Authenticate and Monetize Your Digital Contents with RightsLedger
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Are you one of the independent content creators who struggle to make money? Do you know how to take full control and protect your content including distribution and monetization? The entertainment and social media industries are booming around the world, but the independent content creators who are fueling these platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are left powerless.
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently went to the press conference of RightsLedger in conjunction with their launching of RightsToken in Malaysia. RightsLedger is the universal platform for amateur and professional digital content creators to authenticate, manage, and monetize content, using blockchain technology.
“RightsLedger is a content registration and digital rights marketplace that gives individual creators the ability to do what only professional artists and studios were once able to, which is to license and monetize their work,” said RightsLedger CEO Ray Young.
The RightsLedger’s global content and rights marketplace platform will include registration, licensing, ownership & deal tracking, and digital fingerprinting applications, plus a payment portal. You can upload and register your photos and videos to the blockchain to authenticate your ownership, and from there, you can enter the global marketplace to license your work to others through smart contracts that ensure quick delivery and payment.
RightsLedger is building the foundation for a new tokenized digital content economy that empowers independent content creators of all types to take full control of and protect their content: how it’s used, distributed, protected, managed and monetized, as well as showing the world exactly who owns it, all on one platform.
Here are the benefits of choosing RightsLedger to authenticate and monetize your digital contents :
Creating a universal ledger of content ownership and sales data to ensure fair compensation and legal use of content.
Register your content ownership on a blockchain for proof of authenticity and prevent infringement using RightsLedger’s decentralized content fingerprinting solution.
RightsLedger’s applications focus on simplicity in a complex industry to empower small creators and businesses to achieve success.
The traditional licensing model is too expensive for small content creators and businesses. RightsLedger’s pay-as-you-go applications aim to be affordable for all.
Low cost, fast, and trustable payments anywhere in the world.
Sensitive data is encrypted before posting it on RightsLedger’s universal ledger.
Track and manage your content, licensing deals, and sales data.
RightsLedger has also launched the Content Registry v1.0 application for video content, Licensing Deal Pad v1.0 application for video licensing, Content Fingerprint (Alpha) application for video content, and the Rights Token (RTK) for payment and its rewards-based economy.
The company has expanded its reach by creating an international subsidiary in Asia – Rights Ledger Asia Ltd (Labuan), as well as forming a number of international partnerships in its integration effort with content streaming and hosting platforms around the world. Led by local CEO Terance Goh, the company is confident that there are ample opportunities in Malaysia and the region for RightsLedger to tap into.
“We’ve launched RightsLedger Asia to serve as the international hub of our business. The marketplace for content is now global, and RightsLedger is moving to bring its solutions and global marketplace to more markets where creators can capitalize on the value of their work,” said Goh.
RightsLedger has also reached an agreement with TRIO OTT, Max Pandora, and VNow TV to license RightsLedger’s technology for use with their respective services. The collaboration will allow TRIO and its strategic partners to distribute digital content globally and offer streaming for RightsLedger’s digital content. The partnerships are part of RightsLedger’s strategy of local market licensing, in concert with the growth of territorial branches.
“We aim to replicate the success of RightsLedger Malaysia as we look to add territory branches in countries throughout the region, including Singapore, China, South Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia,” added Young.
For more information, please visit www.rightsledger.io.
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