How Blockchain is Transforming the Creative Industries

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Author: Marcus O'Dair
Release Date: November 10, 2017

Abstract:

This project examines intellectual property on the blockchain. It identifies the key issues, strategies, and approaches to managing copyright in the creative industries that will enable artists to capitalize on this breakthrough technology, navigate the associated complexities, and disintermediate any party that adds no value.

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