If you thought the cryptocurrency industry is getting too serious and needs a touch of levity to lighten the mood, you’re in luck. All-female Japanese anarchist J-pop group Cryptocurrency Girls are back, with a typically bizarre song, this time centered around non-fungible tokens ( NFTs ).
The group made headlines in Japan and elsewhere on the eve of crypto winter 2018, with symbols representing major tokens like bitcoin (BTC), ethereum (ETH), and binance coin (BNB), and its brokerage. talents pays you in cryptocurrencies. , refusing payments in fiat yen.
However, since their debut in 2018, things have been a bit quiet for the group. But the latest comeback tries to put everything in its place, with Japanese and English versions of a song called “NFT The World.”
The song and the group itself are the fruit of Cinderella Academy agency, which will (wait for it…) launch a series of Cryptocurrency Girls-themed NFTs next month.
According to a Cinderella press release, the video tells the story of the group sent back in time to Japan during the Edo period (1608-1867), where they must use NFTs and cryptocurrencies to save the inhabitants of a city from danger. Or something similar.
The NFTs in question feature eight Edo-period Ukiyoe-style artworks, each featuring a different member of the group. You can also buy an NFT of the original Japanese music video and a similar token for the English version. Or you can just watch it on YouTube for free. Whatever tickles you.
In the song, the girls bravely undertake to explain what an NFT is, humming:
“NFT stands for unique digital data in the world /
No one can copy and no one can change /
Because blockchain technology is based on it.”
They also take musical note of the fact that “artists get royalties every time someone buys NFTs.”
However, the girls also warn:
“But you have to be very careful when you want to buy /
There is no guarantee after you get the data /
Even if it is a fake.”
His advice? “Be sure to check social media and official websites !”
On the official status of the group ‘s website , the girls (or their PR managers) explained:
“We wanted to convey not only the advantages of NFTs, but also the disadvantages [with the new song]. Also, we want to promote and support the fact that this is a form of technology that can create a wonderful future in the world of entertainment. We are still on the learning curve, but we will study hard every day and do our best to help you. Thanks!”
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