Björk’s experimental music and album releases are known for their forays into new technology, with her 2016 world tour letting fans visit her home of Iceland through VR headsets set to her music. Her latest album Utopia is no exception, and those who purchase the record will receive cryptocurrency in the form of 100 Audiocoins (with a value of about $0.19), according to MusicAlly. Audiocoins are a two year old cryptocurrency aimed at the music industry.

London-based Blockpool is facilitating the offer, and will provide the 100 coins along with an e-wallet. Users can then sell the coins or trade them back into Bitcoin or another currency. Fans can also use four different types of cryptocurrencies to buy her album including Bitcoin,…

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