At eMusic, we use phrases like “fan owner” and “community label” to describe the potential of our eMusic token (EMU) and blockchain platform. When a fan holds a tokenized share of their favorite artist's rights to the work, after a crowdfunding project by said artist or other incentives they want to incorporate for their supporters, the fan will share in the profits of the artist's work. Over time, our ecosystem will allow for the emergence of a community label, where EMU holders can make democratic decisions about the music they want to support and how it will be distributed.
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- Will there be an eMusic API?
- I'm worried about the long term prospects of crypto, how can I be sure the eMusic token (EMU) will be around for years to come?
- Will the eMusic token (EMU) be sold on any exchanges?
- What is a “fan owner”?
- Can I pay for music using eMusic tokens (EMU on my mobile phone?)
- Why is there an Ether (ETH) charge when I use eMusic Tokens (EMUs)?
- What is KYC?
- What if I live inside the United States?
- How do I buy eMusic tokens (EMU)?
- What can I do with eMusic tokens (EMU)?