New Live Music Blockchain-Driven Platform Successfully Launches Rewarding System

first_imgIf you want to work in music, Viberate has a perfect opportunity for you. The blockchain-driven platform for the live music industry introduces a rewarding system, enabling music enthusiasts from all over the world to help shape the future of the industry while being compensated for their efforts.Viberate is on a mission to list and map the global live music industry, deliver more transparency, increase payment discipline, and enable under-the-radar artists to gain exposure. Like other cyber networks, the company’s goal is to develop a comprehensive marketplace where musicians will be able to get paid in cryptocurrencies, and give event organizers a set of tools to find and book performers in an easier way. The platform is currently up and running here, listing more than 130,000 profiles of various musicians from all over the globe.The company is now completely decentralizing their operations. “We are rolling out a mechanism which will allow our contributors to receive a reward for helping us grow,” said Vasja Veber, COO and cofounder. This means that everybody that either expands their database, keeps it up to date or helps grow the community and promote the service will get paid in VIB tokens. All the activities which will get you a crypto reward are listed here. The company says they will distribute 5,000 VIB tokens among the contributors each day or a 1.2 million dollars’ worth of tokens in the following 2,000 days.Veber also points out that, according to their research, more than a half of the existing users have contributed to the platform out of support for the project and their love of music. “Since those very users play a crucial role in helping us change the music industry, we want to reward them for their efforts, as they are actually a part of the team.” Moreover, Veber suggests that since Viberate will invest over a million dollars’ worth of tokens into the community, some of the contributors will be able to quit their jobs: “Our top contributor has earned over 42,000 VIB, which translates to approx. $7,000 at press time – not bad for roughly one month of work.”Viberate has gained the world’s attention in September, when they successfully raised 10.7 million dollars in under five minutes, becoming one of the most successful crowdfunding projects to date. The company has issued their own crypto token VIB that can be exchanged for bitcoins and ethers.“We believe anyone interested should be able to participate in shaping the future of the music industry,” Veber explained. It is worth noting that the music industry – already a huge one – is poised for additional growth in the coming years. That is another reason why Viberate is confident of the potential of their business. “And we urge people interested in music to join us and become a part of the movement.”Learn more about Viberate on the company’s website.last_img read more

Eagles Participate at 4-Way Track Meet At Trinity Lutheran

first_imgJCD Varsity Track traveled to Trinity Lutheran High in Seymour for a 4 way with Oldenburg and South Decatur.Men – OA 64, JCD 56, SD 54, and TL 36Ladies OA 76, JCD 64, TL 59, and SD 21JCD Highlights: High Hurdles. 3rd – Christian Comer; 100D. 2nd – Adrian Peetz; 1600R.  2nd Damion Hughes, 5th Nathan Laswell, 2nd Elyse Hunger; 400D. 3rd Autumn Hammond 3rd; 800 R. 5th Jarrod Weston, 2nd Elyse Hunger; 200D.  1st Adrian Peetz, 3rd Garrett Boor, 4th Tanner Dilk, 4th Lauryn Dilk, 5th Shaylee Volz; 3200. 1st Damion Hughes, 3rd Nathan Laswell, 1st Elyse Hunger, 2nd Autumn Hammond; Disc. 3rd Luke Comer, 1st Shaylee Volz, 3rd Elizabeth Newhart; Shot. 2nd Shaylee Volz, 3rd Elizabeth Newhart, 4th Kelsey Sebastian; Long. 2nd Garrett Boor, 3rd Christian Comer,4th Adrian Peetz, 3rd Lauryn Dilk; High 1st Garrett Boor, 2nd Christian Comer, 4th Blake Simon, 2nd Dillan Hughes, 5th Taylor Wilhoit; 4×800. 3rd , 3rd; 4×100. 2nd, 3rd; 4×400. 3rd, 3rd.Courtesy of Eagles Coach Larry Hammond.last_img read more