Apple and Google may have complete dominance in the mobile apps market the world over, but in South Korea, one platform has managed to topple them both and take over the lucrative market in one of Asia’s largest economies. Despite being quite young, ONE Store has grown aggressively in Korea, and now, it has set its sights on using the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain to disrupt the music industry.
Speaking to CoinGeek during the recently held CoinGeek Seoul Conference, CEO Jay Lee explained how ONE Store has managed to compete against the big tech giants and emerged victorious. While Apple and Google charge up to 30% of the revenues raised by publishers such as game and app developers, ONE Store just charges 5%. This ensures that the publishers make much more from their work.
Lee was one of the speakers in the conference where he made one of the biggest revelations in the BSV ecosystem yet—BUSKON, a music platform that is building on the concept of online busking.
BUSKON will enable the music industry to finally get rid of the middle men who keep on exploiting the content creators and making money from the hard work of the musicians.
“P2P commerce gets rid of the middleman,” Lee explained. “So, we made a decision to start with a small project, by the name BUSKON. This is a whole new concept of music distribution. The music creator uploads their content, the customers will then listen to or watch that content and if they like it, they’ll give a token to them.”
ONE Store began working on the project in 2018, with lot of trials and errors finally culminating into the success that BUSKON is. The company also experimented with a few other blockchain platforms before finally coming to the conclusion that BSV was the best fit for the job.
We tried other blockchain projects, but finally we found that BSV can resolve all the issues we have; reliability, security and more.
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