Years & Years introduce new cryptocurrency, YearCoin
Cryptocurrency creation continues to grow more prevalent among producers active in the electronic sphere, as evidenced in Years & Years’ development of their very own currency. The British band’s gravitation towards digital currency mimics that of 3LAU, Don Diablo, and Gramatik, artists who’ve exhibited interest in crypto-currency. 3LAU notably wrote his own beginner’s guide to cryptocurrency, while Don Diablo and Gramatik devised their own currencies, HEXCOIN and GRMTK, respectively.
Years & Years are clearly in good crypto company as they introduce the ‘official cryptocurrency of Palo Santo,’ YearCoin. Participants in the group’s digital currency will have the ability to ‘mine’ YearCoins by performing tasks relative to Years & Years’ catalogue. Streaming the artists’ single, ‘Sanctify’ on Spotify, pre-ordering their forthcoming sophomore album, ‘Palo Santo,’ and sharing the cryptocurrency online, for instance, all count towards users’ YearCoin counts. Once a player garners 1,000 Year Coins, that user will earn a ‘Palo Santo’ ID card.
ATTENTION HUMANS! The official crypto-currency of Palo Santo can now be yours !! Mine enough YearCoin to buy your very own Palo Santo ID card. Click here ⬇ https://t.co/F1VWNCsQbI pic.twitter.com/Cdcf0xMrAn
— Years & Years (@yearsandyears) May 21, 2018
Those interested in learning more about YearCoin can visit the cryptocurrency’s official website, here.
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