Remember Goldilocks? When she lucked into finding that tasty porridge (nevermind the fact that she was breaking and entering), the first bowl was too hot, and the second bowl was too cold. But that 3rd bowl—that one was juuuuuust right. Just right is exactly what we’re going for with our brand new Palooza plan.
While we have plenty of happy creators on our Fiesta and Carnival plans, we've received consistent feedback of the need for something in between. Just like Goldilocks. We’re excited to deliver a plan that suits the unique needs of growth-minded creators and businesses who are starting to scale. Let’s get into some of the details.
As with all our plans, you’ll get nothing but the best when it comes to speed, reliability and security. Lightning-fast Dedicated Gateways to distribute content to your audiences, custom branding, access to Submarine for sharing unlockable content—the whole enchilada.
You’ve got Fiesta, Carnival, and then smack-dab in the middle you’ve got Palooza.
What makes the Palooza plan unique is the flexibility it offers builders who want to broaden their reach and shake up their industry, without having to over-commit or feel any sort of resource strain.
Now that you know the details and where it fits into our structure, you might be wondering—who is this for? As mentioned, we built the Palooza plan to support growth-minded builders who need a little more on the infrastructure side to start scaling.
Here are some example situations we’ve seen from our users that are a perfect fit for the Palooza plan:
- You’re building a marketplace that has started to see some traction, and you’re starting to see more and more content requests and uploads each month. You're on the cusp of scaling, but you need a bit more room to grow.
- You’ve got a dynamic NFT project that has intensive data needs on the storage and bandwidth side, such as HTML or 3D files.
- You’re going all-in, creating a web3 version of YouTube that needs extra streaming minutes to support the early-adopters who are picking up traction on your platform.
You get the picture. Point is, with Palooza you’ve got the power and flexibility to go big, without feeling like you’re in too deep. At the end of the day, we want our creators to have peace of mind to do what they do best.
We’re super excited for our growth-minded creators and businesses to build with the Palooza plan. If you’re currently on the Fiesta plan, we recommend taking a look at your usage to determine if it makes sense to upgrade. Simply login to your app, and click ‘Billing’ to view your usage. If you’re at or near 80% usage of your plan’s limit, it might be time!
We’ve made it easier than ever to upgrade. From your account, you can simply click the ‘Upgrade’ button by your account name at the top. And voilá!
Check out our pricing page for more details on the new plan, and as always, feel free to reach out firstname.lastname@example.org for help finding the right plan for you.
paragraph — The first thing the music industry needs is more exposure. For artists, listeners and yeah, the labels. Even with the use cases mentioned above, the majority of the music industry still sees NFTs as a novelty rather than a legitimate way to run a business. We see a future where the experience is built and monetized on the blockchain, with labels taking part of the experience, as well.
Second, there needs to be a big jump in user experience. Listeners know what to expect with Spotify and Apple Music: a smooth, intuitive experience that lets them listen to Lil Nas X with just a few clicks. Web3 platforms aren’t quite there. Music NFTs and related premium content require extra steps that most people don’t yet have an appetite for.
paragraph — Musician Daniel Allan spent months building a relationship with the NFT community and raised 50 ETH to fund his new album, Overstimulated. Companies like Audius and artists like Vérité's, who raised $90,000 in an NFT launch, are at the forefront of exploring new ways to get paid. Avenged Sevenfold launched an NFT collection called "Deathbats Club" with 10,000 items that grants holders access to benefits such as meet and greets at shows, lifetime free tickets, limited edition merchandise, and more.
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QUOTE — Everyone is obsessed with making money and seeking alpha, which does a disservice to what [NFTs] can actually do. We have been instructing many bands that NFTs are a ticket for access to an exclusive club.” - M. Shadows, Avenged Sevenfold’s lead singer.