NEMscription Platform – OPEN EXPERIMENT
By sending a transaction indicating your willingness to participate in the open experiment to the specified address, you will be able to receive the following services for a certain period of time.
In this open experiment, the service will be provided free of charge, but if you set up the service so that it will not be executed unless a certain amount of money is sent in a “transaction indicating the willingness to participate,” you can easily build a subscription billing system that allows you to receive the service for a certain period of time by sending a certain amount of money. If this is done, a subscription billing system can be easily established.
Let’s take a look at the additional features we’ve implemented!
Originally, the “NEMscription Open Experiment” was a public experiment in the principle of a subscription platform using NEM, and it was a service (experiment) that "allowed users to use the node monitoring function for a certain period of time after the subscription transaction.
If we change this part of “can monitor nodes” to “can listen to music”, “can be given the right to use apps”, or “can be used as a key to enter facilities”, we will prove that the same principle can be used to realize subscription billing for various services (public chain). This is an experiment to prove that the same principle can be used to realize subscription billing for various services (to let people who want to create apps using public chains know about it as a real experience).
So far, this is what you can experience in the previous experiment.
This time, by participating in this “NEMscription Public Experiment”, we will also be able to receive special services from XEMBook during the period when we are using the node monitoring function.