We’re a music-loving crew excited about the potential of cryptocurrency and blockchain to help spark a change in the music industry, fight for artists rights and combat the status quo.
We want to help empower artists to maintain full control of their rights, control their artistic content and allow all artists to keep their full earnings; and doing it completely with fan support.
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A music lover, concert go-er and cryptopunk. He is the founder and ceo of Fanmob (a tokenized crowdfunding platform for artists), and investor in MidBoss (game studio and LGBTQ-focused gaming conference) and Uninstall.io (mobile data analytics; acquired). An avid serial entrepreneur, he previously founded and bootstrapped Pocketmath, a leading mobile ad-tech platform for buying programmatic exchange media. Subsequently raising $20M in venture capital from Rakuten and growing it to 5 global offices and 60 employees. Casey now sets his energy to revolutionize the future of the music industry and rebuild it into a new ecosystem that’s a win for all parties involved; effectively decentralizing music. Casey holds a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Texas.
Sean Auriti, a native New Yorker, received his BS in Electronic Engineering and Technology from NYIT. He has lead many NYC startups into their successful launches and profitability with his para-trooping-ninja programming and leadership skills. An avid hackathon goer, Sean has won dozens of awards for his inventions, including a smart trash can with zero waste app for NYC BigApps and a robotic food exchange system for the BSR sustainability challenge. Sean co-founded Alpha One Labs makerspace in Brooklyn, is an active member of the OWASP community and an anonymous dev on several cryptocurrencies on their way to the moon.
Shane is a long-time hacker and engineer who believes in the power of blockchains to make social impact and decentralize power. He has built apps for various clients such as TED and Groupon, and built apps of his own. His app Drum Kit was a top 10 music app for 4 years, been downloaded by 10+ million people, and been featured on Apple TV ads and billboards.
Started his career as an intern for a hedge fund operated by a top Goldman Sachs executive and was subsequently hired as a senior financial analyst. He communicated directly with top finance executives and developed research and analysis on distressed municipal debt, reverse life insurance policies, and european distressed debt markets as well as programming dynamic financial and actuarial models. Noticing the trajectory of technologies growing influence and disruption of the financial industry lead him to further develop his programming skills and join the Fintech and Crypto-currency revolution.