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    Music on the Blockchain: Possible Futures

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    START DATE 7 July 2016
    START TIME 02:00pm
    LOCATION

    Sonos Studio, 21 Club Row, London, E2 7EY

    END DATE 7 July 2016
    END TIME 06:00pm

    This event will explore the potential impact of blockchain technology, with a particular focus on the music industries

    This event, hosted by the Blockchain for Creative Industries research cluster, will explore the potential impact of blockchain technology, with a particular focus on the music industries.

    It will mark the launch of a new report, Music on the Blockchain: Possible Futures, published by the cluster in partnership with the Featured Artists Coalition.The afternoon will comprise two panels:

    The blockchain: what is it, why might it matter and how much is hype?

    A discussion of blockchain technology and its impact on diverse areas from finance to the creative industries. With a representative of the cluster plus: -

    Gregor Pryor, Partner and Co-Chair of the Entertainment and Media Industry Group, Reed Smith
    Simon Taylor, co-founder, 11FS; formerly VP Entrepreneurial Partnerships at Barclays
    Dr Sarah Meiklejohn, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, University College London
    Dr Phil Godsiff, Senior Research Fellow, Surrey Business School, University of Surrey

    Music on the blockchain: benefits and barriers
    A discussion of the specific impact of blockchain technology on the music industries.

    With Paul Pacifico, CEO, Featured Artists Coalition
    Scott Cohen, founder and VP International, the Orchard
    Juliana Meyer, CEO and founder, SupaPass
    Phil Barry, founder, Blokur; founder, Ujo
    Janey Larcombe, software developer, 7Digital

    Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance.

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