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Blockchain is said to be many things to many people and tech innovator and award-winning recording artist Imogen Heap is a big champion of the technology. Imogen is now using Blockchain to help musicians retain ownership of their work and manage how it is used to make sure the revenue stays with the artist. Performing with her Mi.Mu gloves and speaking at Nesta’s FutureFest this weekend I caught up with Ms. Heap on where the technology is going

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MoneyConf brought leading experts from the world of cryptocurrency, fintech and blockchain to the RDS in Dublin. Niall Kitson met Noelle Acheson of CoinDesk; Aid:tech’s Niall Dennehy; Nicolas Gilot of Ultra; and Grammy-winning founder of Mycelia Imogen Heap to talk about what consumers, charities and creatives can get out of this revolutionary technology. Original Source: Tech Central

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Music innovator Imogen Heap has announced her first world tour in 8 years! She will be bringing music creators, fans, and the industry together in 40 different cities. It will be a combination of concerts, discussions, workshops and a “Creative Passport” exhibition. This exhibition will be designed to promote peer-to-peer connections and creativity.  Original Source: EDM

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Grammy-Award recipient and artist, Imogen Heap recently revealed details regarding her upcoming blockchain-based project, Mycelia, which aims to provide artists with the necessary tools to manage their careers. The announcement was made during a Dublin event, MoneyConf, in which she spoke all matters including finance. Based on her claims, she will be starting the project on her own, as she will be using her earnings from the Harry Potter musical along with her holdings of

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The crypto space isn’t exactly overflowing with women. In fact, only between 5 to 7 percent of all cryptocurrency users are female. Is it harder for women to find their place in a male-dominated industry? Between the condescending “boys’ club” attitude and a seeming reluctance to gamble away their money, the ladies are holding back. 5. Imogen Heap Standing up for the rights of struggling artists and blending blockchain tech with the music world, you

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Double Grammy Award winner and singer Imogen Heap is using Ethereum to help fund her new blockchain project, writes Business Insider. Heap is self-funding the project with proceeds from a Harry Potter musical, which she helped to score, and her earnings from selling a song for Ether. Heap’s latest and widely quoted-about initiative, Mycelia, focuses on connecting the dots for a fair and sustainable music industry ecosystem, writes London’s Palace Theatre, which is currently running Harry Potter

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La cantautora inglesa, mejor conocida por la canción “Hide and Seek”, así como su versión experimental de la música electrónica, planea utilizar las ganancias de Ethereum para impulsar su proyecto de blockchain: Mycelia. Original Source: Criptoalerta  

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Musician Imogen Heap is working on a blockchain project, Mycelia, that will let artists store all the information about their songs in one place and more easily track payments. Heap is self-funding the project with proceeds from the Harry Potter musical, which she helped to score, and ethereum that she earned selling a song for cryptocurrency. Original Source: Business Insider UK

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