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NIM – Easter 2021

Non-Fungible Tokens from NIM The very first Digital Share Certificate issued The first was of course Guy and Doug's Fallen Angel, currently featured in the Broadway musical - Jersey Boys. The NFT is printed as digital Share Certificates (default 100 000) used on trading platforms for CopyrightShares and can be bought on Memorabilia Internet Media  NB! This is a collector's item and does...

NFT – Added value for the music industry!

You have all seen the news and heard the stories. The Square-Tidal Deal has given the music industry a boost and a ray of light at the end of the tunnel. What is it all about? Square is buying Tidal, Jay-Z’s controversial music-streaming service and revitalising it with NFT memorabilia. After the last newsletter liquidity in CopyrightCoins®, we had to send an extra...

Newsflash – User-centric lisensing is gaining support

User-centric licensing UK hearing of Spotify, Apple and Amazon and major Music labels view! I am sure you all know that Spotify, Apple and Amazon participated in the last UK parliamentarian hearing (DCMS Committee) on streaming economics on February 23rd 2021. What you probably missed is the major Music labels view on many important issues. I have gotten many questions in regards...

Liquidity in CopyrightCoins® February 2021

You have all seen the news and heard the stories. Musicians are cashing in on their catalogs to the tune of millions. Why do they sell rights that give their children and grandchildren royalties income 70 years after their deaths? The short answer is the pandemic with gigs and touring cancelled for a year and the foreseeing future. Equally important why investing...

Meet Matthew Alexander – Adviser (listing and private equity)

Matthew is an expert in capital markets, investment banking, corporate strategy and principal investing, with 22 years of experience in the U.S., Europe, Latam and Asia. Most recently Matthew has focussed on shaping digital banking strategy & managing strategic digital banking investments for one of Switzerland's largest private banks. Matthew is currently an Executive Board Member & Head Asset Tokenisation at...

Status July 2020

New Internet Media (NIM) NIM administration group has activated the Belgian/French hub with Philippe and Thibault - they are now talking to high profile Copyright Owners and SCO investors and building their team. The NIM Nordic and technology team at Silicon Islands have started defining and ingesting metadata into a white-label solution for PROs backed by a 150 million Euro offer in advances as icing...

80% More? – NIM, CopyrightCoins® And The EU Copyright Directive

The EU Member States have until 7th June 2021 to transpose the Copyright Directive into their national laws – that is less than a year from now   Implementation of "upload-filters" The Copyright Directive aims at making it simple to maintain a legitimate streaming business, were upload is smooth while the money flow reaches the pockets of the creators and performers. There is no...

New Internet Media teams presentation – Philippe LOGIE

Philippe LOGIE (NIMs Film and VOD expert) Philippe is Head of Programs acquisitions & coproductions at Be tv (pay-tv) and VOO (cable operator) in Belgium, since 2001. Former Business Affairs and Secretary-General of Canal + Belgium (1995-2001). Executive Producer (2011 - 2017) of "Les Magritte du Cinéma" (Belgian Film awards) and member of the Board of "Académie André Delvaux" (Belgian...

NIM – Streamed Media demos: favoring User-centric licensing

The streamed media ``revolution`` Online streaming is the preferred method for viewing shows, movies, sports, and events, as well as listening to music. National and international streaming services operate in almost every country. The global streaming market will be worth upwards of $180 billion by 2027 A market research report by Grand View Research found that the global streaming market was worth $42.6 billion...

BBC – Music royalties reach a record high

"PRS for music processed 18.8 trillion "performances" of music last year, including streams, downloads, radio and TV broadcasts, and music played in pubs, clubs, hairdressers and concert venues". It unprecedented, overwhelming and creating a lag... The full BBC article Live music is "dead" - can streaming save the artists? Live music generated £54m in royalties, up £15m since 2018. Revenues were boosted by...

It’s time to unlock the creative future of Internet

We are as of this month (May 2020) launching a private self-regulated registration and trade of copyrights – not at least to get in front of the upcoming depression and reboot. We will, before summer, launch a new site for affiliates and ambassadors, and launch a full registration service for all types of copyright end of 2nd quarter 2020.

Copyright Owners Are The Backbone Miners Of CopyrightCoins®

CopyrightCoins® carries the royalties flowing through the system. Royalties represent the value created – measured by popularity.

WIPO’s Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances Enters into Force

The Treaty is designed to help audiovisual performers – television and film actors, musicians, dancers, and others – many of whom live from job to job in precarious economic circumstances. The Treaty expands audiovisual workers' performance-related rights, which can translate into increased payments from retransmission – an especially critical benefit as many new productions are halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.