Hollywood's first blockchain movie: an end to piracy?

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Hollywood's first blockchain movie: an end to piracy?

Thu Apr 05, 2018 7:55 am

A few years behind Wall Street, Hollywood is turning to the technology behind cryptocurrency bitcoin to distribute movies in a development hailed as the beginning of the end for piracy.

Leading the charge is No Postage Necessary, a romantic indie comedy about a luckless hacker that is being distributed via peer-to-peer video network app Vevue, running on Qtum, the most advanced blockchain in the world.

Jeremy Culver (An Evergreen Christmas) wrote, directed and produced the release from US production house Two Roads Picture Co, shot on 35 mm film.

The movie gets its US theatrical release and worldwide blockchain debut in June and will also be available to buy online using cryptocurrency.

"We are thrilled to provide movie lovers around the world a brand new way to experience their entertainment by turning the blockchain into a feature film distribution channel," Culver said in a statement.

"Although this is a first for the industry, we hope it will signal a shift in the way content is shared and consumed."


https://www.thestar.com.my/tech/tech-ne ... to-piracy/

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