New Blockchain Album From BT Metaversal Breaks New Ground

Puzzles, NFT, hidden messages      06/10/21

New Blockchain Album From BT Metaversal Breaks New Ground


BT has released another body of work in the form of the new Metaversal Album? The question mark is there because its really not just that, but a collection of music, code, puzzles and artwork released as a blockchain based treasure hunt. Fans can unlock up to 33 NFT tokens which will add to the value of the piece should you be able to solve them.

BT has long been a fan of hidden messages in music and as we know he has an inquisitive mind. This new work comes on the back of Genesis.JSON which fetched  88.8 ETH (crypto currency equivalent of around $212k)

Metaversal is essentially a collection of code, artwork puzzles and images linked to 11 tracks of music which can be played by anyone over at https://btmusic.com/metaversal/

Metaversal is the first album imagined as a programatic blockchain experience. It encompasses beautiful audio reactive art, music that adapts to time, and collection of physical fine art sculptures from the audio waveforms of the songs themselves. The Metaversal engine has Web 3.0 connectivity that allows fans to solve a cryptographic treasure hunt and win 1/1 NFT's

The code and the blockchain are used to generate unique listening and visual experiences based on time of day and other factors. But to actually own a piece of it, you would have to bid on one of the 11 available NFTs over at 
nft.btmusic.com - 

These have now all sold with the auction ended, and generated considerable sums on the open NFT market - the launch was  in conjunction with Origin Protocol's NFT Launchpad. But it is also possible for people to solve the cyphers and puzzles within Metaversal to own one (or more?) of the additional 33 NFTs hidden within.

These 33 hidden NFTs that can be redeemed for  physical limited edition box sets, each individually numbered.  These has also now been found.
According to BT, these were pretty deeply hidden, including map grids Fibonacci spirals only accessible via the Chrome Javascript developer console - he was surprised at how quickly they were found. We noticed that 4 of these  are up for resale with prices ranging from $8520 - $50,000!

We'll be talking to BT later on Sonic TALK 686

 



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