"Exploring Blockchain in the Cultural Sector" Conference
Blockchain is an open, decentralised and distributed technology, which is often associated to cryptocurrencies. However, blockchain is more than a digital money infrastructure and it can be used to addresses issues on authenticity and ownership, as well as support the creation of value in the digital domain. Therefore, blockchain holds the potential to be a disruptive technology. This one-day conference aims to critically examine to what extent blockchain might be a disruptive technology for the creative and cultural sectors.
Role: Associate Dean of Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise
Organisation: University of Arts & Design, London
Biography: Marcus is a musician, writer and Associate Dean of Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise at the University of Arts & Design, London. He is the author of Distributed Creativity (2018), a book on the potential impact of blockchain technology on the creative economy.
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Ellen Wilkinson Building