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How fast is this Blockchain thing going to take over? -

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How fast is this Blockchain thing going to take over?

How fast is this Blockchain thing going to take over?

Well that was fast, relatively speaking, we’re talking about Blockchain of course. Ever since Bitcoin hit the scene a few years ago there has been massive skepticism and concern over the use of crypto-currency, primarily by governments and multi-national businesses that fear the loss of control to the public. Of course the Millennial generation has embraced this new frontier fairly whole-heartedly, with 92% of them firmly expressing their distrust of banks according to an early 2016 white paper published by Facebook IQ. While many people in the general public still don’t really understand what Bitcoin or crypto-currency is, or the technology behind it. But suddenly major corporations are embracing blockchain technology at a record pace, not necessarily for currency related issues but for other applications which can greatly benefit from the superior tracking abilities it enables. Survey Says Normally an internet-based survey has about as much of a chance at being credible as a polling organization during the 2016 presidential election cycle (zing! ouch!). However, when that survey is done by Deloitte one tends to give it the benefit of the doubt to some extent. The survey in question found that 12% of big businesses, defined as a business with at least $500 million in…

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What can BlockAI and blockchain technology do for you?

What can BlockAI and the blockchain do for you?

Blockchain technology will change your life.  But how you ask? When I was younger I played in several bands, and in some we wrote our own music. My longest running and most successful venture (which consisted of two recorded albums and mostly free beer for payment from the clubs we played) was with several of my closest childhood friends, one of whom wrote all of our music. When he wanted to ensure that his intellectual property (the songs) were protected, he would mail them to himself and then save them unopened just in case. The fact that they were postmarked by the US postal service, if unopened, served as an inexpensive way to provide proof that he had actually created them at a certain time. So if years down the road he suddenly heard his song playing on the radio but it wasn’t him performing it, he could just pull out the postmarked package and head to a lawyer. Today artistic creations are mostly digital, so having proof of creation is more difficult. Anyone can fake a time stamp on an image, after all. Unless, of course, that time stamp is in the blockchain. If you’re unfamiliar with blockchain technology, it’s the permanent,…

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This Guy’s Solution for solving Programmatic Advertising Back End Automation Will Blow Your Mind

Programmatic Advertising and the Blockchain

Josh Engroff @jengroff the Chief Digital Officer of @themediakitchen has presented a truly innovative way to solve the current tedious back end issues for billing and record keeping for Programmatic advertising.  Use the Blockchain.  We’ve covered Blockchain Technology before on MediaJobs.com but this is the first time I have heard it applied to Ad Technology. Josh states that the use of the Blockchain would “1), improve programmatic advertising efficiency, and 2) evolve static business models.”  Programmatic advertising has done a great job minimizing the inefficiencies of the media buying and placement process (ie: placement, speeding execution) as well as now provides an amazing array of data never before available in one place. However when it comes to the backend, Engroff states that “The process by which payments are settled between parties in these transactions – brands, agencies, and media companies – has not evolved in decades. I’s is still a laborious process requiring invoices, accounts payable and receivable, payment terms (30, 45, 60?) and many, many people.”  We’ve all heard of Bitcoin but most do not realize that Bitcoin is powered by the Blockchain, which is a distributed database of data records.  It’s this approach to managing all the back…

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Blockchain technology makes Priceless Art thanks to Ascribe.

Priceless Art thanks to Ascribe and Blockchain technology

So we’ve touched upon this new and strange idea about digital scarcity in the past with a company called Neonmob. It turns out another company, a recently funded start-up called Ascribe allows writers and artists to make unique copies of their work that can be bought and sold. The concept is it cannot be duplicated because of blockchain technology. Bruce Pon, Trent McConaghy, and Masha McConaghy have a history in banking, hardware, and curation and have founded this company which has recently raised $2 million in seed from Earlybird Venture Capital, Freelands Ventures, Digital Currency Group, and various angels. Given the importance of IP and digital permanence Ascribe seems like a fascinating idea. The company stakes itself as a “notary and timestamp for intellectual property and creative works.” Which basically means if you claim it as an original and upload into the software, then it is. You can even download a certificate of authenticity, with it you can track where on the internet that image is traveling. You can loan it out to people or even transfer it to another user. You could even make another copy yourself and send it about, but Ascribe would know about it. Using blockchain…

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What is Digital Scarcity and how does that benefit NeonMob?

What is Digital Scarcity and how does that benefit NeonMob?

How on Earth did a company like NeonMob sell 4.8 million pieces of digital art since launching in 2012? They must have found a gimmick that works because so far they’ve raised a total of $2million dollars in seed funding from investors. Oh and get this, the guy who invented the hashtag back in 2007, Chris Messina is leaving Google after more than three and a half years to join this company. So what is it about Neon Mob that made Messina become this San Francisco Company’s head of community and growth? Digital Art is a growing industry and the fact is that there are so many images available on the web that trying to make money on it is very difficult, so NeonMob (jobs st NeonMob) is looking to make it so that an image available online is unique and worthy of being collected. How is this done? You have to create the idea of scarcity, that that image is limited in accessibility. The company offers a myriad of tools and features that the artist can apply to their works to help them build collections. Then if a customer wants to buy the collection they can. The artist determines…

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