A new incentivized, multimedia ecosystem called Current, which is backed by a number of
prominent investors including Mark Cuban, is changing the media streaming landscape.
Current allows users to get paid for playing their media on platforms like Spotify and YouTube.
It lets each user choose how they want to stream their media and get paid for it.
Full details are available at: https://current.us
The site explains that Current is the next generation of media streaming, consolidating the best
content and features from the most popular media networks into an all in one, personalized
Users who stream content get rewarded for their time streaming, ad impressions and personal
data shared. The system will be launching initially on the Current platform, and then the
protocol will open for developers and third party providers to utilize.
The CRNC token reduces or eliminates premium subscription costs and facilitates ad
purchases, and anyone can earn them. They simply have to stream their favorite content
through the Current Platform.
These tokens can be used immediately or used to reduce or eliminate the cost of subscriptions
with popular content providers.
Current allows anyone to access their favorite content with ease. Powered by Blockchain
technology, it offers a nearly limitless content library, which covers a wide range of areas,
including music, video, film, audio books, podcasts and more.
Current is renowned for being easy to use, and one of the features that helps to streamline the
onboarding process is the fact that it automatically creates a CRNC wallet for every user.
The company states: “By consolidating popular media networks into one place, Current
already provides more than 200,000 users with a more convenient search and discovery
With the launch of the platform token, users will be rewarded for streaming content
from their favorite networks like Spotify, YouTube and SoundCloud.”
The ecosystem is designed to evolve over time and is being built in a hybrid fashion.
Full details of the platform and its benefits can be found on the URL above.