TechCrunch’s Sam Stovall reported last month that electronic drum platform Electronic Tendering Platform (ETP) was going to allow its users to make money by selling electronic instruments.
ETP CEO Eric Siegel said he was interested in investing in the company, which he described as a “digital business that’s going to change the world.”
ETP is also working on a new “smart platform” that will let users sell, or trade, electronic instruments through a platform that integrates with banks, financial institutions, and retail stores.
The idea of buying and selling electronic devices, such as drumsticks and turntables, was popularized by electronic musicians in the 1990s, and the idea of selling them through a third-party platform has been around since the mid-2000s.
ETp, which is based in San Francisco, is one of the most active drum and bass companies in the U.S., with more than 400 members in more than 50 countries.
Electronic Tenders is a platform where people can trade electronic instruments on an exchange for bitcoin, the digital currency that makes up the backbone of the online music industry.
Electronic drumsticks are traded for bitcoin and used in the music industry for more than 15 years, but it took the technology to create the ETP platform, Siegel reported.
ETPs founder, Mark Krikorian, said that the company will be open to investing in new markets as well.
“We want to go after new markets, we want to be able to scale up our business to do that,” Krikorians said.
ETPS founder Eric Sengupta said that while he thinks that bitcoin and electronic drumsticks will eventually become a viable currency in the marketplace, the platform will be designed to be a platform for trading the two products.
“I think there’s potential for a market to develop,” Senguptasaid.
“But I think it will take a lot of time, and there’s still a lot more to do to really get there.”
ETPS is also looking into using bitcoin to pay for its business and also to sell products on the platform.
However, there are currently no ways to buy bitcoin or convert it to fiat currency on the ETPS platform.
ETPT also wants to become a decentralized platform, a decentralized marketplace, but as the company’s founders have said, the decentralized market will not work in the same way that the centralized marketplace does.
“It’s like a digital economy,” Siegel noted.
“There’s a lot to be done, but we’re going to see that happen as the ecosystem matures and grows.”
ETPT is looking to expand beyond the U,S.
ETPA is a digital platform that will allow its members to trade electronic drums and other electronic products on a global market for bitcoin.
The company’s chief executive officer, Scott Linskey, said the platform’s main focus is on its member base.
“The ETPA membership is going to be based on the membership of our members, and we are not going to have a centralized system for the payment of members fees,” he said.
“Our members are the backbone for our business, so it’s a very important thing for us to build out that ecosystem.”
ETPA members can also sell electronic instruments for other products on ETP’s platform.
“That is a huge opportunity,” Sige said.
The platform will allow ETP members to sell their digital instruments for more money.
“They’re going the digital marketplace route.
It’s going into the realm of online trading and buying and trading, and that’s where the future is going,” Linskeysaid.
However ETPA’s focus is to provide members with a way to trade digital instruments, rather than to buy and sell.
“As our membership grows, we’re also going to expand the platform to support a more general market for electronic products,” Siggansaid.
Electronic Drumsticks and Digital Instruments The ETPA drumsticks, turntable, and other instruments on the market will be made by EMT Systems, the same company that makes electronic drums.
Electronic Instruments will also have an electronic drumstick factory that will produce electronic drum sticks.
ETPM will be selling its electronic drum instruments for a lower price than on the traditional marketplace.
“At EMT, we believe in providing our members with an excellent platform for selling, trading, buying and purchasing electronic instruments, and it’s important that we remain open to new markets,” said EMT CEO Eric Ziegler.
“This is a very exciting time for electronic music, as we continue to move toward the internet age and a decentralized world where the Internet is the backbone, the backbone is the internet.”
Ethereum allows us to be more open and flexible with our business model, and Ethereum is the way we can do that.”