February 21,

If you create and post video, articles, music, or most other types of content, you can usually participate in a revenue-sharing model with the platform where you post the content.  But why not with selfies and status updates as well? This week Nathan intervies , the of . Together they talk about the need to put personal content IP on the blockchain and provide revenue to those who provide it. 

Visit Mthril at: https://www.mith.io

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This episode was brought to you by Bankera, “Banking for the Blockchain Era”.

Check out their ICO at  https://bankera.com/

ICO is on until the end of February

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We hope you enjoy our show and feel free to reach out to us at info@analysisinchains.com or on Twitter through @NealKierans and @NWilliamsMBA

Intro reel and music by Sebastian Rodriguez from NTRPY, http://www.ntrpy.berlin

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