Nonfungible tokens (NFTs) are stepping into the next wave of Web3 with utility capabilities and community building at the forefront. A new collection from the Mint NFT marketplace and metaverse entertainment platform Animal Concerts does this across the musical genre spectrum, as well as blockchain networks.
The collection, “A Hard Working Man,” features the crypto-savvy hip-hop star Snoop Dogg in combination with country music icons Billy Ray Cyrus and the Avila Brothers. The collection features highlight physi-digital experiences with digital artwork, as well as in-person concert perks.
Unbothered, building, and trudging through the NFT bear market like: pic.twitter.com/nPNLNswYG8
— A Hard Working Man NFT Collection (@AHWM_NFT) October 29, 2022
Colin Fitzpatrick, the founder and CEO of Animal Concerts, highlighted the “major existing fan bases” of all three artists involved in the collection and how Web3 provides these existing communities the tools to evolve.
This cross-genre collaboration, will premiere on the new Minted Launchpad platform.
Minted Launchpad falls in line with the idea of cross-genre collaborations as it allows users to mint, purchase and trade NFTs which are native to both Ethereum and Cronos blockchains. Additionally, a select number will also be able to mint on Crypto.com NFT at the end of Q4 2022.
Such collections not only bridge gaps between genres and blockchains but, as Matt Wan, the director of Minted, commented:
“‘[It] will also serve to bridge the gap between Web2 and Web3 users.”
Users active on the Minted launchpad platform will also be able to browse digital asset collections from both ecosystems. Initially, “A Hard Working Man” was announced in April of this year, with additional collaboration with Cointelegraph for the artwork.
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Snoop Dogg has been known for his involvement in the crypto-scene through various NFT projects and even turning Bored Ape Yacht Club avatars into a music video.
Similarly, NFTs have…