Korean Conglomerate CJ Develops Blockchain for Music Copyright 

CJ, one of South Korea’s largest conglomerates, is developing a blockchain-based music copyright management system. The digital copyright system will keep a history of the broadcasting of copyrighted songs and store the information on the blockchain. The goal is to allow the owners and users of the material to share the resulting ledger and arrive at an equitable payment scheme for the use of the copyrighted intellectual property.

Source: Korean Conglomerate CJ Develops Blockchain for Music Copyright – CoinDesk

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