Prominent DJs Featured in NFT Collection
In 2021, non-fungible token (NFT) assets have become a billion-dollar industry and it seems everyone is trying to get in on the action. Bitcoin.com News has reported on the swarm of celebrities flocking to NFTs quite a bit this year.
Popular hip-hop superstars like Snoop Dogg, Lil Pump, Eminem, Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, and Ja Rule have also been participating in the blockchain and crypto revolution. Now a slew of popular DJs are being featured in a collection of NFTs called the Djenerates.
The collection launched on September 28, and features 10,000 unique characters from the electronic music world. “From clubbers, DJs & bar staff to VIPs, bouncers and dancers, this is your exclusive pass into a new creative clubbing paradigm, known as the Djenerates,” the website details.
Pioneering DJ Paul Oakenfold to Launch NFT Album on Cardano
The Djenerates launch announcement details that the project has partnered with the Cardano network’s Starship Universe. The pioneering DJ Paul Oakenfold revealed at the recent Cardano summit in Laramie, Wyoming that he would be launching an NFT album (dubbed “Zombie Lobster”) on the ADA network.
“We live in a technological age,” Oakenfold said. “Platforms used to be for trains, clouds were in the sky and socials were places you danced. Things change quickly. It’s all about ‘when?’ and ‘where?’ but few people ask ‘why?’. When you do, it becomes clear what the right path to take is,” the legendary DJ added.
The Djenerates collection of NFTs will be a cross-chain NFT brand and the NFTs feature the likes of famous DJs such as Sven Väth, Blond:ish, Anfisa Letyago, Dubfire, Carl Cox, Paul Oakenfold, Paul Val Dyk, Benny Benassi, Marco Faraone, and the Stafford Brothers. It also features random clubbers, ravers, bar staff, door staff, and dancers.
“Working alongside [Starship] Universe to bring the 1st generative NFT drop to Cardano is an exciting opportunity for Djenerates,” Hipworth, the founder of Djenerates said.
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