Vibe Currency to Make Appearance in Super Bowl 52 Commercial

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Feb/04/2018

The world's first crypto based virtual / augmented reality marketplace & hub, Vibe will reportedly be making an appearance in a Super Bowl 52 commerical.

VibeHub claims to provide artists and educators the platform to reach millions of viewers, in one stream in VR.

Q) How is the VIBE currency used on the VIBEHub application?
A) In order to watch concerts, partake in education seminars and workshops, attend meet & greets and go on Virtual Dates, You must pay in the VIBE currency to attend these events and social activities. VIBE can also be used to purchase digital assets, and vote on the platform as well.


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