Spotify Offering Exclusive Playlists That Can Be Unlocked With NFT

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New techs need to offer some exclusive features / things to gain users’ trust. NFT is no exception. Besides, many people have heard about it, but most of them have no idea what it is. So NFT-based communities work hard to gain popularity. They also need to work with already popular platforms to achieve their goals faster. It turns out that Spotify is one of the platforms that is helping NFTs make a name for themselves, with TechCrunch reporting that the music platform is offering exclusive playlists with tokens.

Spotify goes deeper into advanced tech with NFT this time

Several tweets from Kingship, which is part of a pilot that includes Fluf, Moonbirds, and Overlord, show that many of their playlists can be unlocked via NFTs in certain regions. In other words, Kingship is offering a special playlist that Spotify users can access if they have an NFT.

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If you’re not familiar with NFT and the likes, the group has published a “guide” on how to link a crypto wallet to authenticate the NFT that unlocks the playlist. As Kingship says, the program is available to Android users in the US, UK, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. If it works, more markets and options will be added later.

If you are an Apple user and want to try out the new Spotify playlist, you can only blame your favorite company. We mean the Cupertino brand, which last October published a set of rules restricting the functionalities of NFTs.

Furthermore, the service is only available to Spotify Premium users. The results will be summarized in three months.

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In May 2022, the company will launch a pilot that will allow artists to promote their digital art.

P.S. Spotify is one of those companies that are always adding advanced tech solutions. For example, it has already announced an experiment with an AI-powered DJ who can play music for users.

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