Amplitude is a research project conducted by Danube University Krems, Universal Music Austria, HyperSpace (Synereo) and Picapipe GmbH. The project wants to answer the question how blockchain-based attention economy platforms impact the music industry, especially regarding better ways of scouting talent and fostering fan loyalty.
Between April and December 2019 these questions will be examined involving fans, artists and publishers using qualitative and quantitative methods. The results will be published on this website in early 2020.
For further information and participation please contact Dr. Alexander Pfeiffer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Universal Music GmbH is a subsidiary of the worldwide leader in the music industry, the internationally operating Universal Music Group International, which is part of one of the largest entertainment companies in the world - Vivendi.
Universal Music GmbH is also clearly at the top of the podium in the Austrian music market and is leading the competition.
HyperSpace offers community-owned spaces where members are rewarded and recognized for creating and sharing the content most appreciated by their peers. Whether you are a content creator, consumer, or curator, HyperSpace provides a novel way to monetize the value you create online while making your community thrive.
Picapipe GmbH is an idea factory and developer of beyond state services in the field of emerging technologies. We aim to develop innovative approaches and solutions for ongoing as well as future trends. A current focus is on the blockchain sector, we are committed to gathering experience and opening up this key technology to a broad range of target groups.
Donau Universität Krems - Center for applied game studies
The center for applied game studies is a research and development center in the field of digital entertainment.