Hello @pdmoonmusic, and nice to Musicoin you!
If you refer to links towards your tunes, you may publish them in this “Musicians and Music” section, creating a post for that purpose.
Another option is pasting them in your Musicoin website state box, for all your followers to receive the links and/or videos in their personal feed.
These days some meetings (“physical” and online ones) are taking place to set up an adequate frame allowing us to address all these questions, for example the main devs will be meeting and working in Hong Kong tomorrow (Monday).
Regarding the Proof of Sharism, yes, it’ll replace the mining activity by a purely social activity. I haven’t been actively contributing to its definition, till now, but a features suggestions space will be open, for us all to drop our ideas about it. The main line is: let’s base Musicoin’s wealth production on our creativity and solidarity (which are unlimited resources ) instead of on a limited money supply coming from blockchain mining. The way to earn $MUSIC, under that new regime, will be through curating other artists songs, sharing them on other platforms, composing tracks together, offering ideas to the Community, etc.
4 days ago Isaac opened a MCIP (Musicoin Improvement Proposal) around it on GitHub, here: https://github.com/Musicoin/MCIPs/blob/master/MCIPS/mcip-8.md
(again, I’m not in the team shaping PoSh, I just use to cast a glance at our GitHub every week or so, it’s a very healthy habit ).
Regarding the mobile app, we’re in the process of fostering a permanent collaboration between the Ambassadors and Zack’s team (in charge of its development), for that app to be the fruit of a real “co-creation”. Isaac will talk with Zack today about this topic.
I globally agree with your proposal, especially its “pay the ambassadors to do it remotely” modality (I’m not supporting it for being an Ambassador myself, haha, it’d be some other Ambassadors who would carry that verification task). Let’s ask @Zeljko-Stanojkovski what he thinks about it
On the other hand, some very popular blockchain-based platforms require their potential users to wait way more than Musicoin asks its verified artists to wait (24 hours). Think of Steemit, where waiting 2 weeks before being allowed to write your first comment is more the rule than the exception…
Regarding Choon pretending to be the “biggest blockchain-rooted music platform”, it’s a lie. As @cryptofuture was explaining recently,
"…) Choon counts any user as artist, but we are counting separately users without verified uploads. On Musicoin we have 52,096 users 5,368 artists and 31,068 releases".
A way to get a broader array of released songs on a sole screen is clicking on the loop logo which appears on the searching box, leaving that box in blank. However, it’ll still show you the “most something” tunes (most tipped / played / recent), not the “less something” ones, where by definition those “Hidden Gems” (“Hidden Jams”? ) lie.
So what I do to find that kind of early published / forgotten tracks is browsing our catalogue genre by genre, or keyword by keyword. For instance, entering “metal”, with the “plays” parameters selected, as follows:
we harvest 150 different compositions, related to metal, many of them having (unfortunately) been listened to less than 20 times.
I agree the platform needs to implement a “total search” tool, and I guess the soon to happen release of the Musicoin API will foster better conditions for such a feature integration