LimeWire Is Relaunching... But With A Twist

The iconic LimeWire is making a comeback, but it's going to be different this time. Sorry Millennials.

The service will now be an NFT marketplace with a focus on music, art, and other entertainment-related content.

The original LimeWire launched in 2000, as a hub for pirated music and videos. The platform was shut down in 2010, after a US District Court Judge ruled against the company in a copyright infringement case.

LimeWire GmbH will allow you “to buy and trade a variety of music-related assets, such as limited editions, pre-release music, unreleased demos, graphical artwork, exclusive live versions, as well as digital merchandise and backstage content. Prices are in U.S. dollars instead of crypto and users can purchase tokens with credit cards and bank accounts.

The service plans to launch in May.

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