Any user can create a track by entering a word or phrase. To generate melodies, the developer used the ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot from OpenAI, he specified in a comment for Decrypt.
Music engine became an addition to the text-based RPG game Descent Into Darkness by Ratoshi, so the tracks have a characteristic sound for 8-bit consoles.
To implement the solution, the developer used recursive labels.
Initially, the tokens and NFTs issued using Ordinals were completely autonomous. In June, the protocol team introduced recursive labels that can refer to each other. This made it possible to bypass the 4 MB block space limit for the size of bitcoin digital artifacts.
According to the dashboard on Dune Analytics, since the introduction of the Ordinals protocol in January, users have released about 14.7 million digital artifacts. The most popular type for bitcoin-NFTs are texts – almost 86% of the total. Next in popularity are images in various formats. Music files have a nominal presence in the space.
Recall that the Luminex platform team introduced the BRC-69 standard, which simplifies and reduces the cost of recursive inscription NFT collections.
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