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SingularDTV, which is re-branded as Breaker, has introduced a new Dapp to allow payments directly to the creators of music titles and movies. The new app facilitates payment by the fans directly to the creators without the need for other distribution platforms.

The breaker would soon introduce an innovative app for Smart TVs and mobile devices. The fans can pay directly for watching the content. Senior Vice President (Brand Marketing), Kerry Fitzmaurice said Breaker took six months to move and provide more than blockchain. It aimed to adopt a business model involving fans than technology. The company did a brainstorming session to keep the viewer base and to come out with a new way to get the creators paid directly by the fans. Breaker introduced a beta version of DApp on January 31, 2019.

The launch of Breaker on January 31, 2019, includes films: comedy (Henry Rollins’s KEEP TALKING PAL), hard-hitting documentaries (THE ROAD MOVIE), Kelly Reichardt’s MEEK’S CUT-OFF, Cate Blanchett’s MANIFESTO, classics (A STAR IS BORN from 1937), and Christine Crokos’s PIMP. The critical alliances of Breaker include Gramatik’s LowTemp Records, Oscilloscope Laboratories, and FilmRise.

Chief Executive Officer of SingularDTV, LeBeau said the company re-branded itself into a Breaker in tune with its dynamic concept. It is an idea of evolving and create an impact in the entertainment industry. Kim Jackson, President, and Co-founder said the re-branded company offers a helping hand to the rights holders and artists to monetize their efforts.

The early offering includes DJ Spooky Songs

The breaker would consist of the David Lynch, and Steven Sodenbergh produced movies and DJ Spooky Songs in the initial offering. The early content would also include the songs from Casey Pearl, a singer, and writer. The company also roped in Alex Winter, a filmmaker, for the production of ‘Trust Machine: The Story of Blockchain,’ a documentary debuted in New York last fall. While commenting on the development, Sodenbergh said looking for innovative ways to simplify and improve transparency in the business and become an early entrant. Breaker created a new logo (following the name change) to denote hive mind, which relates to decentralized marketing places.

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