Could Blockchain Help Content Creators?

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#Blockchain #Content
When content is used and translated to another language – does it refers to Plagiarism? Alternatively, it is merely Translation?
Similarly, if a music tune produced by guitar is then played via sitar. Would it sound the same or different? I feel except the sound the tune should be familiar … would that again be termed as #copied or #Plagiarized or not?

Is there a disconnect? While music is a universal language, the modes of producing it may differ and hence copying a tune raises the issue… on the other hand language is not universal thus copying same content and translating ina local language is not termed as Plagiarism…

Do you think #Blockchain could resolve an issue like that …could it make one copy of content[in words] and whether it is translated … only the first published text in a particular language stays as a master copy?
Anyone listening?


Banks Need to Be Centralized – Could Blockchain be the answer?



Banks Need Centralization


The queues in banks have lessened, the digital transformation is progressing, few people are for banks getting redundant, and few believe banks to rise and serve as the operating system. However, I vote –  Banks to be centralized! And to some degree, Blockchain could help banks to achieve that.

Why Banks Need to Be Centralized?

Unlike olden days when data/information was maintained in the ledgers and files, now data could be cryptic and stored on cloud servers. So, if the account information that was fed in ABC city, why that can’t be accessed from XYZ city?

Thanks to globalization that customer is not at “one place” now. Continue reading