Memories can be fleeting but a new partnership is underway to help through digital footprints.
According to a press release, Warner Music Group will join heads with Web3 protocol POAP Inc. to mint memories through digital mementos. Collectors will have an opportunity to celebrate some of the pinnacle experiences of their lives.
Tapping in, Kevin Gates is slated to integrate POAPs for his upcoming Khaza Tour during a show on April 16 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
Statement From Kevin Gates, According To A Press Release:
“Anytime we can give our extended family something new, special, organic, and sentimental, I’m wit it. This will be our first time performing at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Nervous, excited, but ready. 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! In Closing: I remain The Same. Forever: #TheBeloved.”
Collectors Could Also Receive Future Rewards
Collectors will receive “authenticated digital proof” that they participated in an experience or attended an event. Additionally, they will have a chance to connect with other members who purchased a POAP.
What’s more, collectors can expect rewards in the future from the issuer including airdrops, raffles, private chat rooms, and exclusive content, according to a press release.
“The bridges that POAPs forge between our digital identities and our physical lives provide a tangible layer to our experiences and memories,” said Oana Ruxandra, Chief Digital Officer & EVP, Business Development, WMG, according to a press release. “Music has always been highly contextual: who we are and what we are doing all affect how we perceive a record. POAPs provide artists and fans new ways to hold on to moments shared forever. We’re really looking forward to collaborating with the POAP team as we continue to explore and innovate.”