K-Tune is a music production platform with a focus on K-pop. The platform allows music producers to collaborate with K-pop professionals and contribute to making popular songs regardless of their location and knowledge of the Korean language. The platform is curated by top Korean producers, like Shinsadong Tiger, Glory Face, EastWest, Cosmic Sound, Real Fantasy, Eunji Shim, Sori, Hyoyoung Choi, who work with EXO, Twice, Wanna_One, Momoland, 2PM, Got7, Teen_Top, Mamamoo, Ailee, Beast, and other popular k-pop singers.
K-Tune is powered by blockchain technology. It allows real-time, comprehensive tracking of all activities on the platform and guarantees a fair and transparent royalty distribution between collaborative parties.
K-Tune Arena is an open market, where all registered users can sell their contents and talents like track-making, song-writing, vocal, lyrics-writing, and mixing engineering and buy material from others for their use - tracks, toplines, instrument arrangements, and lyrics. The sellers set their prices that can be modified at any time according to the market demand.
K-Tune Camp is a music collaboration space, where both professional and amateur producers can meet and collaborate on songs for famous artists.
All transactions on the platform are powered by ERC-20 token KTT (K-Tune Token).
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