Global leader on the music blockchain, Musicoin, announced it will partner with the Indie Music Plus (IMP) project, merging together to pave the way to support indie musicians worldwide.
“Musicoin and Indie Music Plus share exactly the same vision, which is to unleash the power of independent musicians. I was impressed by the achievements of IMP and the contributions they have made to musicians with creative content and data support. Looking beyond, I truly believe David Werba will keep listening to this community, and deliver the highest level of network potential to millions of musicians around the world.” – Isaac Mao, creator of Musicoin
Indie Music Plus is well known online as “The Home For Indie Musicians” to connect and support artists around the world. By adopting the latest social media technologies, IMP has created a strong user base of over 200,000 followers and service lines to keep music an integral part of our lives.
David Werba, along with Joe Liedtke, IMP’s co-owner and founder, will merge Musicoin’s blog with Indie Music Plus as a content service and promotion operation throughout this new venture. In addition, David will lead the overall Marketing and PR as Chief Marketing Officer of Musicoin.
With the advent of Musicoin and blockchain technology, musicians are now empowered to fully step away from the old industry paradigm of radio-based music distribution and album sales. For the first time, they can effectively control their own destiny by personally registering their music and licenses directly onto the blockchain platform, effectively receiving micropayments in the form of Musicoin crypto tokens ($MUSIC) each time a listener hits the play button.
$MUSIC is currently listed on two major cryptocurrency exchanges and can easily be converted to others including Bitcoin, Ethereum and more.
Artists, industry associates and music listeners worldwide are encouraged to visit Musicoin’s official website.
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UPDATE: The IMP/Musicoin merger has since been restructured into a less formal cross-promotion venture.