How blockchain could help stop video piracy in its tracks

An Australian video tech firm has successfully tested a blockchain trial that could end up being a welcome relief for video creators and the fight against video piracy. Linius applied video virtualisation technology and smart contracts to control and transact video as a digital asset within the blockchain itself.

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