A DJ released his album on the blockchain through a Brooklyn startup - Technical.ly Brooklyn

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Jul. 7, 2017 12:23 pm

A DJ released his album on the blockchain through a Brooklyn startup

RAC will team up with Ujo, a ConsenSys application.

RAC city.

(Image via YouTube user Tommy Pittenger)

Ujo thinks the blockchain can change the way the music industry is run and it may have just gotten a real shot at demonstrating it.

Vice’s Motherboard has a nice Q&A with a popular DJ, RAC, who’s putting his next album up for sale on the blockchain through Ujo.

“To release EGO, RAC partnered with Ujo Music, a platform owned by Consensys, the largest ethereum development company,” the article reads. “Ujo made headlines in 2015 for partnering with Imogen Heap for a single that was distributed on the platform and paid for using the ethereum blockchain.”

The whole thing is worth a read.

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Tyler Woods

Tyler Woods is the lead reporter for Technical.ly Brooklyn. His work has previously appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, the Houston Chronicle, CT Financial News and the New Canaan News. There's little he loves more than great tweets on Twitter.com.

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