Spotify Technology SA SPOT is apparently exploring a method for musicians to show their NFTs on their artist sites. According to a Spotify spokesman, the platform is “doing a test in which it will assist a select number of artists in promoting their existing third-party NFT products via their artist profiles.”
Steve Aoki and The Wombats are among the musicians who have previously shown their NFTs on the site.
It’s worth emphasizing that Spotify isn’t collecting a percentage of any NFT sales; rather, it’s giving artists another platform to advertise their digital collectibles.
According to The Verge, the artist NFT gallery is presented underneath the header and song list. The “See More” option takes viewers to the artist’s OpenSea website, where they may try to buy the NFTs.
“We frequently undertake a number of tests in an effort to improve the experiences of artists and fans.” Some of those tests pave the way for a bigger experience, while others serve just as crucial learning opportunities, according to a Spotify spokeswoman.
In recent months, a number of well-known musicians have purchased expensive NFTs. Eminem, Justin Bieber, and Madonna are among those who have joined the private Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) group this year.