The blockchain company Ripple developed a video game based on the XRP Ledger in collaboration with Styngr and Armada Music to release an entire album in the virtual game Maladroids (built on the XRP Ledger).
Ripple’s New Project
Maladroids is a play-to-earn game that will launch a music album in collaboration with the collaboration, according to a recent press release. A game developed on Ripple’s modular ecosystem will reward players with XRP tokens for competing with each other.
Maladroids’ release will be made more exciting by the release of the album. A soundtrack being created by the music integration company Stinger in partnership with the record label Armada Music will feature Tom Staar and Kryder performing new tracks each month throughout the first 180 days of the game’s launch.
NFTs and Music
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) were introduced by two famous dance music festivals earlier this year.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic postponing its events in 2020 and 2021, Coachella – a multi-day music and arts festival held in California – returned this April with more opportunities than average. The Metaverse space was also a part of the world’s largest music festival – Tomorrowland. Earlier this summer, it partnered with a large crypto exchange to bring Web 3 and NFT experiences to its fans in Belgium, as well as in the French Alps in March 2023.