Pick-your-price marketplace for music, games & ebooks

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Buskers have played on city streets for hundreds of years, working on the premise that people are willing to pay for a decent performance. Operating on a similar model, Anjuno could be seen as returning music to its pay-what-you-want roots. Launched in May, Anjuno allows creators of music, games and ebooks to post their work on the site, which fans can download and enjoy, then pay the artist whatever they think it’s worth. The system accepts payments at any level—including free. Anjuno takes a commission of 15% per sale.

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