What is IPStock?
IPStock implements visual digital content registry on blockchain and license management through smart-contracts. It will be the first solution in the market to give access to both exclusive and royalty free content licenses.
The company addresses the global stock images market which includes photos, illustrations, videos and other visual content, with projected market size of more than $10 bln by 2022 where players buy and sell copyright licenses.
ECOSYSTEM FOR VISUAL DIGITAL ASSETS
IPStock uses a disruptive blockchain technology to create ecosystem for Visual Digital Content Assets management, licensing and trading
COPYRIGHTS ARE HARDLY PROTECTED
No universal source of copyright proof, no authenticity guarantees, no licensing history, no protection from lawsuits.
ENORMOUS TRANSACTION COSTS
Up to 70% of each license payment goes to intermediaries dominating the market. Consumers and content providers (authors) suffer.
CONTENT MANAGEMENT IS A MESS
Content owner has to manage his portfolio on many marketplaces, exclusive license sales are not available.
IPSTOCK WILL CHANGE THE GAME
COPYRIGHTS REGISTRY ON BLOCKCHAIN
LICENSE MANAGEMENT WITH SMART-CONTRACTS
P2P LOW TRANSACTION COSTS
Processing millions of IP objects with hundreds of different attribute to provide full scale analysis for the users
Protection against copyrights violation and authenticity confirmation
Distributed registry to protect and confirm rights of IP owners
To verify if the terms of transaction of IP rights are fulfilled (exclusive sale, RF, RM, etc.)
IPS TOKENOMICS CONCEPT
More content means more transactions and higher ips token demand. IPS Tokens is the utility token exclusively used to pay IPStock ecosystem’s transactional & service fees. All transactions within the system will be made only in IPS.
- Compact and highly skilled team with a lot of experience in startups, fintech and payment systems.
- Funds allocation seems great and well thought out in general
- Roadmap seems well thought out for the team and it’s size. Team is also planning to expand the team size by 60%.
- The logos shown on the website eg. Visa and Mastercard could be interpreted as partners, but can’t be verified. Possibility of exaggeration
- Information is not presented clearly either on the website or white paper. Most of the contributor-relevant information is scattered
- Low hard cap considering the expenditures associated with required licenses and institutional statuses