Spotify reportedly ejected tens of thousands of songs from California AI music startup Boomy as claims of fake streams surge—could blockchain be the solution?
Soundoshi unleashes a new model that will drive music revenue while revealing why it chose BSV over other blockchains in the market and how NFTs could revolutionize the industry.
Spotify has been experimenting with NFTs for a year, and now, it’s launched special playlists only available to NFT holders in the U.K., U.S., Germany, and Australia.
Michal Scislowski was at the Blockchain 4 Gaming event in his home turf of Warsaw to discuss Soundoshi and its audio NFTs, and he had something for the gamers too.
Soundoshi allows the creation of music NFTs so the consumer will own the music they buy—as opposed to simply being given access to it in return for a subscription.
The two-day event attracted hundreds of attendees, with blockchain’s role in Nigeria’s development and the unmatched potential of BSV being the standout themes.
At the first BSV Global Blockchain Convention, DeFiance Media got a chance to catch up with some of BSV’s leading personalities who talked about their current projects and the power of BSV.
Michal Scislowski joined CoinGeek TV to talk about graduating from the Satoshi Block Dojo, what he’s doing with Soundoshi, and integrating audio NFTs.
Now that the dust has well and truly settled on the BSV Global Blockchain Convention (GBC) in Dubai, it’s time to look back and reflect on the moments that got everybody talking.
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