Blockchain music startup Opus is ‘ready to conquer’ in May
Posted on: 28 mars 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Music Ally is in the process of compiling a list of current blockchain-music startups, and at the time of writing we’re up to 31.
One of them is Opus, which has been developing an “open-source decentralised music-sharing platform” with a demo based on the Ethereum blockchain and peer-to-peer technology IPFS.
The company is one of the startups focusing on music distribution: artists upload their music, and get 90% of the revenues generated from people streaming it. This comes with its own Opus tokens (OPTs) that reward artists, curators and fans alike for their activity on the platform.
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Source: Music ally

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