Music On The Blockchain – authored by the Blockchain for Creative Industries research cluster at Middlesex University – was published last month as an in-depth, multi-disciplinary academic analysis of blockchain’s potential applications for the music industry. In Part 1 of the 4.5 Blog’s review of the
Much has been made of the potential of blockchain technology and its immutable transaction ledger. While larger institutions – mainly financial – have expressed cautious interest and support in blockchain’s possibilities, it is the many different corners of the music industry that have lauded blockchain as
What did the attendees think of our latest seminar in New York? Find out in the video below. Music 4.5 Blockchain interviews from 2Pears on Vimeo.
The latest Music 4.5 seminar in New York focused on blockchain and the trust issues around the technology. Find out what the speakers had to say in our event video. Music 4.5 Blockchain from 2Pears on Vimeo.
“Is the music industry ready for transparency, truth, organization and clean data?” asked Vickie Nauman from CrossBorderWorks and Future of Music Coalition. This was one of many questions posed at Music 4.5: Blockchain and the trust issue, which took place at ReedSmith in New York
ED note: Jesse Walden, co-founder of Mine and Mediachain, will be speaking TODAY at Music 4.5: Blockchain and the trust issue. The blog post below has been reprinted with permission from the Mine Labs blog. To hear Jesse and our stellar speaker panel dissect blockchain
Music 4.5: Blockchain and the trust issue is happening! If you’re in New York on 26 April, we want to see you. Whether you’ve already booked, are on the fence, or want to come but can’t, we’ve rounded up the ‘greatest hits’ of our latest blog posts
Jesse Grushack is part of the team at ConsenSys, the venture production studio that builds decentralized applications and various developer and end-user tools for blockchain ecosystems, focusing primarily on Ethereum. He is one of our guest speakers at Music 4.5: Blockchain and the trust issue on 26
Joe Conyers III is Vice President of Technology for Downtown Music Publishing, where he oversees their digital, application and technology strategy. He will be speaking at Music 4.5: Blockchain and the trust issue on 26 April in New York. We caught up with him ahead
ED note: The following is an excerpt from the upcoming IAEL book, “Monetization of the Global Music Business – From Creators to Major Industry”. Its author, Deborah Newman, is a recognized digital music thought leader who founded MusicStrat in 2008 to combine her deep experience in the music,