Punjabi singer Sunanda Sharma launches her first musical NFTs via FanTiger

FanTiger, a music non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace, has launched its first music NFT with Punjabi singer and actress Sunanda Sharma. Thanks to this launch, Sharma released her song “9-9 Mashukan” as NFT.

According to Prashan Agarwal, co-founder and CEO of FanTiger, Indian music is set to take its place in the metaverse, and the marketplace aims to make that a reality for Indian artists. “Over the past few months, we’ve seen over 150,000 music lovers show interest in our upcoming NFTs. FanTiger aims to engage and innovate in the music NFT space for artists, music lovers, fans and collectors,” he added.

According to an official statement from Sharma, she has opened the waiting list for her new song 9-9 Mashuka for fans to book their place on FanTiger.com to invest in her NFT music, which will allow them to buy the property. partial of the song, royalty income, exclusive community access, limited edition signed merchandise, and the ability to personally interact with Sunanda Sharma. Every NFT music purchased through FanTiger should be secured on a blockchain.

“NFTs are a technology that has the potential to create an impact on the Indian music industry. I invite my fans and music lovers to be part of this journey at FanTiger and support my NFT music. NFTs to interact with my fans in new ways soon,” Sharma said.

The announcement comes shortly after FanTiger’s recent $5.5 million seed round led by Multicoin Capital. The company plans to use the funds raised to grow its team across products, technology, expand industry partnerships and onboard more Indian artists.

FanTiger’s vision is to onboard 10 million fans into the community and spread education and awareness around digital collectibles. It also plans to roll out initiatives aimed at the careers of more than 100,000 artists using NFTs.

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