Did you know that only 3% of ticket revenue from a live performance goes to the songwriters?
How It Works
Fix the Tix!
By minting our tickets on the blockchain, we can address many of the issues currently going on with tickets including scalping, fraud and an unregulated secondary market.
Return to Web3 Ethos
Web3 was meant to help the creators but platforms like Opensea and Blur abandoned that mission by cutting creator fees for short-term traders. Our tickets embed songwriter wallet address so creators can be paid upon sale.
Blanket licensing is inefficient and even passed off to artists when negotiating live music contracts. By itemizing songwriters in the smart contracts, we can reduce the licensing fees paid and avoid paying songwriters out of the dreaded "black box."
We have partnered with Oveit to mint secure NFT tickets on the blockchain.
BLANKET LICENSING IS NEEDLESS, INEFFICIENT AND COERCIVE.
MARY K. KENNEDY
MARY K. KENNEDY IN VANDERBILT LAW REVIEW'S "POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO COPYRIGHT-ANTITRUST CONFLICT