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Deutsche Welle, EU media blockchain consortium plans IDEAthon - Ledger Insights
European Union-funded consortium, Bloomen, is exploring blockchain for media such as photos, videos and music. German…
European Union-funded consortium, Bloomen, is exploring blockchain for media such as photos, videos and music. German state-owned broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW) is one of the founders of the alliance, which is leveraging blockchain for improving content flows and creator remuneration.
Bloomen aims to launch pilots for the three areas, music ownership claims, photojournalism and WebTV services. There’s a focus on enabling better copyright protection and management, creating a robust payments system, efficient contracts, new content marketplaces and a decentralized ecosystem for all stakeholders.
In accordance with changing contents trend to video casting, it predicts market growth. Social media, the rise of Stories and the way in which people consume media have all contributed to making video more important than ever before, meaning it pays to be aware of the video marketing trends for 2020. In fact, 83% of marketers believe that video is becoming increasingly important, which signals the start of more brands using them as part of their digital marketing strategies.
How blockchain could solve Facebook's deepfake problem - Decrypt
Facebook announced on Monday a ban on deepfakes; video or audio that's manipulated to mislead. For instance, a video…
Facebook is facing the issue of deepfake problem for 2020 election, while if a video is reported as being a deepfake, Facebook will send it off to one of its fact-checkers, such as the Associated Press or AFP, where an employee will check it over.
As a solution, some blockchain companies promise to plug the gap right at its source. One such solution, Amber Video, encrypts all data captured using its app and logs “fingerprints” on the blockchain in real-time, so videos can always be traced back to their source.
DLive Joins BitTorrent Ecosystem to Make Blockchain-Based Content Sharing Mainstream
DLive joins BitTorrent ecosystem to bring blockchain-based content sharing to 100 million monthly active users.
Peer-to-peer filesharing giant BitTorrent announced on Dec. 30 that DLive, the blockchain-based live streaming platform, will be joining its ecosystem, and it helps to bring peer-to-peer content sharing and live streaming capabilities to BitTorrent’s 100 million monthly active users.
DLive, which was launched nearly 2 years ago, already has over 5 million monthly active users and a passionate live streaming community.
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