Audius, a blockchain-powered, decentralized music streaming service, has recently announced integration with DeFi Land, a multi-chain agriculture simulation web-game.
The partnership will allow users to stream any of the millions of tracks in the Audius library while playing.
Audius, which has its own crypto token, AUDIO, is owned and run by an open-source community of artists, fans, and developers.
Radio station in the metaverse
“Starting Monday, users will be able to listen to their favorite Audius tracks while farming directly in DeFi Land,” read the announcement on Twitter.
Announcing: Audius Radio Tower
Audius is now fully integrated into @DeFi_Land
Starting Monday, users will be able to listen to their favorite Audius tracks while farming directly in DeFi Land https://t.co/3cD5z0InHw
— Audius (@AudiusProject) December 10, 2021
DeFi Land runs on top of established platforms–leveraging the use of well-known automated market makers (AMMs), decentralized exchanges (DEXes) and lending protocols through the game.
For example, players that are yield farming in the game, will be actually using different pools and staking platforms through DeFi Land’s interface.
“For example, when a player tries yield farming in our game they will actually be using different pools and staking platforms through our interface
DeFi Land’s native token, DFL, can be used, besides for governance votes, for competing, betting, tipping, as well as trading in-game assets and NFTs.
Created to gamify decentralized finance
“There are more than 2.5 billion gamers around the world. With DeFi Land, we’re sharing a new way to become involved in decentralized finance, a fresh take on the space,” said DFL Erwin, Founder of DeFi Land.
“Integrations like these are very valuable for mass adoption because they offer a unique user experience for easier and friendlier participation, and we look forward to seeing what comes next,” he added.
Interest in the platform is on the rise–with $10 million of volume processed within the beta version alone.
Currently, prior to its public launch, which is set to arrive on the market in several weeks, the platform is capped at 800 users.
This September, DeFi Land raised $4.1 million in a funding round led by Animoca Brands and Alameda Research.
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