ANote Music to Launch for Public Use July 28th Author: Max Moeller Last Updated: 04 June 2020 ANote Music, a blockchain-based music royalty company, will officially launch itself for public use on July 28th, 2020. “ANote Music will allow users to invest in music, own rights from content creators, and earn returns through the royalties that are generated over time,” a press release from the group notes. The platform aims to be a space for all groups in the music industry from artists to labels and more to build a reliable avenue of funding. Here, users should be able to access their funding almost right away by selling music and rights on the platform. It also ensures that listeners and fans can invest in their favorite artists, bringing them more revenue over time. Speaking on the matter is Marzio Schena, the CEO and Co-Founder of ANote Music, who had said: “The launch of the ANote Music investment platform this summer will allow us to bridge the gap between the music industry and capital markets. Our goal is to unlock the hidden value in music for both investors and artists by creating a stock-exchange platform for music investments. We are excited to be the pioneer of alternative investments, while revolutionizing traditional systems within the music industry.” Ahead of its launch, ANote Music is allowing users to invest in Irma Records, a popular Italian record label. They can invest up to €200,000 and all investments will receive a 5% discount during this pre-release period.