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Online content streaming is dead. Long live the music NFTs -Breaking

Recent years have seen major changes in the music business. In recent years, we have witnessed the impact of the internet on music. The most notable was 1999, when Napster emerged. Peer-to-peer streaming allowed artists to upload their work and made it revolutionary.

Streaming has become the dominant format for music today, through Apple (NASDAQ:), Amazon (NASDAQ:), Tencent Music and the clear category winner — Spotify (NYSE:). Spotify, as well as other platforms and distribution services like Amazon (NASDAQ:), Tencent Music and Spotify (NYSE:) are all about empowering artists and enabling them to do more with less.

Joan WestenbergShe is a Web 3.0 author, angel investor, and creative director. Studio Self is her tech PR and communications company. She also joined the MODA AAO team. Wired has published her work in The SF Chronicle and Wired. She also contributed to The Observer and ABC. Junkee and SBS have been featured. You can find Pizza Party and sharing your thoughts on Web 3.0 and NFTs.