Atlanticus, the new musical experience driven NFT platform, secured a unique NFT involving the Magna Carta and an exclusive track from Paul Oakenfold!
It is the start of a new era in music, with the first release, in July, of Atlanticus!
Atlanticus is the new musical experience-driven NFT platform offering exclusive experiences to creators and fans. They are honored, in partnership with Hawkwood International, to secure a unique NFT. It involves the Magna Carta and a unique piece of music by Paul Oakenfold.
The Magna Carta is accompanied by the King’s Writ, a one-of-a-kind letter from King John in 1215. Atlanticus have the opportunity to be part of the 800-year-old history by adding a 21st Century NFT to it.
“Atlanticus have the creativity and imagination to help create the kind of unique digital piece we envisaged in a thoughtful and sensitive way. They really understand how to help tell a story in the right way, regardless of the priceless nature of the manuscript. We’re working closely with them to find the right music collaborator.” said Luke Purser, Director at Hawkwood International.
The right music collaborator as Luke said, will be Paul Oakenfold! He is a three-time Grammy Award nominee and international superstar DJ. He said:
“It is a unique honour to be able to connect my music to such an iconic priceless manuscript, knowing that it will live on for ever more.“
Atlanticus offers freedom for any artists in the world, by utilizing blockchain and NFT technology. Indeed, those can share instantly their tracks, albums, DJ sets, videos, music experiences, and any music-related creation. Therefore, the artists can address better their community. Moreover, music lovers can own rare, unique, and exclusive creations numbered and digitally signed on the blockchain.
Created and developed by and for music lovers, Atlanticus is about enjoying and sharing exclusive music between artists and communities.
“We’re delighted as a music platform to be given the unique opportunity to unite both the foundations of individual freedom and those of dance music with the Magna Carta Libertatum & Paul Oakenfold“ said Stéphane Schweitzer, owner of Clubbing TV & co-founder at Atlanticus.
The company will also reserve a portion of all its proceeds for donation to its ‘Atlanticare‘ initiative. It provides recording equipment and a way to benefit from the digital income from their creations to musicians.
You can already pre-register right HERE, and also get a sneak preview of the launch! For any questions or inquiries, you can also contact the Press & Artist relation at ‘firstname.lastname@example.org‘. If you are a business or potential partner, you can contact ‘email@example.com‘.