How Blockchain, Co-Ops and ‘Microsubscription’ Services Could Help Artists Earn More From Music Streaming

The major labels’ influence over over track placement on services like Spotify and Apple Music — and the formulas they use to calculate artist payouts — has left many music makers still struggling to make a living in the streaming ecosystem. Now, though, a growing number of smaller streaming services have emerged offering artists a better deal, using alternative ways to split up the pie.

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