Crypto Live Advising Freelance Media Specialist Broadcasting ICO Launched

Cryptocurrency-based live broadcasting platform On.Live announced the launch of its pre-ICO phase. Users benefit from a 30% bonus on ONL purchases and can support an innovative P2P live advising and broadcasting open platform.

Rothwell, Australia - February 13, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

On.Live, a live video streaming project based on Blockchain technology, announced the launch of its pre-ICO phase. The platform aims to provide an open marketplace for specialists looking to connect with interested audiences and build revenue by sharing their knowledge on a variety of topics.

More information can be found at https://on.live.

On.Live uses an intuitive system to allow specialists in a variety of industries to schedule live broadcasts in full HD, set their fees, create special offers, and benefit from a wide range of other features.

Available billing models include both pay-per-view and pay-per-minute, offering specialists a flexible alternative to other similar services. Using the simple On.Live interface, broadcasters can stream a variety of media, including practical tutorials, live sports, conferences, interviews, e-courses and many others.

The marketplace gives service providers and broadcasters the ability to sell their services to anyone who needs them and charge consumers in ONL for it, making it ideal to a wide range of industries including doctors, lawyers, weight loss professionals, job seekers, fitness professionals, financial consultants, insurance advisors, and language tutors to name a few.

To ensure maximum transparency and fair payment, the only currency used on On.Live is the ONL token. Built on the Ethereum blockchain, ONL is a utility token with a maximum supply of 111,000,000, with 12,210,000 ONL available in the pre-ICO stage.

A spokesperson for the company said: “The main goal of the project is to be the market leader in the live advising platform market where the customer will always find a team of specialists and valuable content on hand to provide easy access to their knowledge. The OnLive platform creates a large blockchain ecosystem enabling the sale of services through live broadcasts and a place to stream content live and sell it to a wide audience at affordable prices.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Steve Jacob
Organization: FirstPlus Marketing
Address: 2 Alambi Court, Rothwell, QLD 4022, Australia

For more information, please visit http://www.firstplusmarketing.com.au

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 300561

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