Media: accuratius joins GLBC
February 3, 2019
MEDIA RELEASE: Accuratius Joins The Global Legal Blockchain Consortium
We are pleased to announce that accuratius has joined the more than 170 legal and technology companies that form the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC).
These are exciting times, and we look forward to collaborating with many of the more than 175 law firms, technology companies and institutions that make up the GLBC membership.
Accuratius is laser focused on the Film, Television & New Media industry where accounting and entertainment law are crucial to the success of every production.
The immutability of blockchain is a natural fit for the tracking of copyrights, trademarks, publicity rights and other Intellectual Property, along with the hundreds or, in some cases, thousands of contracts and agreements that make up the all-important Chain of Title.
Blockchain, along with smart-contracts and smart-legal-contracts, will only serve to enhance the efforts of the entertainment industry’s many transactional attorneys.
Toronto based and established in late 2018, accuratius is just getting started disrupting the Film, Television & New Media industry using open source, permissioned, and hybrid blockchain integrations for production accounting and entertainment law.
For updates please visit https://accurati.us and follow @accurati_us on twitter.
About Global Legal Blockchain Consortium
The Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC) organizes and aligns global legal industry stakeholders to enhance the security, privacy, productivity, and interoperability of blockchain technology. Furthermore, the GLBC adopts policies that promotes a universal blockchain-based technology infrastructure for law.
More than 175 organizations are involved with the GLBC in creating these standards and governance. Several of them are collaborating and creating blockchain-based solutions. For more information visit https://legalconsortium.org/
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