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September 14, 2016

Time: 5:30 - 7:00

Blockchain - A New Dance Craze Or The Same Old Two-Step?

Blockchain is the public, non-regulated ledger associated with crypto-currency (encrypted digital or virtual currency). The blockchain records all crypto-currency transactions and has complete information about every participant in blocks that are constantly added in a linear, chronological order.  What’s that got to do with us?  Well, many thinkers now believe that blockchain technology can be incorporated into the music rights business. While some commentators suggest that a decentralized registry could become the “nirvana music API” for real-time rights verification and licensing, others see significant implementation and privacy challenges.

For our first panel this fall season, we are pleased to have assembled a group of experts in music-related blockchain technology and law.  We look forward to a night of robust discussion on the promises and challenges this new thinking might bring to the business of music.


More about our guest speakers:

Panos Panay

Benji Rogets

Aaron Wright


Panos Panay
Founding Managing Director of Berklee's Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE)

Benji Rogers
Founder of PledgeMusic and dot Blockchain music

Aaron Wright
Associate Clinical Professor, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law


Michael S. Simon
President, Rumblefish

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The Jolly Madison Hotel
22 E 38th St
New York, NY 10016

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