The popular English rock band Muse is collaborating with Dapper Labs, the company behind the virus game CryptoKitties.
The collaboration, which follows Dapper Labs’ partnership with Warner Music Group, will focus on the creation of two blockchain-protected cryptocurrencies, including a Kitty “signed” by the group.
Projects like CryptoKitties contain unique but tradable blockchain assets known as non-exchangeable tokens that can be used to represent all types of goods both virtual and real.
Video games, digital art and even memes can be tokenized and monetized on a blockchain in a peer-to-peer community of online fans.
The new edition of Collectibles will be created using elements from the visual world created by Muse on their latest album, Simulation Theory.
The new collection will feature two characters: Marty and Maples: the first is based on the portrayal of singer Matt Bellamy in the “Something Human” video, and the second is a small monster from the “press” video.
Speaking about the new project, Dapper Labs CEO Roham Charegozlo said the blockchain holdings could “change the relationship between artists and fans,” as Warner Music CEO Thiago Correia said, saying:
“As our lives become more digital, people are expressing their fanbase in new and exciting ways. For some, the concept of a purely digital element is still unusual, but for many fans who like to use stickers and filters, these elements are just another expression tool. About the self. ”
In recent years, Muse has embraced new technologies in rock shows and album tours such as drones and simulation theory.
As previously reported, Dapper Labs, known for having unique network load on the Ethereum network when CryptoKitties first launched on the home network, announced a parallel launch of the game on the Flow blockchain.
In an interview with Cointelegraph, Charegozlo said that Flow was driven by the creation of a “high throughput environment” for non-exchangeable tokens.
During 2019, CryptoKitties created more than 2 million transactions, which is the highest of all Ethereum-based decentralized apps.