360NFT, the first Black-owned music NFT platform, powered by Trapchain, Inc., has teamed up with Willie Taylor, an indie musician and native Chicagoan, to release his debut NFT for his music project “Write My Wrongs.” Taylor originally rose to prominence as a participant on MTV’s “Making the Band 4”, when he was picked by Sean Combs to join the band Day26 on August 26 as a member and one of the lead vocalists. The band’s fame and success are commemorated by 360NFT’s November 26 launch and debut NFT release. 360NFT’s uniquely designed, streamlined ecosystem makes it easy for users to thrive on the blockchain, without the need to code, navigate complicated technology, or handle delivery. It is led by Chicago, IL natives Casmir Patterson, Chief Technology Officer, tech pioneer, Mark Bush, co-founder and Chief Possibility Officer, and Lathan Hodge, the Chief Operating Officer.
With an unique cryptocurrency technology platform that monetizes content and music assets, 360NFT aims to help artists leverage exposure while maximizing their economic potential. 360NFT, which was created exclusively for the music and entertainment sector, allows artists, agencies, and labels to easily make their material and music assets available to the public by utilizing their technology to monetize collectible goods for remuneration on the Ethereum and SKALE networks.
360NFT.io’s success depends on creating a smooth client experience and selecting the proper partners, such as the SKALE Network and Digiwaxx. 360NFT is able to totally avoid the significant gas expenses associated with establishing smart contracts and minting NFTs by employing SKALE. Customers can also claim their NFTs without having to pay for gas, which can add up to hundreds of dollars during busy times. In the end, this lets fans get music into their hands swiftly and effortlessly, allowing them to listen to the hottest tracks in seconds. For the past 20 years, Digiwaxx, a free online digital music pool for DJs, has been the premier platform for marketing and digital music promotion for the hip hop, R&B, reggae, and dancehall music industries.
The official drop time for “Write My Wrongs” at https://360nft.io will be at noon on November 26th. There will be three NFT music tracks available, each with just 126,000 downloads in a 24-hour period, as well as Israel Wilson’s NFT digital artwork.
Source: Digital Weekday