Creators have played a central role throughout history, creating works such as paintings, books, music pieces... that have become a part of human history. However, for centuries, creators have been dependent on centralized entities such as states, kings, religious leaders, and rich patrons to commission their work. This trend has accelerated in the 20th century with the rise of arts such as cinema, music, and literature, where movie directors, authors, and musicians are controlled by centralized organizations like studios, publishers, and music labels, earning only a fraction of the value they create through their work.

The internet brought hope for creators to reach a wider audience without the need for centralized organizations, but it soon became clear that the value generated by their work was being captured by large platforms. This has led to creators earning a fraction of what they deserve.

Frak Protocol aims to change this by creating a decentralized relationship between creators and users, where creators can earn a fair share of the value they generate and users can also benefit from the value they contribute. The Frak token serves as a conductor in this relationship. Additionally, centralized commissioning in the cultural world often leads to censorship, Frak Protocol aims to break away from this centralization.

Why shouldn't creators and users also receive the dividends generated by these services?

Frac is the name of the orchestra conductor outfit. Frak token aims to orchestrate the relationship between Creators and Users.

And we also know that sometimes centralized commissioning in the cultural world is synonym with censorship. In 1978, the famous series "Battlestar Galactica" had to find a world instead of the censored "fuck".

So let's frak the centralization !!!

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