Po.et is a shared, universal ledger designed to track ownership and attribution for the world’s digital creative assets. Po.et uses cryptography to give both publishers and content creators the tools to automate the licensing process without relying on any third parties. Choose from a preexisting license or create your own terms and automate the payments, transfer, and issuance of licenses.Max Bronstein is an Associate at BTC Labs (the creators of Po.et), an innovation studio formulating, incubating and developing blockchain applications for the digital media industry. As an Associate, he has lead project initiatives like value ideation, go-to-market & communications strategy, crypto economic design and token generation events. He conceptualized and executed Po.et’s marketing and communications strategy plan for the target to raise $10 million.
Max is also an avid writer and contributor to various blockchain publications including Bitcoin Magazine, Distributed Ledger, and Gem HQ.
Here are the key areas of learning you can expect, as a result of attending:
- What is the Po.et token?
- Pricing options for paid content i.e. micropayments and more
- Use case of blockchain in media for journalism, content marketplaces, publishing
- Blockchain distribution royalty payment methods
- How to make secure and transparent C2C sales & contracts
This event will be taking place on Tuesday, February 6th at 11 am EST. If you can’t attend and would still like to ask some questions, please enter them in the live steam section below, and the State of Digital Publishing team will make sure it is answered during Max’s session. Note: This has been postponed due to not being able to get in touch with the Po.et team (who are currently working on a new release). We will update this as soon as we have any new developments.
Max will also be accompanied by Po.et’s leading developer to help answer more technical questions and inform us on the upcoming open API release.
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