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NFT music: Mad Rabbits Riot Club debuts mixtape ‘Welcome To Gang Wars’ that can be purchased with cryptocurrency

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Houston, TX (KTRK) — A group of collectors who met in the crypto world have built a community where both artists and consumers can profit from their digital assets. And now they’ve teamed up with the Houston artist to release his NFT, non-fungible token, mixtape called “Welcome to Gang Wars.”

NFTs exist in the world of cryptocurrencies, but they hold true value for real money. Mad Rabbids Riot ClubMRRC started as PFP, an avatar-like profile picture project that people use online.

MRRC’s collection of 7,500 unique Mad Rabbit NFTs is a digital collection that resides on the Ethereum blockchain.

Carlos Buentello, creator of MRRC, is known as Nauts in the crypto world.he said they teamed up Sideways People who were already collecting NFTs made the new project feel “organic”.

The mixtape features artists from Sideways, a Juno Award-winning multi-platinum artist collective based in Toronto, Canada.

“This is the first time, we are in uncharted territory here,” said Buentello.

Think of owning NFT music like owning a vinyl record. You can stream music anywhere for free, but owning an original copy of the record is worth it. Owning NFT music transfers ownership to the blockchain, which is essentially a public record of ownership. formalize.

“As we grow as a brand, our collectors grow with us,” Buentello said. “It is very compelling to keep these NFTs as the world continues to build and create new things never seen before in music and NFTs.”

MRRC x Sideways album ‘Welcome To Gang Wars’ released in first phase Nifty Gateway’s web3 platform October 31st.

The release date for the second phase will be available on web2, where you can stream anywhere, but has not yet been announced.

Nifty Gateway is an all-in-one platform that makes it easy to buy, sell, and store digital art and collectibles.

“We started with Phase 1, 7,500 rabbits. .gang war‘And as the story continues to evolve, we’ve created these ten factions that you can choose who to rock with,’ explained Buentello. There are 10 gangs related to Mad Rabbits and 10 tracks related to this drop. ”

Several MRRC holders, including Kirko Bangz, Donkeeboy and David Anderson III, call Houston home.

In addition to purchasing music NFTs, it also comes with digital artwork created by artists in Houston and around the world.

MRRC co-founder Darion Richards is known as Thruster in the crypto world.

“A big part of the web3, blockchain, the crypto economy is ownership. Personal ownership of digital assets. What we saw[in 2021]was avatar ownership. created this collectible avatar to bridge the digital world. Not only did we want to bridge these two worlds with this beautiful aesthetic, but we also created something that would motivate people to collect NFTs. I wanted to,” Richards said.

The creators say they started the project in 2021 to build a community of shared values. Having a digital community makes these digital assets accessible and makes people more involved.

“We understood what the community wanted,” said Buentello. “The relationships we’re building while building this project are the most important thing to me as a founder.”

“Our goal is to create that safe space,” Richards added. We want to give access to exceptional artists and highlight these talents in this world.”

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