The famous English rock band muse, has been associated with Dapper Labs, the company behind the viral blockchain game CryptoKitties.
Cooperation, This follows Dapper Labs’ partnership with the Warner Music Groupwill focus on the creation of two blockchain-backed collectibles, including a limited edition Kitty “signed” by the band.
Projects like CryptoKitties involve unique but tradable blockchain assets known as non-fungible tokens.that can be used to represent all kinds of virtual goods and also the real world.
Video games, digital art, and even memes can be tokenized and monetizedthat circulate on blockchain networks in a peer-to-peer community of online fans.
The new edition of Collectible Kitties is designed using elements of the visual world that Muse created in their latest album. “Simulation theory”.
Two characters that will appear in the new collection are “Marty” and “Mibbles”. the first is based on the incarnation of lead singer Matt Bellamy in the video for “Something Human” and the second a mini-monster announcing the video for “Pressure”.
Speaking of new project, the CEO of Dapper Labs, Roham Charegozlo, claimed that collectibles have the power “Transform the relationship between artists and fans”, an idea echoed by a Warner Music manager, Tiago Correia, saying:
“With the increasing digitization of our lives, people are expressing their fandom in fascinating new ways. For some, the concept of a purely digital item is still unusual, but for many fans who enjoy interacting with stickers and filters, these items are just another self-expression tool. ”
In the past few years, Muse has made technology a notable feature in their rock shows and touring for albums such as “Drones” and “Simulation Theory”..
As previously reported, when CryptoKitties first launched on its main network, Dapper Labs, known for causing unprecedented network congestion on the Ethereum network, recently announced the parallel launch of the game in its blockchain “Flow”..
In an interview with Cointelegraph, Charegozlo said the impetus behind Flow is to create a “high yield environment” for non-fungible tokens.
In 2019 CryptoKitties had generated over 2 million transactions, the highest among all decentralized consumer apps on Ethereum.