WILSONN Is Breaking Barriers With NFTs

WILSONN is breaking barriers in music like never before. The line between music and technology is so thin now. With streaming being the easiest way to consume tunes, artists are doing all they can to stay ahead of the curve. The Billboard charting and award-winning Soul Modern/Universal Music Australian artist made history, bringing us the first Australian interactive music video using an AR Filter for Instagram stories.

The AR filter was created to promote his single “Standing Floors.” Moreover, the interactive music video fetched a final bid of USD 44,110 via blockchain marketplace Monegraph. Furthermore, the design features a creative design from Laurent Marcus. Also, the AR filter allowed viewers to interact with an animated version of WILSONN through their front and back phone cameras.

WILSONN wants to share his experience with NFTs with the Australian music community!

“You would need to rack up 11 million streams to get paid by Spotify in royalties for what I made for my NFT in one week of auctioning,”


“If I can do it, so can you. I will hopefully be able to help and guide anyone who wants to know about how I did it. You just need to think outside the box. Also, you have to get the knowledge on the next wave of tech and opportunities being developed. An NFT is a non-interchangeable unit of data stored on an online blockchain that certifies its authenticity. Photos, videos, audio files, and other digital assets can be traded and sold as NFTs.

“You also don’t need to wait for 12-24 months to get paid that money in increments. Moreover, when you make that money upfront once the final bid for your NFT is made and sealed. My NFT went to the final bidder for USD $44,110. That’s 16.9 ETH (Ethereum, a popular cryptocurrency) coins.”


Check out the AR Filter CLICK HERE.

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