Viberate has published an open call to all musicians who might be interested in what they call “the new music economy”, NFTs!
The music research and analytics platform Viberate plans to test whether the NFT craze is more than just a fad! They are interested in knowing if the music community is ready.
This initiative would be the start of managing bookings and fan engagements with the help of big data insights and tokenized contracts.
You can read our article about the launch of Viberate if you want to know more about it, HERE!
In April, Viberate worked with acclaimed Techno DJ and producer UMEK to successfully drop the world’s first live gig NFT. Everything you need to know about the first-ever live event NFT is in our article HERE!
“It was an amazing opportunity and I’m so glad I went for it,” UMEK commented on his drop. “We sold both my live gig NFT and my livestream NFT in less than 24 hours – and to an L.A. venue of all places. What’s more, I immediately got another offer for a Miami gig thanks to the drop, so you can imagine my absolute joy – not only will live events finally return after all these months being stuck indoors, I’ve just secured bookings in two of my favorite cities on the planet! Now, I hope more industry people will jump on the bandwagon, as NFTs are more than a current craze – they’re the beginning of a smarter, safer and more flexible way of doing business.”
Viberate proposes three main NFT categories: live performance NFTs, livestream NFTs, and customized “experience” NFTs.
If you are interested, you can submit your NFT application HERE!