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We'll be bigger than MUSE the band. Don't worry (:

I understand your concern though. I'm pretty sure we will turn up fairly easily in search results once the official site is up and the blockchain is running.
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How can you advice new and interested people in crypto to research MUSE??

UTFSE: muse crypto !

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and naming the project/platform MUSE is still the worst decision ever made!!!

Try to google this... What will you find? How can you advice new and interested people in crypto to research MUSE??

They won't find anything useful because they will see everything google throws at them about the BAND.

Wanted to check out the latest news on the web and had to realize i can only get good results by searching for peer tracks.


MUSE is really really misleading  ::)

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Well done Cob & Eddie! It sounds like you are making the most out of these opportunities. Can't wait for launch.

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time to pump some note

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Any video/audio?

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I have been very curious about the business process, but did not see  :-\ :-\ :-\
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 +5%

seems very promising!
I think I will not regret that I have keep all my "notes"  :)

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This is a short update. Sorry I didn't take any pictures at this event.

We started off thursday night at a cocktail + diner for all the speakers and panelists. Was great to meet all of the attendees, a bunch of well connected individuals as far as the music industry goes. A few of them were at MIDEM last june and recognized us and "the P" haha

The next day was the actual event. The morning was a bunch of Panel talks, the one Eddie was on was crazy! It was almost a reality show lol. Eddie wanted to steer it towards laymen's terms but the moderator tried to bring it into cryptoland. The audience wanted to hear Eddie talk and see our MUSE infographic since 95% of the audience had no idea what the concept of a blockchain even was. All in all that "trainwreck" of a panel was GREAT for us since everyone wanted to speak to us the entire afternoon to learn more about "what that guy (moderator) wouldn't let the panelist touch on"
Although hilarious and entertaining, I initially saw the panel as a negative for us. I was incredibly/pleasantly surprised by everyone's reaction afterwards! We got so many more speaking opportunities because of it! So I guess we should thank that moderator for Jerry Springer-ing it up!

The afternoon was a workshop for multiple little groups to try and solve the music industries problems. We instead took the time to mingle with the cool kids and that really paid off. Near the end they opened up the bar and the networking was cranked up a notch!

Very productive event overall. The PeerTracks team came out of this much stronger, with a few potential new players and partners. It was in my opinion even more valuable to us than MIDEM, and that was HUGE.

Now we are preparing for the next event in Washington DC on the 26th and 27th. They will see "The P" there again, only this time we will have launched the famed MUSE blockchain! We aren't just talking pie in the sky theory here, WE WILL HAVE DONE IT!
« Last Edit: October 05, 2015, 06:17:28 pm by cob »
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