Creators want more control over music and art. How can a decentralized social media platform help?
Hop-on, Inc. (OTCPK: HPNN) has obtained a limited license for the music works of more than 1.2 million artists. That’s more than 20 million works accessible from digitalage.com, a decentralized social media platform. This allows artists to back up or transfer social media from existing platforms.
Coincidentally, on the same day the deal was signed, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters told Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) Mark Zuckerberg that Instagram would promote his song “Another Brick in the Wall” to promote its social media platform. I told the world that I couldn’t use it. This website, accessible to some pre-registered users, is currently in alpha testing and new features are released weekly.
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Decentralization of social media nails “another brick on the wall”
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