22Hertz advances Bitcoin 2.0 from theory to practice

22hertz logoCanadian rock band 22Hertz advances the case for non-bitcoin uses of the blockchain.
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Canadian rock band 22Hertz advances the case for non-bitcoin uses of the blockchain.

So much of the talk surrounding Bitcoin 2.0 has been extremely high-level and theoretical. Like we’re all sitting around, looking at this thing called the blockchain, philosophizing on its seemingly limitless non-financial applications. Then every now and then, someone steps up and actually does something about it.

In this case, it was Canadian Industrial rock band 22Hertz, which added a hashed version of a song to the blockchain earlier this week.

The reason that’s interesting is that it provides incontrovertible proof of the existence of this particular song in this exact instantiation at a particular time. And it cost nothing to do. This is a perfect example of one of the myriad non-bitcoin related applications of the blockchain that will move it out of the realm of geeks and into the mainstream, non-financial transaction space.

I suspect that but for the Ripple/FinCEN situation eclipsing every other bitcoin related story, this would have been one of the top bits of news.

 

 

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