So I am trying to comprehend what you mean.
flyblackbox
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If such a scenario you’d need a trusted third party to count views or something. If you ever see the phrase ‘trusted third party’ you know that blockchain is a bad fit, as it’s entire design makes many expensive choices to get around the need for such trust.

But, you could do a voluntary system, where the blockchain lowers the cost of compliance. So there’s one public ledger and you register your art there with accompanying terms of user. Users have a wallet address where they can choose to send you money in exchange for use. You could even sell the underlying rights to the work easily and the system would work just fine.

Of course, voluntary compliance has it’s limits.

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