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Unknown US artist involved in OpSec customer service blockchain project

22 May 2018 21:00, UTC

According to the recent press release, OpSec (main company founded in 1983) has signed a cooperation agreement with Blockpool based in the United Kingdom. As the media familiar with the company’s business concludes, this may result in a new system which, on one hand, will allow to give customer rewards, and on the other hand, ensure the validity of marketplace purchases.

An unknown United States artist is involved in the new proof-of-concept product which will have the features of customer analysis, some interesting purchasable content for users, geolocation and merchandize. Due to the fact that this product is mentioned in connection with the news on Blockpool and OpSec, one can expect blockchain to be used in it.

The use of blockchain technologies for music industry is not entirely new for Blockpool: in November 2017, this startup has partnered with Björk and One Little Indian label - people were able to buy the new album of the Icelandic singer for cryptocurrency and received crypto rewards for pre-ordering the same product.

Another interesting music service connected with blockchain technologies is Viberate - the Slovenian startup which main mission is to improve communications of artists with producers. By the way, the token of this startup called VIB has indeed been launched, its all-time maximum was $0.7 in January this year, it costs $0.18 at the press time.