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Jesse Krieger • 1 year ago

I have definitely been thinking about how a distributed ledger could be used to record transactions (like foreign rights sales) via an ISBN-equivalent smart contract. Nice article

Zsófia Machó • 1 year ago

Yes, it will be definitely interesting to see how much of these will actually become reality. Thanks for the comment!

Curt Renshaw • 10 months ago

Blockchain technology allows influencers to get their messages published without fear of censorship, altering, deleting or shadow banning. For example, FOIChain tokens (FOIChain.com) running on Ethereum embed the publication in the transaction, identified by the originator’s public wallet address. The writer can be anonymous or self-identified, but no one else can pretend to be that author. Public explorer and reading boards allow searching and filtering, but not censoring or banning. Published content remains available forever.