Brazilian startup InspireIP uses blockchain to reduce copyright registration from 180 days to 5 minutes

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Blockchain technology is helping several creative artists in Brazil to register their productions and secure the copyright associated with them through a distributed ledger solution (DLT) developed by the startup InspireIP.

Created by Caroline Nunes, the platform allows all types of creators, be they musicians, writers, or painters, to register their work in up to five minutes, thus guaranteeing the right to their production. Without this technology, in Brazil, the process can take up to 180 days.

Nunes explained to Exame that in Brazil, the authorial registration process is done by the National Library, through a . . .

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