Trance pioneer BT has released his 14th studio album, Metaversal, which follows in kind with his Genesis.Json album – meaning the album is built around 200,000 lines of code as a one-of-one NFT.
The Genesis.Json album proved to be a hit, selling for 88.8 ETH, or £187,000, on Superrare back in May of this year. BT is now looking to the crypto space once again with the release of Metaversal, which is described as not only an album, but an audio-visual playback engine and software cipher.
The album’s packages come in three tiers, available to 11 buyers only, with the top tier including the rights to the Metaversal engine’s 200,000 lines of code. Buyers also have the opportunity to win 33 unique and encrypted one-of-a-kind NFTs by solving cryptographic riddles woven into audio-reactive art displayed in the album’s Metaversal engine.
While the album will not be available for streaming, buyers will be able to access the album through a blockchain-based decentralised app.
The album looks to be a unique use of the digital space, as the Metaversal engine will play the album differently in three modes: day, night, and during the full moon. This unique feature was also a contributing factor in why the album is not available on ‘traditional’ streaming platforms
The album also comes with one of 11