Russian developer Miro Sarbaev has launched his Kroogi site in North America, Europe and South America. It’s aimed at musicians, artists, photographers and other creative types to sell their work on a ‘pay what you like’ basis. To promote its global launch, Kroogi is hosting a remix contest for Russian band Tatu (yes, they are still going). More than 45,000 creatives are already offering their content through the site, too.

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