Connecticut, USA; April 27, 2021 — TingTech LLC, the maker of tingit, has announced its decision to officially launch a Non-Fungible Tokens (“NFTs”) platform with esteemed Russian music productions and distribution label, Archer Music Productions. The rollout is planned for Q3, 2021.

NFTs are tokenized digital assets tracked using blockchain to keep records of asset trading history, ownership certificates, authenticating uniqueness, and providing protection against duplication. This technology has allowed assets in the digital world to be bought and sold similarly to physical property.

This new initiative allows Archer Music to mint their own NFTs, and lets users bid to…


Connecticut, USA, April 1, 2021 — We are thrilled to announce development of the NFTing marketplace. The NFT digital asset exchange will be introduced as branded websites with full integration to our fan zone engagement mobile app, tingit. As our involvement with SonoCoin evolves, we are committed to bring-forth a new suite of cutting-edge blockchain-driven engagement tools for our users.

The NFT space has been on fire with mainstream adoption rapidly growing. Examples such as NBA Top Shots, CryptoPunks and Sorare have given rise to a new phenomenon in the form of digital collectibles. According to NFT market tracker, Crytoslam.io


Connecticut, USA, March 10, 2021 — TingTech LLC and SonoCoin LLC have signed a partnership deal to bring audible cryptocurrency tokens to tingit, our flagship fan zone mobile application. This will help put TingTech LLC in a position to attract more users and customers. It is important to note that this partnership agreement is the direct result of over six months of successful collaborative efforts between both parties

SonoCoin is known in the blockchain industry for being the only cryptocurrency to use data-over-sound technology as a means of exchange. It’s unique delivery through encrypted soundwaves enables large-scale broadcasting of tokens…


Leagues Are Scrambling

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended all areas of life — and sports is no exception. The global value of the sports industry was estimated to be $388 billion in 2020 — a loss of 15% or approximately $70 billion since 2019. Every part of the sporting value chain has been affected, from athletes, teams and leagues, to the media that broadcast and cover games.

According to an EMSI an economic modeling firm, an estimated $28 billion in sports revenue and hundreds of thousands of jobs were lost due to the COVID-19 shutdowns. …


More Empty Stadium Seats To Be Expected

A growing number of NFL and college football teams are hosting fans at their outdoor stadiums, most of which are capping attendance at less than 25 percent of total capacity. The MLB sold 11,500 seats per game for the World Series, which represents nearly 30 percent capacity at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Fans are generally allowed to to sit in small groups called “pods,” which are spread out across the full seating area.

Hosting fans has allowed teams and schools to salvage a fraction of the income typically derived from selling tickets, concessions, merchandise, parking and other on-site…


Why Sports TV Ratings Will Likely Still Suffer

New research from eMarketer estimates the cable, satellite and telecom TV industry is on track to lose a record number of subscribers. Approximately 6 million U.S. households will cut the cord with pay TV, bringing the total number of cord-cutter households to 31.2 million.

As demand for traditional TV plummets, streaming has become the new norm with 68% of view time spent online, according to Forbes. The shift in format is quickly transforming the way live sports audiences engage. The same research indicates 40% of fans have adopted ad-supported streaming or social media platforms to watch live sports. …

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