DJ Steve Aoki touts music’s unstoppable embrace of NFTs, Web3

Digital assets like NFTs could better connect musicians to fans and for marketing, says DJ Steve Aoki — Bloomberg

Digital assets like nonfungible tokens could help musicians build better relationships with their fans, according to Steve Aoki, a keynote panelist at last week’s NFT | LA conference in California.

The Grammy-nominated musician – known for popular remixes of songs like Kid Cudi’s "Pursuit of Happiness” – told Bloomberg he sees the decentralised world of Web3 giving artists more control of their work. In fact, he says he has made more money selling NFTs than he did in 10 years of making music.

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