On November 10, Dutch record company, Black Hole Recordings introduced a digital pop-up store, using Twitter as it's form of currency. The first pop-up store of it's kind, website visitors can purchase products like tracks, ringtones, and digital booklets in exchange for mentions and engagements via Twitter. The Black Hole Pop-Up Store will mixes the traditional look and feel of a physical building, stock limitations, and operating hours with the progressive use of social media engagement as a form of digital payment. For 30 days, digital downloads will be available from artists such as Ferry Corsten, Tiësto and New World...

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