OPUS beta tests have started

We are releasing the first beta of the OPUS Web Player on the TestNet to test all the functions. The player is available on our new website: opus.audio, with a limited amount of content.

Jun 4, 2018 · 2 min read

Over the next few weeks, we will be conducting extensive tests, taking feedback, and fixing any issues we find on the OPUS Web Player. We want to ensure that the UI/UX is intuitive and easy to use, for artists and fans alike.

The player can be accessed here for fans and for artists.


While OPUS works closely with many artists from around the globe, the library currently available will be quite limited as we give artists time to upload their music. It is important to stress again that we are in the testing stage, and our music library will grow significantly in the coming weeks.

Presently, the platform is less about the amount of content, and more about how well everything is accessible and how smoothly everything runs. When we are certain that the platform is fine with the small amount of content on there, more artists will add their tracks by the day.


We ask kindly for patience while we fix any issues we encounter, bearing in mind that we are more concerned about technical and graphical issues right now, than with the size of the library; and encourage everyone to get in touch with us on any of the following if you find anything that needs fixing:

Mobile coming soon

We expect our mobile apps to be released within a week of the web player launch. There will be a separate announcement for this. The mobile apps will have more content than our web player currently does.

New email addresses

Our two new email addresses are:

  • contact@opus.audio: used for all correspondence regarding OPUS.
  • artists@opus.audio: used for correspondence with artists, both those who have already joined OPUS and those interested in coming board.

Our current email address, info@opus-foundation.org, will remain functional and will continue to be checked during this period, but we strongly encourage everyone to use the new addresses provided above.

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Opus is a open-source decentralized music sharing platform with demo based on Ethereum and IPFS.

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