A virtual dancefloor is coming to the 80s.
The blockchain technology that powers the cryptocurrency Ethereum is making its way into dance clubs in the US and Europe.
This virtual dance-floor, called the BlockDance platform, is a way for club owners to make money on the sale of virtual dance floors that use blockchain technology.
BlockDance is already used in clubs around the world, and will be rolling out in the coming weeks to other clubs in Europe, US and Asia.
It’s also being developed by an Australian developer, who is working on its native Australian blockchain.
BlockDash is one of the first virtual dance rooms on the blockchains.
It offers dancers a virtual world in which they can sell merchandise and get a share of any profits made on the dance floor.
The company says that its virtual world will be fully transparent and free of advertising and tracking.
It also claims that BlockDash will offer a whole host of features that allow dancers to monetize the venue with virtual items.
For example, the platform will allow customers to create custom dances, which they’ll then sell on the BlockDash platform.
The dance floor can also be used for promotions and sales.
Blockdash has partnered with blockchain-focused software company, BitLab, to create its own virtual currency called BlockDash, which is based on Ethereum.
The company says the technology will be used to allow for seamless transactions between users and the dance floors.
Block Dash has attracted attention for its innovative approach to building its own digital currency.
This will allow its customers to use their own Ethereum blockchain, rather than using the platform of a third-party platform, and to use other virtual currencies, like bitcoin.
The aim is to give customers a secure and convenient way to transact with each other without the need for any third-parties to manage the transaction.
In addition, the company says it will make use of the blockchain to store the blockchain data that makes up the Block Dash virtual world.
This data will then be transferred to a blockchain server in the form of an encrypted block chain, where it will be transferred out of the club’s own blockchain.
The server will then record the amount of money a dancer made from the virtual dance, and the amount that each dancer has made from their dance.
The Blockchain will also make use to store any transaction fees that the dancefloor may have to pay, including club members.
The BlockDash blockchain will also provide a way to track the blockchain transactions, in order to prevent fraudulent activity.
Block Dance is not the first blockchain-enabled virtual dance venue to be created in the 80 years since the invention of the technology.
In the late 80s, a company called Swaydron introduced a virtual danceroom platform called the New York Times Dancefloor.
It was hosted on a blockchain, which allows users to share information about their dance floor and make payments in virtual currency.
The SwayDron Dancefloor was also developed in a blockchain system.
In a recent interview, David Einhorn, CEO of Sway, explained that while it is still a work in progress, he believes it is the first of its kind in the history of virtual events.
“There is still so much work that needs to be done, but we believe that the future is in the blockchain,” Einhardt told CoinDesk.
“The possibilities are limitless.”