Mig Mora thought his music career was over in 2012. He’d released a few albums, but they hadn’t generated much income. He’d given up on making music as a full-time career and had started working in technology.

This year, Mig Mora released an NFT project that generated more money in 60 seconds than he’d ever made from a full year of releasing music. What changed? Mig Mora started using blockchain technology to release his music. While Mig Mora has only released one track on the blockchain, he’s seen some promising returns. That song is called “Spottie_WiFi” and it was released via Swisscex. In the first 60 seconds after release, the song had raised over $2000 worth of ETH.

Mig Mora is part of a new generation of artists who are using blockchain technology to distribute their music and earn income from it. This new generation of crypto artists are called “cryptopunks.” Cryptopunks are a sub-genre of future-punk music–a style where the sounds are similar to what you’d hear in the dystopian cyberpunk realm. Cryptopunks fuse sci-fi with hip hop beats. Mig Mora is one of the first artists to use the blockchain to release music. He’s hoping that his music will inspire other artists to do the same. “I want this to be a movement, not just me releasing music on the blockchain,” said Mig Mora. “I want people to see that they can do this, too.” Mig Mora is a cryptopunk rapper from Valencia, Spain. He started his music career in 2006 and has released three albums. In 2012, he stopped releasing music as a full-time career to focus on technology. This year, he released an NFT project that generated more money in 60 seconds than he’d ever made from a full year of releasing music. What changed? Mig Mora started using blockchain technology to release his music. While Mig Mora has only released one track on the blockchain, he’s seen some promising returns.