Blockchain for New Media, Content Rights and Creators

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As a new media industry and LA native I have not been surprised but heavily disappointed at the lack of traction in solving some of the largest industry issues using blockchain. Why is the industry continuously not learning its previous hard lessons and behind the ball on what is the 2nd wave of the revolution that shook the industry in the first place? And how do we change it?

Grant Blaisdell
79 months ago

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When you ask, "Why is the industry continuously not learning its previous hard lessons and behind the ball on what is the 2nd wave of the revolution that shook the industry in the first place?" which industry? Which issues? What were the previous lessons not learned, and why does the industry need to solve them, rather than others?
There are in fact companies using blockchain to solve complex rights management issues. For example, Mediachain, recently acquired by Spotify, solves attribution using blockchain. I expect there are many others.
One could take the Digital Object Identifier System, which has a very clearly defined specification for digital object rights management, and use blockchain to build a solution.

Robert Collings
79 months ago
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Blockchain allows for the creation of immutable records of ownership infinite craft and attribution for digital content. Through the use of blockchain-based platforms, creators can timestamp their work on the blockchain, establishing irrefutable proof of ownership.

carina mon
9 days ago
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Even amidst disappointment, your awareness of the incredibox industry's potential and your desire for progress demonstrate a forward-thinking mindset that inspires change and innovation.





Nathaniel Kalman
13 hours ago

Have some input?