LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 23, 2022 / Today’s major streaming platforms have done a massive disservice to their millions of patrons. Since their establishment, music artists have been heavily underserved and exploited by the current status quo to the point that a systemic revolution is necessary for the overall growth of the music scene.
Most artists these days can’t afford to make a living through their music or even engage with their beloved fans. Suffice to say, the music industry has become an unsustainable pursuit for many emerging talents. Fortunately, SIKI is poised to break new ground in the music industry using traditional and Web3 technology to help monetize the connection between artists and their fans.
SIKI is a music and social streaming platform that puts the power back into the hands of talented creators. Leading the charge toward a digital revolution in the music industry, the emerging global platform grants artists and creators with tools for multiple revenue streams and a deeper engagement with their fans.
Even the late Western Philosopher Alan Watts has been an enormous target for content exploitation. In fact, most of his works have been monetized by other people by reuploading them across major streaming platforms such as Spotify and YouTube to reap the benefits of Alan’s own original content.
Alan Watts was an English writer, speaker, and self-styled “philosophical entertainer” famous for interpreting and popularizing Japanese, Chinese and Indian traditions of Buddhist, Taoist, and Hindu philosophy for a Western audience.
According to a report, the official Alan Watts YouTube channel has over 63,000 subscribers and 1.5 million upload views, as opposed to reuploads from third-party channels. With 100,000,000 combined views, these third parties have taken an estimated value of $300,000 to $500,000 from pirated content that belongs to the Alan Watts Foundation. This massive disparity is the kind of injustice the SIKI platform is trying to remedy.
In a recent move to bring the power back to the original creator, The Alan Watts Foundation has announced its entry into the world of Web3, making the works of the late Western philosopher more accessible through the SIKI platform. Most of Alan’s greatest content can now be streamed through the powerhouse platform, along with some of his best and rarest lectures which are readily available for fans to peruse.
The Alan Watts Foundation is also releasing never before heard works from Alan Watts, as well as music-accompanied works that are officially approved by the foundation. All of Alan’s works will be minted as an NFT on Hedera Hashgraph. In addition, the works will allow the foundation to gain revenues and support through streaming royalties, tips, subscriptions and sales of the NFT collectibles.
The foundation has chosen Hedera Hashgraph as its distributed public ledger due to its aligning values. Hedera is a carbon-negative network that offers ten-time faster transactions compared to other blockchain alternatives, as well as affordable gas fees that are more accessible to the average person. Hedera is also owned and governed by the world’s leading organizations, making it a credible partner for The Alan Watts Foundation moving forward. These esteemed organizations include IBM, Google, LG, and Boeing, to name a few.
Ultimately, SIKI aims to revolutionize the creator economy completely and help artists adequately monetize their work while bridging the gap and connecting with their fans via an interactive platform. Its partnership with The Alan Watts Foundation is only the beginning as more and more creators rediscover the power of true ownership through SIKI. So step into the future and look ahead for what’s next by being part of SIKI.
Company name: SIKI
Contact Number: 1.310.953.8937
Email Address: [email protected]