Strategic alliance for the EOS community and the music world

Emanate forms strategic alliance with Aussie Block producer, EOSphere

Sydney-based Blockchain Music Pty Ltd and Perth-based Block Producer EOSphere have formed a strategic alliance for the advancement of Emanate as a part of the broader EOS ecosystem.

Our CEO Sean Gardner chatted with EOSphere founder, Ross Dold, this week:

Our role as a Block Producer is so much more than just supporting a network. Our ethos encourages and enables DApp projects in the community to grow adoption of the EOS platform. Emanate is a perfect example of that with the number of users they could potentially bring to the community”.

Emanate will continue to support EOSphere and the spread of education into the EOS community about the role of Block Producers and the necessity for holders to spread votes around at least 15 different producers.

Sean explains why outfits like EOSphere should receive votes from around the world:

EOSphere have played a pivotal role in educating Australia about EOS, in getting people to vote and ultimately in helping launch the network. While they have not received a lot of ‘whale votes’ they have received votes from more than 2000 different voting addresses, which is a lot more than many of the BPs above them. This is not a sob-story, it’s just evidence that those EOS token holders who are complaining about potential centralisation of the network power still actually have a lot more they can do to secure the network”.

Emanate is picking up the pace as we progress towards our fundraising goals. In the next two weeks, we will be announcing a major partnership which will bring hundreds of thousands of users to our platform. We also have some significant new advisory agreements in place which will be published soon.

Emanate followers are about to be treated to a series of new videos and a full website update. We’ve never been more confident about the long-term success of Emanate.

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