The future of public events is blockchain

Is it possible to bring the best fan's experience to the people all around the world, without visiting the event? Let's figure out
13 November 2017   2086

Virtual Reality and live concerts are being mixed together. Heardbeats is going to make the revolution in the music industry. They will raise funds through an ICO that begins on November 24rd, and will sell 88 million tokens at a fixed price of $0.45 per token. The team is going to open an office in Silicon Valley by the start of February 2018, permitting them to grow in the world’s top startup ecosystem.

What is Heardbeats?

The team describe themselves as a “project that breaks down the barriers of the live concert industry.” In other words, there are too many fans who want to see popular concerts and too few tickets. Not every fan has an ability to visit favorite band. To solve this, they will allow viewers to attend a concert, using multiple devices, including VR headsets. With more affordable and convenient experience, true fans will never miss a concert. The Heardbeats team has designed and tested prototypes in North America and Europe for over a year and is in the process of developing their own VR headset, free of wires and supporting devices.

The live concert industry fails to reach many potential consumers. For example, 10 million fans attempted to purchase tickets for Adele’s 2016 U.S. tour when only 100,000 tickets were available. The public events industry is unable to solve this issue in a proper way, two make everybody happy. Heardbeats will solve the big problem of limited supply and help two main types of consumers. The first type is someone who wants to visit an event, but is unable to pay for uncheap tickets. Using Heardbeats, these people will be able to attend a concert virtually by purchasing tickets that are more affordable than traditional concert tickets. The second type of consumer is someone who is unable to visit a concert because of its location or other circumstances. Fans from Paris may think it impossible to attend a concert in Canada, but with the advanced technology offered by Heardbeats, they can!

How Heardbeats work?

Heardbeats will provide many unique features to users and investors. First of all, multiple cameras positioned throughout a venue to capture the event from every angle. This will allow users to have the best seat in the venue through a 360 degree view in VR! Heardbeats will also offer fans the opportunity to experience an artist’s tour in its entirety from their homes at a discounted price.

How does Heardbeats works?
How does Heardbeats works?

In addition, by skipping the long security lines and traffic, users will be able to focus on the most important part of the concert: the music! Fans will also have the privilege of accessing exclusive content from artists available only to Heardbeats users.

Heardbeats
Heardbeats

Heardbeats seek to raise $30,000,000 so they can truly position themselves alongside the biggest names in the industry. They wants to bring future to music industry. This bold venture has a bright future and is sure to succeed.

Learn more

If you are interested in this project and want to learn more, you can use the following resources:

  • Website
  • Telegram Group
  • Facebook
  • Twitter

California Court to Issue a Temporary Ban on Blockvest

SEC had found a lot of violations, including the "approval" of non-existed "Blockchain Exchange Commission"
15 February 2019   154

The Southern District of California Court, represented by Judge Gonzalo Kuriel, issued a preliminary ban against BlockOw ICO-startup Blockvest LLC and its founder Reginald Buddy Ringold (Rasul Abdul Rahim El), citing violations of securities laws in the past and possible violations in the future.

SEC Info
SEC Info

Court ruled that the BLV tokenail violated the norms of section 17 of the Securities Act of 1933, and recognized tokens as unregistered securities.

November last year, Judge Gonzalo Curiel refused to recognize the Blockvest project token as a security, because the SEC could not prove otherwise.