A company in Korea utilizes ETH Blockchain to hunt for the next K-Pop star
Z-POP Dream, an entertainment company from the southern half of the Korean Peninsula, strategies to utilize blockchain innovation to locate a talented K-pop musician and build up another entertaining stage. Korean pop is a famous music genre in South Korea.
Chief executive, Jun Kang, who hugely participated in the making the organization, wishes to assemble a worldwide showbiz to help as well as find creative ability for the multi-million worldwide music company, as indicated by a national Korean newspaper.
Blockchain to offer Straightforwardness
Z-POP will utilize the ETH blockchain to authorize supporters to elect their most loved performers in prize-winning programs and tryouts with ultimate openness, as confirmed by the organization. The undertaking will explore and foster skills, enable supporters to back talented individuals and transform them into worldwide superstars.
The organization intends to construct a
stage that will incorporate the venture's Tryout in ten different Asian countries areas. The tryout will likewise incorporate a "music Institutes."
The top executive stated that admission into the worldwide music podium will be easy and practical for performers looking to exhibit their ability.
The venture has produced worldwide Korea pop artists such as, girls’ generation, Wanna One, big bank, B.T.S 2-NE1, T.V.X.Q, B.O.A, P.S.Y and E.X.O as indicated on its site.
In early 2018, the organization partnered with PTV, a public television network owned by the Philippine Government and Viva Entertainment Incorporation.
An initial coin sale organized
The venture has reported an underlying an ICO, starting in next month, to help the framework, which will likewise build up a worldwide monetization stage that will token-arranged income earned from stock, show permits and entrance fee to occasions.
The token cost on its whitepaper will be one Z-POP at $0.08. There will be a minimum capitalization of $10 million while the maximum capitalization is $100 million, with an aggregate of 4 billion coins supplied.