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For blockchain to achieve mass adoption, it needs to be simple to use and — for the most part — invisible to the user.

Blockchain has a problem that not enough people are talking about.

It’s a problem that’s preventing mass adoption, and crippling applications that utilize blockchain technology. It’s not the first time someone has had this problem, and it won’t be the last, but it’s definitely urgent. The same issue has killed multi-billion dollar efforts by some of the world’s largest corporations, and it’s something that needs to be talked about — and fixed — as soon as possible.

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The event ticketing industry is broken. We’re going to fix it.

The event ticketing industry is broken.

If you’ve recently purchased tickets to a top-billed event, you’ve undoubtedly run into one (or more) of the following problems:

  • Insane service fees — often adding 20%+ to the price of your ticket.
  • Sold out premium tickets within minutes — bought up by scalpers who know they’ll make multiples more from avid fans on the resale market.
  • Fraudulent or already used tickets. Most tickets resold on secondary markets aren’t ever checked to make sure they’re valid or even real. …

Alex Linebrink

Startup CEO (Passage). Tech geek; adventurist; serial entrepreneur. Lover of coffee, drones, blockchain tech, and good scotch. Goal: Make the world smile!

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