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Access control technologies under the banner of Digital Rights Management have failed to defend art creators. Semantic Blockchain can help them.
Music startup Revelator raised $2.5 million last week by offering a new kind of tracking for music rights and allowing royalties to be more efficiently distributed to the correct owners.
Blockchain technology makes it difficult to cheat. Could music artists benefit from this feature? CoinTelegraph talked to a number of experts to learn how the music industry could adapt to the rules of the digital age.
How can Blockchain change the industry’s revenue stream due to its ability to store, organise and share data based on a concept of transparency?
The California-based annual Coachella music and arts festival began the shift towards cashless payments in 2014. This year the transition continued with all vendors accepting Android Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay.
CCEDK, OpenLedger and PeerTraks partnered with new blockchain-based platform called MUSE to offer unique opportunities for monetising music.
New step in music industry worldwide by Bittunes offering unknown Artists to achieve recognition.
It's the year 2055, and the music industry has changed. No longer are the days where recording industry executives reap more profits than the artists themselves.
Colu, a platform using Bitcoin blockchain technology, today announced that it has beta launched its platform for developers.
A new report by the Berklee College of Music and the Institute of Creative Entrepreneurship Rethink Music estimates that around 20 to 50 percent of money generated by streaming is never returned to the artists.
Sorry record labels, music does not need you anymore. ChangeTip arrived on Soundcloud this week.
Toronto’s industrial rock band 22HERTZ, created by Ralf Muller, is set to encode a copyright of the band’s new single into the Bitcoin blockchain.
The music industry has been dominated by big record labels for decades. They have the power to turn an emerging artist into a pop culture sensation. This golden ticket to wealth and fame unfortunately comes with many strings attached, and the music industry has developed a reputation for sucking the soul out of art in order to increase profits. With evolving technology, artists are empowered to cut out the middleman and take ownership of their career.
The music industry, along with print journalism, is one of the most obvious examples of the Internet completely flipping something on its head.
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