Yes! Along with the release of our Content Acquisition and Publishing Platforms, non-affiliated businesses will be able to create APIs for the Platform in order to allow their users to interact with the Platform for products and services, such as the purchase of concert tickets, obtaining (or providing) music news, and sales of artist-oriented merchandise, among others. We believe in peer-to-peer interaction, just like we always have.
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