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Warner Music Group In Partnership With POAP To Mint NFTs

Warner music group (WMG), an American multinational complex with headquarters in New York, has recently signed a partnership deal with POAP, a blockchain project that is aimed at composing unique digital collectibles for event attendees.

POAPs are blockchain-based digital trophies minted as NFTs to celebrate life’s remarkable moments. Warner music group is planning to tap into the rarity of these non-fungible tokens to make everlasting memories of its music events and also provide fans with the platform to interact with their favorite entertainment icons.

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Included in the initiative, hip hop artist Kevin Gates will make POAPs a part of his Khaza tour, and all the attendees of his shows scheduled to hold at Red Rocks Amphitheater on April 16 will get the NFT.

Summing up to serving as proofs of events attendance, the team says POAPs will also link holders to a whole online community of like-minded people, serve as a requirement for collectors to receive future rewards such as airdrops, private chat rooms, exclusive content, and so much more from the organizers of the event.

“It’s been a long time coming. Can’t wait for everyone to grab their POAPs so we can commemorate and remember this forever. It’s going to be a special night and we can’t wait to see everyone there,” according to Gates.

This is not the first time an entertainer under the Warner music group will assign POAPs to fans. Atlantic Records’ upcoming artist – Oliver Tree, has also recently offered people present at his album launch (Cowboy Tears) POAPs.

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