Let’s face it: these days, there is a blockchain solution to pretty much anything. Did anyone seriously expect that the music industry, which is worth an estimated $45 billion globally, was going to be immune to the distributed ledger disruption? No, I didn’t think so. There are several startups currently working on innovative ways to apply blockchain technology to music, as Allen Bargfred discusses in his article. While I agree with his view and share his optimism, I believe my excitement about these new possibilities comes from a different place: the potential for blockchain to make the music industry fairer to…

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