Potentiam is a stellar, new music network for aspiring musicians, music bloggers, and seekers with a taste for new tunes for their ear holes. Being the creators of the respectable music discovery site, BritznBeatz, the founders have put together a new platform which will allow artists to engage more in the music industry along with fans and bloggers alike. The vision is to shine a spotlight on rising music creatives and allow their work to be recognised by the rest of the world through the use of a peer-to-peer system, which will be promoted through the use of cryptocurrency. All members of Potentiam have dibs on the reward system as artists have access to crowdfunding.
A wonderful perk to this new platform for the supporters is the ability to listen to what you want to listen to. The algorithm put in place allows you to view the music you want and discard what isn’t your fancy. You will have the ability to connect with your favorite artists and support their journey of musical growth. The best part? You get to be rewarded for simply being a fan and engaging on the site.
As a writer myself for Britznbeatz, I am excited to see this new platform come to light for the exposure of undiscovered and often overlooked, talented artists. This is looking to be a game changer for those gaining their start in the music industry and for those who simply want to be involved whether you’re a blogger, fan or an investor. Potentiam will bring music creatives and fans together under one platform. All you need is curiosity, enthusiasm, and a set of headphones. Potentiam is coming to the world in 2018.
Potentiam PRE-ICO date is TBD
Potentiam’s incentives include:
The lowest rates to receive momentum within a social media community and get maximum exposure and commitment.
All members earn monetary rewards in tokens for their commitment within the community. The feed algorithm gives each user the option to see what they want.
The platform allows the musical project of any user to be a reality, taking advantage of the power of a social network. As more fans support your project, you’ll get rewards in tokens.
Basically, even just by browsing, each user can get reward tokens on the platform by interacting with their favorite music in the possibilities that they will find.
Investors can take part and earn rewards of 30 percent of fees generated by the network.
For more details please contact Potentiam.
Details of the token sale
Potentiam is launching a public token sale to raise funds for the Potentiam project. The tokens will be called PTMs and will be attached to the new standard ERC20 token in the Ethereum main network.
PTM token details:
Token / Token — Used to buy goods, services and advertising space in Potentiam
Symbol — PTM
Maximum supply — 100,000,000
MTF Price — 1 PTM = USD 0.41
Minimum transaction amount — 0.04 ETH
Coin distribution — 4 weeks after Crowdsale closes.
For more details about the project you can see the White Paper, and about the crowd sale, dates and more details of participation, you can receive the information directly by subscribing to the Potentiam mailing list.
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Originally published at www.britznbeatz.co.uk on October 27, 2017.
Since its launch in February 2017, FFM is rapidly becoming the ‘goto’ place for ordinary musicians worldwide. FFM is the only online music magazine where members can post their music blogs, share their music videos, advertise their products and services and promote themselves or band to a global audience for FREE!
We even have our own independent record label (FFM Records) where musicians can release, digitally, a single which can be stored in itunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc.
Anyone can be a part of FFM by joining the Facebook group or simply dropping us a line in the contacts box below.
Freedom For Musicians, by musicians, for musicians and free from exploitation.
The SPH Band Contest is the biggest band contest for musicians and artists in Europe and North America. The SPH network includes more than 1,500 participating bands and 500 concerts every year. SPH Band Contest and its live platforms are available in Germany, the United States, UK (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland), Ireland, Austria, Switzerland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. We provide an international network for all our participating artists.
SPH Band Contest takes place in more than 100 cities all over the world. We are supported by the national and international music industry and corresponding associations who see our concept as long-term and truly supportive for young musicians. That’s why many well-known companies are partners of our SPH Band Contest.
Around the globe, more than 200 young individuals are active and involved in the organization of the SPH Band Contest while all being dedicated musicians. The SPH Band Contest is (and will always be) a platform from musicians for musicians!
When we founded our SPH Band Contest we did this especially due to the increasing dissatisfaction concerning the manners and opportunities at established contests. We simply wanted to build an alternative for bands and help them to play live gigs. From the beginning onwards, it was clear to us that we wanted to change many aspects and offer much more to our bands. For us, our musicians and bands are always the main focus. Together with you, we want to create fascinating concerts and break the wall between organizers and bands. All around the globe.
For us it is very important to stop the exploitation of artists. That’s why we are not charging the bands for anything. There is no obligation to sell any amount of tickets. Of course we need to run our organization in a financially healthy manner in order to still exist next year, but we are trying to give a big part back to you! It is essential that we as organizers of the contest are on the same side with our musicians.
Therefore, values such as community spirit, cooperativeness, friendship and the strive for a unified goal, namely the long-term development of young musicians and memorable concerts, are our main focus. This is supported by the extensive number of participating bands. We are very proud of the strong appreciation and solidarity between our SPH bands.
Do you know that when we sing together our hearts start to beat at the same tempo, and that singing together bonds us more quickly and more positively than any other group activity? It also improves our health, lifts our spirits, improves our memory and can be done by anyone of any age, ability, faith or location.
These and other amazing and socially and scientifically proven facts are just some of the inspirations behind the global choral peace project One Day One Choir which uses the power of singing to help unite people in their communities through singing for peace. Choir of course simply means ‘a group of people who sing together’ and is, as Richard Morrison said in his Times article about the project, ‘ the literal embodiment of people living in harmony.’ So what better way to use our voices.
Created in 2013 from a desire to do something in response to increasing conflict around the world, this inspiring, accessible, inclusive and free initiative offers a platform for anyone, anywhere to unite with others in their community, to sing for unity and peace on World Peace Day (Sept 21st).
A concert, a dedication of something already in place, a school assembly a community sing along, chanting at your mediation group or in a local temple, choral evensong, a rousing flashmob or one song sung with friends … whatever works for you is the way to take part as everyone is invited and all are welcome to take part in whichever way suits best.
Since it began, the project has managed to mobilise around a million people in 55 countries, not bad for something run for free from a spare room. But then again, who wouldn’t want to use their voice to sing for peace and make a difference wherever they are! And now the project wants you to sign up and join in too please, to add your voices to this growing ‘global choir for peace’, and to help them reach out to others by by spreading the word.
‘WOW, this is so inspiring! Count us in.’ CEO of Sing Up
An amazing array of groups including schools, cathedrals (30+), offices, prisons, temples, care homes, concert halls and community and classical choirs have already joined in, as have some well known supporters from the music, education, media and peace world. And, as the project is truly inclusive, it doesn’t matter who you are or where you are – or what you sing for that matter – as long as it is suitable and appropriate for peace and unity! And if you’re not sure what to sing, there are free songs available on the website so help yourselves and try them out.
The project is particularly perfect for schools as not only does it tick lots of educational boxes, but the schools and teachers who have joined in already find it a great start to the new term and love the opportunities it affords for them to talk about peace, of all kinds, and to link with other schools or invite parents and friends in to sing along with them. Many have joined with other schools and held inspiring assemblies or lessons around peace – some have even made films.
Hailed by critics as ‘fresh’ and ‘brilliant’, the UK’s first majority BAME orchestra Chineke! makes its Proms debut in a programme including works by Pulitzer Prize-winning George Walker and young British composer Hannah Kendall, whose The Spark Catchers takes inspiration from the urgent energy of Lemn Sissay’s poem of the same name.
Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, winner of the 2016 BBC Young Musician competition, soprano Jeanine De Bique and conductor Kevin John Edusei all make their Proms debut here.
There will be no interval
Please note that this event contains an update to the concert programme from that in BBC Proms 2017 Festival Guide
Broadcast on BBC Four, 8 September
Image: Kevin John Edusei © Marco Borggreve