The Next Generation Entertainment Platform that could Rival Netflix… Spotify… and Ticketmaster – All Rolled into One


The Next Generation Entertainment Platform that could Rival Netflix… Spotify… and Ticketmaster – All Rolled into One.

Netflix… Spotify… and TicketMaster.

Arguably three of the biggest players in the entertainment space today.

From DVDs to video streaming… CDs to online music… and waiting in long lines at ticket outlets, to purchasing seats with a click of a button.

Each of these global powerhouses innovated their industries, and disrupted societal norms, as their market values shot higher.

Now, almost 25 years later, the world has evolved dramatically.

We are on the precipice of the next crucial stage in the evolution of the world wide web – with the emergence of Web 3.0.

And one company with a proven track record of success in the Web3 space, has the potential to be the next disruptor in the entertainment market.

Led by innovator and tech giant, Cameron Chell – who’s built multi-billion-dollar companies before…

The company is looking to transform the entertainment technology industry, with several innovative solutions bundled into one company.

  • First, the company has developed a “next generation Netflix” with a digital movie entertainment platform called “Vuele”.
  • Second, it’s combined Spotify and TicketMaster into one with “Music FX”, a hub for fans and artists to connect through digital innovations and engagement, with an advanced blockchain-based NFT ticketing system that eliminates scalping and unfair pricing issues.
  • And third, this company is developing a more advanced version of Google Pay and Apple Pay with its digital smart wallet called “Wallet FX”. Not only does it allow users to tap & pay with their phone, it offers embedded functionality into the companies ecosystem.

With these new platforms, the company has the potential to disrupt multiple multi-billion dollar industries… 

The technology could improve many facets of our daily lives – music, movies, ticketing, and online payments – while also solving some of the major problems we experience using those technologies every day.

That’s why this company  could be such a game changer…

Each of these platforms are built using cutting-edge Web 3.0 technology. They’re built for the next generation of the internet – not the one 25 years ago.

And as an investor, that’s a very big deal. The Web3 evolution is set for 40-fold growth in the coming years.  Let me explain…

The Next Web 3.0 Industry Giant

The Web 3.0 boom has begun. 

And if you’re wondering what Web 3.0 is, it’s the next evolution of the internet. 

It uses ground-breaking blockchain technologies to shift more control to those who use it (i.e. people like us and the creators of digital content).

The transition is happening as we speak.

In fact, according to an analysis by Future Market Insights, the Web 3.0 blockchain market is on track to grow from $2.86 billion in 2023… to $116.51 billion by 2033 – that’s an average annual growth rate of almost 45%[1], or a 40-fold total gain in just 10 years!  

In fact, Netflix’s market value exploded up to 64,000% from its early trading days.

Netflix was founded over 25 years ago… back in 1997. 

At the time, this little known start-up began a DVD-by-mail service that sought to disrupt traditional brick and mortar video rental stores, like Blockbuster.

But what may have started as a small video rental by mail >>> turned into a massive streaming conglomerate.

Netflix revolutionized the industry by leveraging the internet – offering customers the ability to stream movies… no DVD-disc required.

  • From a $300 million market cap in 2002 (IPO) to a market cap of over $306 BILLION[2] in November 2021 at its peak.
  • From an adjusted initial share price of $1.07[3], to a maximum trading value of $691[4] per share.

Investors who got in early… before streaming services became mass market – or the

Similar to Netflix, Spotify also has a remarkable story…

Spotify was first imagined in 2002 and borne in 2008 – following controversial file-sharing networks, like Napster and Kazaa.

Daniel Ek sought to create a music service that solved potential piracy issues, and compensated the music industry.[5]

After growing to a reported 71 million paying subscribers… 159 million monthly active users… and having the largest global reach of all streaming music services[6] – Spotify went public in 2018.

The company IPO’d on April 3, 2018 with a market cap of $29.5 BILLION[7], making it more valuable than behemoths such as CBS, Twitter, and Sprint[8]

And Ticketmaster

13 years after its historical merger with Live Nation, Ticketmaster has become a global leader of live venue ticket sales – controlling 70 to 80 percent of ticketing at major concert venues in the U.S.[9]

Shareholders of its parent company, Live Nation, have realized staggering benefits.

  • Live Nation shares rose 14.7% on the DOJ’s approval of the merger, to $10.51 per share.[10]
  • At its peak, on February 25, 2022, shares rose to an all-time high of $126.79 and a market cap of $28.31 BILLION.[11]

But now – decades later – these industry leaders are out-of-date.  They’re dinosaurs in a rapidly evolving world.

The Downfall of Netflix, Spotify and Ticketmaster

Time to bid adieu to the old… 

A new IPO is leveraging Web3 technologies to drastically improve the entertainment industry – for the creators and the end users.

Its platforms are the next generation Netflix, Spotify,  and Ticketmaster… all rolled into one! 

  • Where Netflix limits the user experience to streaming the end product, their streaming platform increases brand loyalty and awareness by allowing fans to own a unique piece of their favorite content – from the movie or show itself, to never before seen clips and content.
  • Where Spotify limits artist creativity, this compnay’s music platform gives artists the ability to directly connect with their fans through personalized, limitless access.
  • While Spotify discounts the artists and music’s value, their digital payment platform provides a direct financial pipeline from the artists to their fans. Artists can incrementally monetize all of their content, in the way it makes sense for them. 
  • And while fans and artists alike are harmed by Ticketmaster’s unfair pricing practices, that payment platform can eradicate scalping, control pricing, and create a positive experience.

This is the upgrade the entertainment industry has been waiting for.

Like Netflix, But Better.   

This company has created a whole new way for people to experience movies.

Their revolutionary digital home entertainment platform, allows users to do so much more than just stream their favorite content…   

That’s because it is ingeniously built on blockchain technology – a ground-breaking digital ledger technology – that unleashes a universe of new possibilities for the film industry.

It gives the film industry:

  • New ways to monetize movies far beyond box office and streaming,
  • New opportunities for building brands and brand loyalty, and
  • Greater security against piracy that siphons off billions of dollars in revenue each year,

While also creating a whole new way for people to experience their favorite films.

With the platform, users can own their own unique piece of the movie – whether that’s a scene, a digital poster, or outtakes that no one’s ever seen before.

It’s a win for the consumer, and a win for the production company. 

And it’s especially timely given the 2023 writer’s strike…   

As subscriptions fall, profits decline, and its share price plunges… Netflix is cutting its spending, not increasing it. Not exactly the news that writers have been waiting for..

A Musical Revolution That Combines Spotify and TicketMaster in One

This company has reimagined the artist-fan relationship in the digital age, with what could be the next big thing in the music industry.

The platform is… 

  • An ecosystem, where fans no longer have to contend with scalpers or black-market forces.
  • A realm of exclusivity, giving fans unhindered access to unique content and experiences.
  • A game-changer for artists, allowing them to directly engage with fans in new, exciting ways that outshine typical social media interactions.

With its advanced blockchain-based NFT ticketing system, this company is tackling scalping and unfair pricing issues head-on – removing all things that fans & musicians hate about ticketing.

“Ticketing is one of those rare areas where the core problems can be solved by properly applied technology. Blockchain, NFTs and Smart Contracts done right will be able to completely eradicate the unnecessary scalping and pricing problems caused by the current system. Our platform will bring both the power and the revenue back where it belongs, to the fans and the artists.” – Scott Gallagher, President of This company Platforms[12]

The Smart Digital Wallet Designed for Brands of the Future

And all of this is backed by a breakthrough digital wallet, designed to redefine the way brands interact with their fans.

With its easy ‘Pay Anywhere Tap & Go’ feature, the platform will join an exclusive list of brands that have tap & go technology – like Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay.

To put in perspective how large the market for this technology is, Apple Pay processes a monstrous $6 trillion transactions annually. In fact, it recently surpassed Mastercard in the dollar value of transactions and is quickly catching VISA for the lead.[13]

This company is now one of the few companies providing this technology, giving it a major blue-sky potential. 

And it’s not just a digital wallet…  it’s an interactive hub that enhances the relationship between brands and their fans, making interactions more meaningful and engaging.

It enables fans to own unique digital assets (like collectible NFTs) and bolster their connection with brands via a tangible emblem of their fandom.

It also only requires an e-mail address to sign-up (no crypto or Web3 experience required).

From the brand-side, it serves as a direct conduit for payments, rewards, and sales opportunities (ticketing, merchandise, digital collectibles, e-sports) – opening up new revenue streams for the brand.

But there’s more…

This company is partnering with other companies across a variety of sectors to upgrade legacy technologies – to newer… more secure… and more robust platforms.

Building New Platforms Across Industries

This tech company has already brought important innovations to a wide range of industries.

Industries like securities trading, intellectual property rights management, digital transaction platforms, and digital collectibles.

Their roster of Fortune 5000 partners and clients include the Canadian Securities Exchange, Kodak, Barrett-Jackson, the iconic Topps Company, and GunBroker. com, the world’s largest online gun broker with over $4 billion in total sales.

The company’s main focus is building platforms to enable transactions, currency offerings, and infrastructure. Their projects include:

Canadian Securities Exchange:

Development of the first blockchain-based securities clearing and settlement platform to be used by a major exchange. Created in partnership with the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE), the platform enables substantial reductions in risk, cost and error over legacy platforms.

They receive 2-5% of smart contract and transaction fees, as well as a full equity in the smart contract exchange platform.

Creation of a private, branded cryptocurrency for the 3.5 million registered members of Called FreedomCoin, the regulated merchant currency makes payments and money transfers far more inexpensive, instant, and secure. FreedomCoin succeeded in demystifying digital currencies, which for most people are still an abstract idea reserved for Bitcoin investors. The project also required creation of a DLT/blockchain platform that is fully compliant with state and federal money transmitter laws and regulations. has achieved over $4 billion in total sales. With development fees of $2 million and a 20% equity stake, the project provides a recurring revenue stream.


Kodak partnered with the company to improve intellectual rights licensing, management and security. The KodakOne platform created an encrypted, digital ownership ledger, an archival system, and a licensing vehicle for photographers, all tied together with transaction processing.

Kodak stock jumped 44% on the platform launch, and generated more than $1 million in photo licensing in the months that followed. In addition to a $2 million development fee, This company holds a 10% equity stake in KodakOne in order to generate recurring revenue.16

So Don’t Miss Out…

Think like an innovator, not an analyst.   

It took just one generation – one generation – to completely change the way that media and entertainment is both made and experienced.

The moment old dial-up technology gave way to broadband, the streaming revolution was born.

Opportunities like that don’t come around very often. Sign up with your best email address to learn more about the next internet revolution, and one of the small companies leading the transformation.

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