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BLOCKCHAIN: DISRUPTING BUSINESSES & CHANGING THE RULES FOR CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

The excitement surrounding the possibilities of blockchain technology and its potential to disrupt existing business models are at an all-time high - and rightly so. While a lot of the attention is on financial services right now, the creative industry will also be impacted by the disruptive force of this technology. The way content creators, including authors, artists and publishers interact with their audience throughout the content life cycle will evolve thanks to blockchain.

Come join us for a Blockchain for Creators crash course to LEARN, INSPIRE and REFLECT.

Click below to register for the session. Spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

When: March 28, 2018 from 12:30PM – 4:30PM
Where: TRS 3-129, 9th Floor, Ryerson University, Ted Rogers School of Management, 55 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5G 2C3
Who: A joint presentation by Access Copyright’s Innovation Lab & ColliderX

Session Agenda:

  1. LEARN
    • History: The genesis of blockchain
    • Blockchain fundamentals
    • Criteria for identifying a good blockchain use case
  2. INSPIRE
    • Impact of blockchain across industries
    • Adoption by regulators and government
    • Use of blockchain specifically within the creative industry
  3. REFLECT
    • Identify potential use cases of blockchain with your business / industry

Session Outcomes: At the end of the session, you will better understand how blockchain could be used within the creative sector and the impact it may have on your business.

JOIN US AND HAVE BLOCKCHAIN DEMYSTIFIED!

About Access Copyright’s Innovation Lab: We are trying to help demystify blockchain. We are working on proof-of-concepts and pilots to understand how this disruptive technology may apply to content creators, including authors, artists and publishers.

About Collider-X: A blockchain [+] R&D lab, we are seeking answers to foundational technical problems in order to steward the development of blockchain technology and converging technologies such as A.I. and IoT.

For questions, please contact:

Sapan Narang: snarang@accesscopyright.ca
or
Mawadda Basir: mawadda@collider-x.org