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Emanate Builds A Music Streaming Platform On EOS Blockchain

Emanate, a Sydney based collaboration and a streaming network are set to transform the musical world with blockchain built on EOS.

The Emanate Innovation To The Music Arena

Emanate has introduced a new way to enhance the productivity of musicians and also make them earn every penny of their labour, Sydney based collaboration and streaming network.
The new way is made possible by the blockchain. The underlying technology of cryptocurrency that has consistently transform every facet of the human society. It is a technology that is mostly regarded as the future of the tech world.
The blockchain innovation will not only make the musicians earn, but it will also aid smart collaboration with other artists and parties to avoid dispute in partnership. The website of Emanate explains that “each time artists collaborate an agreement is executed on the ledger, this brings clear transparency to the artists, and for the music producers and record labels it expedites the processes of dealing with multiple parties and long negotiations.”
The tech is targeted at not only aiding the income of musicians but also to help the group of “struggling musicians”.
The CEO of Emanate, Sean Gardner described the platform tagged “Audio Exchange Protocol” as something that will put the music community back at the centre of their world.

The Partnership And Motivation For the Project

According to the Gardener, the project was motivated by the desire to transform the music industry. This he noted that,
“We think there should be one place on the internet for artists to upload final audio tracks where they can be collaborated on, integrated into other systems, embedded and ultimately allow payments to flow back to the originators in real time.”
The partnership with EOS for the blockchain dapp gives it better productivity because of its scalability in comparison to most blockchain platform.
Notably, to aid its growth and use, Emanate is raising fund towards the launching of its Minimum Viable Product (MVP). It has also partnered with Vampr.me, a mobile platform named among Apple’s Best Apps of 2017. Vampr is reputed for its ever-growing viewership of about 2,000 new users daily, with over 400,000 artists on the platform.

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