Dolly Parton announced on Wednesday that she will be performing for the first time in South by Southwest. Performance will be available via the Web3 experience. As she announced, she will “perform on the blockchain.” If it’s not an uncanny valley for you, Parton will also offer a free NFT (Non-Fungible Token) to all attendees. Additional NFTs will be available for purchase, including art and limited editions of her next album to support her novel with James Patterson. Orchid, rose, orchid. Welcome to Dreamers.
It is not possible to describe in words how much time was spent understanding these facts. As much as I love Dolly, it all sounds like perfect horse shit. Also, NFTs and blockchains are still very new, so it feels like I’m speaking in the language I’ve created. But this is new, isn’t it?Snoop has a snoop berth, someone Digital land plot For $ 450,000 at the end of last year. In partnership with THETA Katy Perry She has released a series of NFTs that include photos of her preparing to go on stage. Most of them can be purchased for about $ 250 per pop. I’m sure someone believes there is some definite explanation as to why someone does this, but from my point of view, in my dad, this is more than Stan culture means. It happens when you have money.
I don’t want to be the one who blows up the whole NFT.Some up-and-coming artists have pioneered space and released digital art that took over them. Complete ambiguity for art auction rock stars.. You see its value, but when it comes to people with total net worth close to $ 1 billion, like Perry, Snoop, and Dolly, this NFT business feels sullen. Going back a bit, I don’t know why someone buys an exclusive album that can be listened to on a streaming service because of the pride of owning it. Moreover, except for the fact that it’s a good way to make money, I can’t find any reason Dolly would offer it.In announcement On her website, Scott Greenberg, CEO of Blockchain Creative Labs, said the event was ” [fans] chance [to] Own and enjoy her music. Not just the right to stream, everything is designed to bring Dolly even closer to the fans. ” how?? By owning a work of art created solely for the purpose of selling on the blockchain?
I have already read The argument that NFT models can revolutionize the music industry It empowers creators, not record labels. It sounds promising when talking about the use of theoretical NFTs! However, current access points actually seem to be just an option for those who are already Basilionea. It tingles my working class roots to be at the end of the episode. Scooby-Doo. thinking about: Well, wealth is in it again!! It’s like blindly stepping into the strange crossroads of technology and late capitalism.There, someone can simply pay a grotesque amount to own something of value Said You were them. A work of art that is neither tangible nor particularly unique (in the case of album ownership). The overall purpose of an NFT can go into the semantics that it is “the only thing that exists”, but it feels like the logic of a magic eyebook to me.Your nose is 1 millimeter away from the photo, and you swear You are looking at something just because someone told you to do so.
No one hates asking Dolly as much as I do.I literally spent a year Do a podcast About her life and countless achievements. If she happens to donate all the proceeds from this NFT venture to a charity, I’ll be the first line to push five and a half stilettos of that size into my mouth. But it doesn’t seem to be part of this equation, nor is it part of these millionaires’ business plans.
The music NFT market continues to grow and everyone is stepping into the Metaverse, so it may be worth asking where to go and who will benefit. I think the beautiful part of capitalism is that once you get the money you spend, you blow it away. But the system also stinks of despair. Some of the wealthiest musicians in the world have wrapped something in their coats in very expensive coats and promise that coats will suffice. It’s beautiful and luxurious, while lining the pockets that didn’t need it in the first place.
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