Viberate has proudly announced their collaboration with Imogen Heap – an exceptional and inspiring award-winning artist, known to be an early adopter of the blockchain. With the synergy of two important players in the music industry, the future for the artists, event managers, booking agents, and venues looks bright.
Heap and Viberate.com will work creatively towards empowering those in the live music segment in listing and mapping the global live music ecosystem by building a database of profiles for musicians, venues, agencies and event organizers. The project’s goal is to

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