Twitter and Discord support Solana NFT gallery embedded in Audius Web 3.0

Audius, a music streaming platform based in California, has released a new feature that allows artists and fans to embed non-fungible tokens (NFT) on various blogs and social media platforms such as Twitter and Discord.

The “embedded” feature is designed to increase fan participation of musicians through the use of NFT and Web 3.0 integration. To enable this feature, artists need to connect their Audius account with the Phantom wallet, which is an encrypted wallet centered on the Solana ecosystem. To improve the discoverability of Solana NFT, the company stated:

“NFT holders can embed collectibles from the two largest blockchains on Twitter timelines, personal blogs, and websites. This new feature will further promote collectibles to become mainstream.”

Source: Otis

This blockchain-based music streaming platform has popular mainstream artists, including Katy Perry, Nas, and The Chainsmokers, and the number of users has increased by more than seven times in 2021.

Source: Otis

Although social media platforms allow the use of JPEG images, the embedded function provided by Audius displays NFT metadata, which artists can use to market and sell their talents.

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