This update is from Aventus Protocol Foundation – Medium
Hi all — a brief update covering some of the highlights of September.
It’s been a busy month for the ticketing industry — from controversy in the wake of reports into , can be accessed online here.
Our next AMA will be with CTO Andy Grant and the technical team — if you’ve any specific questions you’d like to ask us, please add them in the comments below, or send them in via Twitter or Telegram using the hashtag #AventusAMA.
This month we’ve been out and about meeting with folk on both the ticketing and the blockchain side of things at International Festival Forum’s IFF Rocks and Blockchain Live. You can also meet us at the end of October at DevCon IV in Prague, where we are acting as Olympic Community sponsors — let us know if you’ll be there and want to meet up to talk tickets!
Some of our community members mentioned that Version 4 of the whitepaper was a little lengthy and in-depth for those of a less technical persuasion — we listened, and we agree! Expect to see a new “lightpaper” available within the next week or two, stripping down the Aventus proposition to a fleeting 5 pages.
Of course, for the more studious amongst you, the full 34-pager can still be accessed as a reference document via the website.
Aventus in the News
- CNBC — About 12% of people buying concert tickets get scammed
- Yahoo Finance — About 12% of people buying concert tickets get scammed
- Westword — New Survey, No Surprise: People Hate Ticket Scams and Scalpers
- Irish Tech News — New Study: U.S. Consumers Fear Scams When Purchasing Concert Tickets
- VenuesNow — Survey: More Security, More Ticket Sales
- ExhibitionNews — The Future of Ticketing [Print]
- BlockAsia — Aventus Solves Concert Ticket Scams
- The Start-Up Network — Aventus, using blockchain to stop exploitation across the ticketing market
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