MusicLife is the world's first music exchange. The original model of "earning revenue by listening to music" enables users to automatically purchase music shares by paying for music and to earn an equivalent dividend from the song. MusicLife owns 600 thousand registered users, while its accessed music playback software covers 30 million registered users. With the $5 million funding round and support from numerous celebrities, MusicLife was praised by media as one of the most potential projects of next-generation blockchain applications.
MusicLife is a blockchain music exchange ecosystem that allows fans own “stocks” of songs and purchase music. Every shareholder can earn dividends directly from their song shares. MusicLife is also pioneering a model that lets users mine cryptocurrency by listening to songs on musical wearables. Since launching this June, over 600,000 people have signed up on the MusicLife exchange, which has over 30 million users in its ecosystem.
On MusicLife, music holders (artists or record companies) can license their copyrighted music to the platform where it will be free to listen to until it hits 50,000 plays. Once a song reaches this threshold, an AI-powered mechanism will set a price for it based off frequency of plays and create a MusicToken. MusicTokens represent the property rights of songs and are split into multiple shares. Music holders will own 95 percent of shares and MusicLife will own five percent of shares. Fans will have the opportunity to purchase up to 45 percent of existing shares from music holders.
While paying for music, fans can get song shares in the equivalent amount of the song’s listening price, which will remain at a low rate of around one dollar. In addition to paying to listen to songs, users can purchase and exchange shares of songs with MitCoin (MITC) on the music exchange directly. As songs increase in popularity, MusicToken shareholders earn MITC dividends.
MusicLife also allows other softwares to embed their music libraries for free via an SDK. Software linked to MusicLife will share in the profits generated by users purchasing music. The first software embedded is the app echo Music which provides innovative music services and has 30 million users worldwide.
MusicLife has also developed a model which lets users mine cryptocurrency by simply listening to song on connected musical hardware. Musical wearables can connect to MusicLife through an SDK which allows the hardware to collect listening data and establishes MusicLife’s song prices. In exchange for their listening data, users who opt in will earn MITC directly, effectively mining cryptocurrency by listening to music. The audio glasses, MusicLens™ will be the first piece of hardware to connect to MusicLife’s ecosystem.
MusicLens™ are trendy glasses that use bone-conduction technology to play music without headphones. MusicLens™ glasses also have sensors which can verify that a human is listening to a song, allowing MusicLife to accurately set song prices in their ecosystem. MusicLens™ will be in mass production in late 2018.