In business school we analyze various case studies to analyze why companies fail and others succeed. The purpose is to gain knowledge and experience without having to go through the pain ourselves. Essentially don't make the same mistake. These case studies are like Pokemon, you gotta collect them all.
Can't charge very small fees for photos due to cc companies
No way to monitor the photos and see if they are used in other places easily
Sketchy sites from which to purchase them or not really compiled in one place
All of these problems are solved with Kodakone. from ICODROPS:
"The KODAKOne image rights management platform will create an encrypted, digital ledger of rights ownership for photographers to register both new and archive work that they can then license within the platform. KODAKCoin allows participating photographers to take part in a new economy for photography, receive payment for licensing their work immediately upon sale, and sell their work confidently on a secure blockchain platform."
Team looks pretty good as well
880 BILLION photos will be taken
27,800 photos are uploaded to Instagram every minute
208,300 photos uploaded every minute to facebook
Just a thought...but I'm not a financial advisor. What do you think?
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