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Blockchain technology may have first emerged with bitcoin but its significance extends far beyond the financial sector: it is ushering in a whole new techno-economic paradigm. This book provides the first critical, in-depth examination of blockchain's transformative impact on the creative industries, including music, media, art and gaming. Drawing on interviews with 10 leading start-ups and a comprehensive review of the literature, the author examines blockchain's impact on business models, addresses the barriers and risks, and concludes with policy recommendations that will help unlock value in the UK's creative economy.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Blockchain technology may have first emerged with bitcoin but its significance extends far beyond the financial sector: it is ushering in a whole new techno-economic paradigm. This book provides the first critical, in-depth examination of blockchain's transformative impact on the creative industries, including music, media, art and gaming. Drawing on interviews with 10 leading start-ups and a comprehensive review of the literature, the author examines blockchain's impact on business models, addresses the barriers and risks, and concludes with policy recommendations that will help unlock value in the UK's creative economy.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 157
  • Erscheinungstermin: 03.10.2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783030001902
  • Artikelnr.: 54195134
Autorenporträt
Marcus O'Dair is Associate Professor in Music and Innovation at Middlesex University, UK, and convenor of the Blockchain for Creative Industries cluster. He is also an Associate Editor of the Frontiers in Blockchain journal and a contributor to the Blockchain Research Institute.

Inhaltsangabe
1 Introduction Blockchain technologyThe creative industries Methodology Conclusion  2 Blockchain: the internet of value  From bitcoin to blockchain Blockchain 2.0: smart contracts and DAppsTokenonomics: blockchains and value Incorporative and radical applications Conclusion  3 Opportunities for the creative industries Ownership Attribution Distributed IP databases Distributed ownership  Smart, transparent payments and licensing LicensingRoyalty payments Transparency  Increased controlSetting parameters for pricing and using creative works Setting parameters for pricing and using tickets  New business models Consumption dataDigital scarcity Smart droit de suite payments
TokensConclusion  4 Barriers to adoption Political EconomicSocialTechnologicalLegalEnvironmentalConclusion  5 Risks of adoptionPolitical EconomicSocialTechnologicalLegalEnvironmentalConclusion  6 Conclusion and recommendations  Reasons to act RecommendationsRecommendation 1: Embed blockchain technology in the Industrial Strategy and creative industries 'sector deal'.Recommendation 2: Establish a cross-sector, cross-departmental blockchain working group.Recommendation 3: Publish clear guidelines on the treatment of cryptocurrencies and tokens Recommendation 4: Establish blockchain innovation hubs around the UK. Recommendation 5: Invest in the blockchain talent pipeline through schools and universities. Recommendation 6: Extend the FCA sandbox programme to include tokens and industries beyond fintech.Recommendation 7: Consider how best to regulate cryptocurrency exchanges in the UK. Recommendation 8: Take the lead in working towards global, multi-stakeholder blockchain governance.The future is distributed

Appendix: interview transcriptsArtosBlokurCivilCryptoKittiesFilmChainGUTSJAAKMaecenas Fine ArtPublica            Verisart Index