One of the great selling points of the Web3 sphere comes in its promise of massive scale interoperability. A grand technological marvel where entirely different platforms can merge ideas and themes with seamless simplicity. This was recently demonstrated when crypto native musical duo, KarmaVioletta, crossed the threshold from innovative Web3 music platform, Sound.xyz, into the pixelated wonderland of the Voxels Metaverse.
Pioneering in the Web3 Space
Earlier this Month, KarmaVioletta launched the pre-sale of their second song via the Sound.xyz platform, featuring an innovative distribution process and additional discount for existing collectors. Then later that same day, the musical innovators cemented their Web3 credentials by hosting a spectacular celebration party within the Voxels virtual world. During which, they issued forth a live performance of their back catalogue of sweet tunes.
Gm 🤍 Presale for our 2nd song on @soundxyz_ starts TODAY at 5pm EST! Half price for our existing collectors only ✨
Details in next tweet 👇🏻 https://t.co/qFPTqnO4us
— KarmaVioletta on Sound on 1/11 💿 (@KarmaVioletta) January 6, 2023
On the face of it, it doesn’t seem like all that big a deal, but this merging of platforms and their ability to co-exist is really what sets Web3 apart. As such, these forms of cross-dimensional interoperability will spearhead the next wave of Web3 adoption. Sooner than you think, artists and collectors will be able to transpose their NFTs from one platform into the next, while NFT ownership will unlock a spectacular host of benefits within the Metaverse.
For now, this marks an important first step on a magnificent journey down the Web3 rabbit hole, one that will set the pace for things to come!
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