Head of Research Carlotta De Ninni took part to the “Blockchain in Future City Life” panel. Where: Leuven, Belgium When: 2nd – 5th May 2018 More Info

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Intellectual property (IP) crime is a thorn in the side of British industry. Some 480 people were successfully prosecuted for patent, copyright or trademark infringements in 2016, according to the most recent government IP Crime and Enforcement Report. The report, released in September 2017, notes that 433 people were found guilty of offences related to the Trademark Act and a further 47 under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act, during the previous year. While this

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Imogen attended Talling Music Week. The two-day TMW conference is a leading creative impact event focusing on music, new economy, civic initiative, gender politics, better cities and design thinking. Where: Tallin, Estonia When: 2nd – 8th April 2018 More Info

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On October 13th-16th, Mattereum hosted the first Internet of Agreements™ (IoA) conference at the UK Government’s Digital Catapult in London. IoA™ is a vision for global supply chains and logistics, integrating national laws and regulation with international commerce through the application of technology such as blockchains and smart contracts. Original Source: Medium – Imogen Heap

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These days, bitcoin is front-page news, as its price’s vertiginous ups and downs elicit glee and despondency by turns among investors. It was not always this way: the now-definitely-in-a-bubble cryptocurrency is making a comeback following years in which its association with crime and darknet drug markets kept it away from the spotlight. During that period, technologists and corporate evangelists had stopped touting the qualities of bitcoin, turning instead to a technology that underpinned the cryptocurrency

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Music streaming – playing songs over the internet “on demand” – is widely regarded as having saved the music industry, following an era of music piracy marked by falling CD and vinyl sales. Yet songwriters and musicians have long complained that they’re not getting their fair share of the spoils. Now a number of tech start-ups are trying to help them receive what they’re owed and give them more control. Original Source: BBC News

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Founded by Imogen Heap, Mycelia are a growing collective of creatives, professionals and music lovers. Their mission is to bring about a fair and sustainable music industry ecosystem involving all online music interaction services, and to unlock the huge potential for creators and their music-related metadata. Original Source: BBC World Service

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