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Play Music on – a Bitcoin Cash Infused Global Playlist

Just recently a developer launched a new bitcoin-centric web application called, an online Jukebox that features a global playlist shared in real time. Users from all around the world can choose music video selections from Youtube for a fraction of bitcoin cash (BCH), and the video will be played on the platform.

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A jukebox is a classic machine that allows individuals to play songs from the device after depositing coins into the machine. Traditionally a jukebox will play a list of chosen songs in succession and everyone near the device will hear other people’s songs in the playlist. is an online jukebox that anyone can use by simply paying a small amount of BCH. The cool thing about the platform is you can see the songs other people have chosen in real-time and skip them if you don’t favor the particular track. Moreover when paying for a song to be added to the global playlist, some of the funds are donated to the Venezuelan nonprofit ‘eatBCH.’

Play Music on a Bitcoin Cash Infused Global Playlist
Young Thug featuring Niki Minaj is currently playing on at the time of publication.

The developer of explains last week that he made the platform to show the community how simple it is to create cool bitcoin cash infused protocols onto web applications.

“I made this — Please have a look and give it a try,” explains the developer and Reddit user /u/knj77.

I wanted to let people know that it is very easy to incorporate BCH into web services, so I created this.

Play Music on a Bitcoin Cash Infused Global Playlist
Choose your favorite artist, song, and video and add to the global playlist for a small fraction of BCH, some of the proceeds go to the charitable organization @eatBCH

Another Platform Joins the Growing Infrastructure of Bitcoin Cash ‘Killer Apps’ has a selection section with a ‘plus and music symbol,’ where users can choose videos from their favorite music artists. The center switch has a skip button if you don’t favor the particular track that is playing at the time.

To the left, there is a volume button, and on the right sidebar is the current playlist queue of songs. While listening to for well over an hour it seems most users choose quite a bit of hip-hop and R&B tracks, but there is a variety of other types of music as well.

Play Music on a Bitcoin Cash Infused Global Playlist has three buttons including ‘add song’, ‘skip song’, and ‘volume.’ The right sidebar is the current playlist queue of songs.

To add a track to the global playlist, simply press the ‘plus and music symbol,’ and a search bar will appear where you can choose specific songs and artists. After selecting a song you want to play a BCH address and QR code will appear, and after the payment is processed the song will be added to the global music playlist. uses the Insticce platform for the payment system tied to the online music playing software.

Play Music on a Bitcoin Cash Infused Global Playlist gives a BCH address and QR code so users can add their favorite tracks to the global playlist powered by bitcoin cash.

The app is just another cool idea added to the bitcoin cash ecosystem as a slew of other platforms like Joystream, Tipme BCH, Cointext, Tippr Bot, Memo, and more join the innovative environment. It’s also interesting sharing a global music playlist with participants from all around the world to get an idea of the genres of music they are listening to these days.

What do you think about the application? Let us know your thoughts on this project in the comments below.

Images via Shutterstock, bitcoin cash,, and Youtube.

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Artists, BCH, BCH Address, BCH Community, bitcoin cash, Cryptocurrency, eatBCH, Global, micropayments, Microtransactions, music, N-Technology, QR Code, Songs, Youtube Videos

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Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman is the News Lead at News and a financial tech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open-source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 6,000 articles for News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.

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