KodakONE: Changing the Still Image Marketplace on the Blockchain

Report Overview

Author: Robert Klein
Release Date: June 18, 2019

Abstract:

This case study details copyright law as it protects photographic works and the challenges of enforcing photographers’ rights in a digital world. Through several use cases, the author explains how KODAKOne’s blockchain-based platform works, its key features, the function of its token KODAKCoin, and competing platforms in development.

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