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Twitter, Discord to support Solana NFT gallery ‘embed’ with Audius Web 3.0

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California-based music streaming platform Audius launched a brand new perform that permits artists and followers to embed nonfungible tokens (NFT) on varied blogs and social media platforms reminiscent of Twitter and Discord.

The “embedded” performance goals to enhance fan engagement for musicians by NFT adoption and Net 3.0 integrations. To allow the function, artists want to attach their Audius accounts with Phantom pockets, a crypto pockets centered across the Solana ecosystem. Aiming to extend the discoverability of Solana NFTs, the corporate said:

“NFT holders can embed their collectibles from the 2 greatest blockchains on Twitter timelines, private blogs, and web sites. Because of this new function, will additional push collectibles into the mainstream.”

Supply: Audius

The blockchain-based music streaming platform hosts standard mainstream artists, together with Katy Perry, Nas and The Chainsmokers, and has witnessed a sevenfold enhance within the variety of customers in 2021.

Supply: Audius

Whereas social media platforms enable using JPEG pictures, the embed performance provided by Audius shows the NFT metadata, which can be utilized by artists to market and promote their expertise.

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As Cointelegraph reported on Nov. 10, Interchain Basis council member Tess Rinearson introduced she was becoming a member of Twitter’s Bluesky undertaking for “exploring how concepts from crypto communities can assist us push the boundaries of what’s potential with identification, neighborhood, possession and extra.”

On Friday, Twitter CEO and Sq. founder Jack Dorsey released a white paper on a soon-to-be-launched decentralized Bitcoin (BTC) change, tbDEX.