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Here’s a recap of our many a-May-zing projects (sorry not sorry).
The long-awaited summer is finally here, even bringing some promise of live music events. Before I spiral into rants about how much I’ve missed them, without further ado, here’s the May recap.
🔬 What we focused on
Creating the music economy the world wants
As this Global News piece suggests (and also highlights us, yay), the old days and ways of music production and consumption are over. It’s time to push towards creating a better, fairer environment with the help of data insights, secure contracts and customized fan interactions.
We’ve already been doing the first part with our powerful data analytics, and now we’re exploring the second two with NFTs.
🥋 What we achieved
#1 Took the NFT project a step further
We’re now testing how the music community wants to go about NFTs, so we’ve published a page where all interested musicians can apply for their own NFT drop.
👉 Tell us about your NFT idea at nft.viberate.com.
#2 Guested at the Winter Music Conference
Vasja and UMEK attended this year’s WMC Virtual, where they showcased our analytics tools and the value of data.
Vasja describes his experience: “WMC Virtual was OK, but now it’s time to get our live conferences back. Business is about personal connections and meeting people in a way that allows us to build trust and relationships, and freely transmit contagions to one another. Conference organizers are already promising hybrid versions in 2022, but I’m positive (no pun intended) that I’ll get my ass on the plane and be there in person. I’ll even clap when the plane lands, because that’s how much I miss traveling. So get your ass vaccinated, because ...
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