When you first create an account to Slipmat, you’re creating a listener profile. This is your civilian profile that should not have any DJ details on it even if you are a DJ. Think it like the version of you that hangs around casually with a bunch of friends – it’s unlikely that they address you as a DJ (even if you are one).
If you want to DJ on Slipmat, you can also make a separate DJ artist profile that is meant purely for marketing and DJ-purposes. With this profile you can communicate all your important social media links, full bio, artist photo etc.
It’s important to keep these profiles separate so that you and others can have a civilian life on Slipmat as well. When you are DJing, you stand out from the crowd as you are the artist, but when you visit a set by someone else, you are just part of the audience like everyone else. (Note that everyone can still find your artist page and details from your profile card!)