RightsLedger, a blockchain-powered platform for digital content ownership has launched its subsidiary, RightsLedger Asia with its office in Malaysia.
“RightsLedger is a content registration and digital rights marketplace that gives individual creators the ability to do what only professional artists and studio were once to, which is to licence and monetize their work.
“Users can upload and register their photos and videos to the blockchain to authenticate their ownership,” said RightsLedger chief executive officer, Ray Young.
From there, he said, they can enter the global marketplace to license their work to others through smart contracts that ensure quick delivery and payment.
RightsLedger offers creators a full control on their contents whereby they can set the price for their contents and decide how their content would be used.
As part of its ongoing development, RightsLedger has 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 company.
RightsLedger has formed an agreement with Trio OTT, Max Pandora, and VNow TV to license RightsLedger’s technology for use with their services.
The collaboration will allow Trio and its strategic partners to distribute digital content globally and offer streaming for RightsLedger’s digital content.