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Follow BitChord on Medium at @bitchord Visit www.bitchord.io Guitar players not getting fairly paid for their content is a growing problem today, as existing platforms are taking a huge chunk of their profits. It’s clear that the answer lies elsewhere despite the many, many alternatives who basically offer the same inefficient model in a different package. It’s long overdue to put the power in the hands of guitarists. We live in an age where guitar players are making a less than satisfactory profit on the original content they upload and share with their audience online. High-profile lawsuits against music giants…

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Follow BitChord on Medium at @bitchord Visit  www.bitchord.io   The Internet has long been hailed as the best thing that happened since penicillin. But long after the hype from the initial rollout wore out, it’s becoming apparent the digital domain is far from being a universal cure. And this is especially true in the music sector. From singers and songwriters having a huge chunk of their earnings taken by music streaming to guitar players not being able to monetize their videos on YouTube or flat-out sharing their original backing tracks and tablatures for free on popular guitar forums — content creators are…

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Follow BitChord on Medium at @bitchord Making a living is not the first thing to come to mind when you think of playing guitar. For most players it’s difficult to even get out as much as they have invested in it financially. BitChord is the platform that will change that. In the past decade, the market for guitarists has become saturated to a point, where existing platforms cannot keep up with the up-and-coming artists on the scene. The end result? An overflow of guitar players on social media networks like YouTube, where they share their original content with the world…