Nimbit, a PreSonus company, has announced a major update to its direct-to-fan sales and promotion platform to enable musicians around the world to sell in their local currencies.
The initial rollout, planned for May 2013, will support the following currencies:
In addition to support for local currencies, Nimbit subscribers will be able to set their storefronts to display in English, French, German, and Spanish.
Support for additional currencies and storefronts in other languages will be introduced as needed to meet customer demand.
Nimbit co-founder and president Phil Antoniades, told us, "Musicians around the world all need a way to create a supportive relationship with their fans, and that starts with the ability to sell direct. By adding local currencies and native languages to the Nimbit platform, we're giving them a better way to do that."
Presonus says that Nimbit provides the easiest way to sell and promote music, merchandise, and tickets to fans on Facebook, Twitter, and your Web site while building a supportive fan base:
Musicians around the world are encouraged to sign up for Nimbit today. They can begin setting up their products now and will be able to switch to their native currencies and language in May, when these features are available. At launch, the Nimbit back-end dashboard will still display in English. Plans for localization of Nimbit's administration tools will be announced at a later date.
Nimbit, a PreSonus company, is the industry's premier direct-to-fan commerce and promotion platform. Nimbit provides the easiest solution for self-managed artists, managers, churches, schools and universities to sell and promote music, audio, merchandise, and more while simultaneously enabling artists to build relationships with fans and supporters.
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