VIBERATE IS Developing A Completely New Digital Playground For The Music Industry


Viberate – a global live-music network that collects and analyzes information about musicians, venues, events and other music industry stakeholders, is wrapping up the year’s achievements after ICO by partnering with Europe’s biggest ticketing company CTS EVENTIM.

This collaboration raises the number of tickets on offer through to an impressive 70,000. Since successfully raising funds a year ago, the company has already partnered up with some big names in the ticketing industry, including Ticketmaster, Eventbrite and Skiddle, expanded its music database by 270% and pushed its native VIB token to as many as 14 cryptocurrency exchanges.

Oliver Fraemke, Senior Vice President International Business Development CTS EVENTIM, said, “As Europe’s leading ticketing company, generating reach on the web is obviously among our core competencies. Teaming up with an exciting start-up like Viberate adds yet another powerful channel to our ever-increasing number of affiliate outlets. Our cooperation will help us draw a much sought-for and highly-attractive customer group to our own EVENTIM webshops – to the benefit of music fans and artists alike.”

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More and more industry professionals see the opportunity to improve their service with Viberate’s data. In just a few months Viberate started to collaborate with some the key players from the music industry. “Getting the recognition from the big players in the industry is a huge reward for our work so far. Our team is fully devoted to developing a completely new digital playground for music enthusiasts, industry professionals, and crypto fans that will make a huge impact on the industry.” assured Vasja Veber, Viberate’s COO.

Viberate is focusing on big data analysis to predict future trends, calculate a user’s taste, and define the true popularity of an artist, event, or venue. With the integration of their extensive database, these insights will be used to help music professionals spot new business opportunities and accept data-driven decisions.