At the Le Meridien in Seoul, South Korea, CoinGeek hosted giants of the blockchain and tech industry. Among them was CEO Jay Lee of ONE Store\u2014the most popular app store in South Korea\u2014beating out both the Google Play Store and Apple Store. It\u2019s on Day 2 of the CoinGeek Conference, where he announced the upcoming launch of Buskon, a music platform with the concept of busking online. Admittedly, Lee isn\u2019t a musician and doesn\u2019t know how to play an instrument. \u201cI don\u2019t have any personal experience with music but when we see a busking musician, they have a place where you can toss in coins. Why not do it online?\u201d he later said after his announcement. On the morning of October 2, the very polite and soft-spoken Lee took the stage and everyone in the audience was dead silent in anticipation of his upcoming announcement. No one knows yet what platform his company has built, however, everyone knows it\u2019s destined to disrupt any industry it is in. Lee is fluent in Korean and English, but for this announcement, he chose to drop his big news in Korean to better express himself. Everyone made a beeline towards the translations desk to grab a device. \u201cMiddlemen take advantage of the music market,\u201d Lee said during his announcement. As a music creator, there\u2019s no way to find out how much a musician profits from their creation. Lee makes a resonating statement that musicians should be paid by how much listeners are touched by their music. Buskon is a music platform made for musicians but it will also play an integral role in Bitcoin SV\u2019s ecosystem of earning and using. Musicians will earn from BSV donated to them by viewers who appreciate their work and, in return, will use the BSV they\u2019ve earned on other platforms to purchase goods and services. \u201cAny musician can upload their video and the viewers can listen and watch without paying anything. If the user really likes the musician, they make a donation to the creator. If they don\u2019t like it, they can move on to the next creator. That\u2019s the whole concept. It\u2019s more of supporting the musician,\u201d Lee added during our interview. After scouring for the best technology to build Buskon on and after testing out several blockchains, including Ethereum, it fell short of what they were looking for. Lee admitted that \u201cBitcoin SV wasn\u2019t our first choice.\u201d Ethereum was the hottest blockchain at the time so they tested Buskon on it with all the features laid out. However, according to Lee, \u201cscaling could not catch-up.\u201d With BSV\u2019s big blocks and low fees, it has the capability to efficiently scale. Another reason why Lee chose BSV is its very, very low fees. It\u2019s cheap to send secure transactions to musicians. Lee added that Etheruem\u2019s Gas execution fees are too expensive for safe, instant transactions. He was impressed with the BSV blockchain\u2019s split key technique and thought the idea was \u201cgenius.\u201d Building on BSV was not only logical but also reliable because data is set in stone and immutable. Lee added that they will embrace the post-Internet era, which is Metanet and declared that, \u201cWe want to become important partners of BSV.\u201d When asked about his impression of the CoinGeek Seoul Conference, he said, \u201cI came here this morning and it was fun and very energetic. We\u2019ve gone through many steps to research and understand, and compared (BSV) with many other blockchain projects and technology.\u201d Buskon is slated to launch this October.