How can blockchain make a real impact on music?
Posted on: 1 mars 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Today’s by:Larm conference in Oslo included a panel on blockchain technology and the music industry. No wait, stop! Don’t click away! Come back!
In fact, there have been so many blockchain panels at music-industry conferences in the last two years, we’ve probably used that intro joke before. It’s true, though, that there’s a bit of a backlash at the moment – not against blockchain tech itself, as such, but around over-promising what it can do for the industry and musicians.
Today’s panel aimed to talk about some of the more practical implementations of this technology around music, and how blockchain can make a meaningful impact for musicians. Speakers included Jaak’s Becky Brook; Reed Smith’s Sophie Goossens; and DBTH’s Virginie Berger. The moderator was Music Ally’s Steve Mayall.
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