British rock band Muse became the first artist to adapt their NFT (Non-Fungible Token) albums to UK and Australian charts, marking a new chart-eligible format for the first time in seven years.
After the release of their ninth studio album, People’s willOn August 26th, the NFT edition of the album will be sold via the “environmentally friendly” crypto platform Serenade, which previously sold the official Brit Awards NFT for £ 10 each in February.
The Official Charts Company (OCC) in the United Kingdom made it possible to list NFT albums on charts a few months ago, but this is the first time a vendor (in this case Serenade) has been approved as a digital retailer of chart returns. is.
OCC CEO Martin Talbot said of the Muse album: It’s great that this is becoming a reality. “
The founder of Serenade Max Shand believes that this represents the future of NFTs, saying, “What fans want is simple and easy to understand, but it gives them a sense of intimacy with the artist and recognition from other fans.” I am.
To maintain access for NFTs and fans who want to be part of the cryptocurrency community, Serenade has ensured that buyers do not need to have a cryptocurrency wallet prior to purchase. Purchasing any of her NFT albums on Serenade’s website will create a digital wallet and transfer the NFTs to that wallet.
The Muse NFT album retails for £20 and is limited to 1,000 copies worldwide.
For more information on how to get your hands on the NFT version of Will of the People, please visit: Serenade.co.