFTs on musicians' profiles.

May 19, 2022
by Anvi Saini
Spotify is experimenting with NFT galleries on Musician profiles
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Some Android users in the United States have already been given access to the feature, which currently includes NFT previews for artists Steve Aoki and The Wombats. In addition to displaying artist NFT galleries, Spotify has asked its users to participate in an NFT-related survey.

Spotify spokesperson said in a statement :

 “We routinely conduct a number of tests in an effort to improve artist and fan experiences. Some of those tests end up paving the way for a broader experience and others serve only as an important learning.”

Non Fungible Tokens have been praised as a new way for developed and emerging artists to monetize, raise funds for new albums and connect with fans at the time. However, the community has expressed outrage over this early-stage test, some have also used Twitter to criticize the streaming platforms' payment of musicians on its platform.

Spotify will also provide an option to “see more” which directs you to the NFT page on OpenSea. The app doesn't support NFTs in GIFS or video formats yet. According to Music Ally, Spotify will not collect a commission on any NFT purchases made through the app and is only testing the integration.

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