If you’re looking to turn your music into an NFT, you’ve come to the right spot. Due to the recent gold rush of non-fungible token (NFT) art sales, artists of all types are looking to enter the scene. Many musicians find themselves wondering, “How can I turn my music into an NFT?”
Music and NFTs are just getting off the ground. One of the most popular NFT marketplaces OpenSea recently added support for audio NFTs. Through their system you can upload your mp3 or wav file and issue NFTs on your music. With a verified account, you can list your minted music NFTs directly for sale on their marketplace.
If you’re looking for a marketplace designed exclusively for music, be sure to check out Mint Songs. This is a new platform takes advantage of the Polygon Network to allow artist to mint NFTs to their music for free. Despite being early in development, it has a much more natural feel for music and is showing early signs of promise.
While OpenSea, Mint Songs, and other NFT platforms will allow you to tokenize your music, all current platforms will have your music hosted publicly. NFT Concerts is different. While individual songs are not allowed, full concert recordings in both audio and video formats are accepted to be listed on our marketplace.
While others in the NFT space make your music private, NFT Concerts encrypts and secures your content so only the owners of the issued NFTs can access and stream the show. Downloads are not possible and the sale of the NFT causes an immediate loss of access to the underlying content. Through this unique implementation, NFT Concerts is determined to create a valuable digital asset that proves to be the future of digital content distribution. If you are an artist looking to tokenize your live concert recordings, please visit our Artists page and fill out our application for more details. Let’s create the future of music memorabilia together.