The Eliette and Herbert von Karajan Institute, Open Music Initiative (MIT/Berklee College of Music) and Red Bull Media House are joining forces in a Blockchain-Hackathon at the Karajan Music Tech Conference in Salzburg March 21-22. The hackathon will be hosted at the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg. Red Bull Media House is inviting hackers to take on their "Music Portfolio Challenge" to build a blockchain-based music micro-licensing platform.
ADDRESS FH Salzburg Urstein Süd 1 5412 Puch/Salzburg Austria
Welcome / Red Bull Music Portfolio Challenge
What is the Open Music Initiative?
Blockchain, Ethereum & Smart Contracts. An Introduction for Coders.
How does the Music Industry Work? Rights, Revenue Streams and Value Generation.
What are the Data-Related Problems in the Music Industry?
You should participate in our hackathon, if:
You want to learn about decentralization technologies and how they can be applied in the music industry.
You want to help build a new music industry in which artists will be paid a fair share, directly and with 100% transparency.
You want to develop new business models that apply decentralized protocols and their interaction with other technologies (ethereum, bigchaindb, plasma, coala ip, etc).
You want to meet music industry professionals, artists and hackers who love to make the world a better place :-)