At DeFi Summit London, Paperchain & Centrifuge leveraged funding from the Maker Foundation, one of the teams contributing to the Maker Protocol, a decentralized finance protocol, to advance US$60,035 in Spotify revenue to a Paperchain record label customer.
Author: David Gogel (Paperchain)
Editor: Daniel Dewar (Paperchain)
The Protocol Canvas is a means of mapping primitives between actors within a decentralized protocol. Derived from the Business Model Canvas, the Protocol Canvas is designed for decentralized systems and is a fully open-sourced effort.
The purpose of creating the Protocol Canvas is to help individuals and organizations capture their protocol design in a standardized way and to contribute towards the newly-realized discipline of Token Engineering.
This meetup has been in the pipeline for a while and I’m glad to finally announce the kick-off for the NYC edition of the Token Engineering community meetup. We at Paperchain are very interested in exploring token models that can shift paradigms of data, commerce and services.
Here’s How You Know Mic-Coalition “Shiv Act” Is About Screwing Songwriters Not Transparency But here is where the bill is particular cruel. If a songwriter does not report information on a single cover, the way the bill is written, the songwriter then loses their rights for EVERY recording. I don’t think this is an accident. This actually creates a mechanism for depriving every songwriter of legal fees and statutory damages, on every song ever written.
There’s a lot of discussion in the music industry right now around transparency and rights management. This is in tandem with a discussion on how this would be implemented, and at the moment that discussion is being led by blockchain.
As it is a relatively new technology, there’s not many who understand the technology and why it would be suggested as a solution for many of the music industry’s rights data challenges.