Crucially, you can only invest in 10 songs at any one time so there’s an incentive to make smart picks and refresh your portfolio as tracks move up and down Tradiio’s charts. You can ‘sell’ songs to get more coins when they start to do well or just to free up space for a hotter track.
The trading aspect of the service is a slightly odd experience right now, as there’s only a limited number of users signed up as part of its beta testing, but it should get interesting as more people join in. More Info »
Besides the inherent challenge of trying to level up in the music recommendation game, you can also redeem your stash of virtual coins for real-world rewards, such as gig and festival tickets, music vouchers and hardware.
Artists who attract the most backing on the platform can also get benefits including festival slots, record label connections and access to studio time.