ProMusicDB.org To Host Webinar on Blockchain for Musicians
What does a musician need to know about Blockchain? On Friday, October 21, ProMusicDB.org will host a live, free webinar to discuss how Blockchain technology could affect the way musicians are credited and paid for their work in the new music industry. Scheduled guests include George Howard, Berklee School of Music; Bill Rosenblatt, President of GiantSteps Media Technology Strategies; Peter Harris, Resonate; and Levent Karahan, EveAra. Anyone interested can register for free at https://app.webinarjam.net/register/31302/94d6b1a57a.
“ProMusicDB.org is dedicated to preserving music history in the digital world, and making sure artists are properly credited for the work they do,” says Christy Crowl, Founder and CEO of ProMusicDB.org. “The emergence of Blockchain technology has been swift in the music industry, and although it appears to offer a wealth of opportunity for musicians, there is a lot for music creators to learn. First, Blockchain platform technologies are still in their infancy. Until the platforms reach a level of technological maturity, musicians still need a robust, curated, and authoritative record built on proven and existing technology. This will provide a launching point to adopting the best-of-breed Blockchain technologies as they continue to evolve. We hope to give musicians some real world information about Blockchain in this educational webinar, and demystify the effects it will have on how they get credit and get paid in the new music business.”
Anyone who registers for the webinar will also get a free download of ProMusicDB.org’s Digital Musician Companion™ templates, a tool created for ProMusicDB.org members to help organize and curate their music credits and metadata, and is an easy solution to know “who to send what” in order to make sure you get credit and get paid in the current music ecosystem.
Would you like to become a member of ProMusicDB? ProMusicDB.org enrollment is open to the public at https://promusicdb.org/. Follow ProMusicDB.org at www.facebook.com/promusicdb and https://twitter.com/promusicdb.