The music industry in its current format is mismanaged, antiquated, and unsuitable for our digital world.
Identifying rights holders for the trillions of individual streams is extremely complex due to the volume of data.
Licensing, calculating, and collecting royalties is time consuming and is incredibly inefficient for modern streaming services.
Insuring prompt and accurate payment is an intricate and costly business, which leads to copyright owners enduring payment delays of years.
A decentralised and immutable network.
Accurate identification and analysis of copyright ownership enabled by distributed ledger technology (DLT).
Music as a Service (MaaS) takes care of registration, release, and licensing, which significantly reduces costs for music companies.
Using nano-payments, eliminates delays and enables instant payment whilst reducing fees by 66%.
MUSIC as a SERVICE (MaaS)
Internet Music’s MaaS offering allows online streaming services to save considerable costs and manpower that is currently allocated to managing licensing and reporting procedures.