NFT Music Marketplace - Make Money With Your Songs Monday April 12 2021, 8:00 PM
Yona Marie
Singer, Songwriter, Producer.
NFT Music Marketplace - Make Money With Your Songs

My Cryptocurrency Journey

You may or may not know this, but I'm a crypto nerd. I've been following the news on bitcoin since 2015, always researching, always peeking over and wondering if I should take a risk and get myself a wallet, always checking the charts to see who's spiking.

I got really deep into the research around 2018, right before the second big cryptocurrency crash, but I didn't take any action (like a big dummy).

At the start of this year, I finally decided it's now or never, and with the help of Youtube, or Youtube university as I like to call it, I'm all in mentally and financially.

Okay, maybe not ALL in, but I've put a nice amount of my savings into the crypto space, and I'm seeing some great results so far.

You may say, "But Yona, that crypto stuff is complicated and not FDIC insured; I don't want to play around with that until it's more widely adopted", but that's where you're missing out.

That's like people in the 90s who were saying, "But that internet and dot com stuff is complicated; I'll wait before I invest." Or me saying, "But that bitcoin stuff is way too ahead of its time; I'm not trying to buy a whole bitcoin for $200 bucks" like a BIG DUMMY, I tell ya! 

Long story short, I recommend anyone reading this to invest in cryptocurrency.

I know, it's a lot to learn, but if you're low on time and excited about this amazing new space that is making billionaires and millionaires every day, just throw some money into bitcoin and let it sit for a few years. You'll thank me later.

If you want some details, I'm invested in BTC, BNB, ADA, XRP, ETH, and a few smaller altcoins that are soon to make me a gazillion bucks. Be jealous. (Or just join me!)


What Is an NFT?

To make a very long and complicated explanation short and easy to digest, cryptocurrencies are coins traded on a blockchain. A blockchain is a public ledger, a long list of documentation that shows every single crypto transaction. 

While most crypto gets value from its money's worth, there is a new type of coin or 'token' called "non-fungible tokens". These tokens can include a digital copy of anything - artwork, music, a game, a blog, a video - anything really. 

Here's the cool part: If an artist or musician wants to give away a few, exclusive copies of something, sometimes even just one copy, they can now do so with non-fungible tokens. 

What makes this different from getting a digital copy of anything another way?

The blockchain has all the proof. 

The blockchain call tells you what buyer(s) have the official copies of something, in a place where everyone can see and nothing can be edited or changed. If you have the real copy of a piece of art, while others just have some poor bootleg copied version, it's obvious. 

And exclusivity is the key to a lot of success in the creative world! 


Music NFTs

When the concept of NFTs first dropped a few months back, popular and non-popular musicians alike decided to capitalize on the opportunity to make exclusive products for their fans while getting an actually decent amount of revenue back from it.

Remember, getting money from streaming sucks hard these days, and the pandemic made it pretty impossible to tour, so it's been hard to make a living for the last year or so if you solely rely on music. 

Now for the honest truth here: It's possible to make great money from NFTs when you have an established fan base. It's not so easy if you're looking to get discovered in this space.

A few newcomers took advantage of the timing and were able to create NFTs that got visibility, but it was only because of the fact that they were all racing to create one of the first few hundred NFTs to ever exist. 

Since this is still a new space ripe with opportunity, it'll be wise to keep your eye out for innovative ideas in the very near future. Celebrities in all fields are having a profitable time with this, including Snoop Dogg, Kings of Leon, and R&B singer Shontelle. 

Regardless of whether the NFT space can profit you now or later, it is an interesting way for all musicians and artists to be paid for the magic they will be making in the future. 

NFT Music Marketplaces

There are several new marketplaces springing up that focus on music NFTs. The most popular ones include The Music Marketplace, Air NFTs (which has a music section, but a larger range of NFTs as well), and Submerge, which is still in the middle of its launch as of September 2021. 

Are you looking to discover how you can make a profit on the NFT disrupting revolution?
Did you just find out about NFTs? Do you want to jump in as a musician?
Are you finding it tricky to get all the information in the same place or just utterly confusing? 

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Yona Marie

As a session singer, writer, and producer that has worked with over 200 clients to provide high-quality jingles, singles, and features, Yona spends her time creating and marketing new music and helpful resources for creators. Her recent collaborations include work with PBS Sound Field, Tribe of Noise, and the National Black Chamber of Commerce. Check out Yona’s latest releases on her Spotify, her Youtube and share if you like it!

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