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Content Creator Economy Gets a Boost | PYMNTS.com

As social media platforms hold their trajectory as an evolutionary step in where and how people find and consume entertainment, the growing universe of independent content creators — podcasters, game makers, video artists and more — needs more and better ways to get paid.
Companies like Patreon took an early lead in helping podcasters, musicians and video performers monetize their creations, and the field is expanding. On Wednesday (Sept. 22) creator engagement and monetization platform StreamElements announced its latest fundraise of $100 million led by led by…

Data Ownership as a Form of Universal Basic Income. Meet Swash.

Swash, a data monetization movement that just closed a successful IDO, are launching a new Data Union app release, catapulting the project into their ecosystem products and solutions – or First Wave Solutions. Launching in 2019 and growing to over 90,000 users at the time of writing, the Swash app enables everyday internet users to earn SWASH tokens for something they already do – browsing the web. Swash works by pooling the captured non-sensitive data together with the rest of the Swash Data Union and, when purchased, redistributes the profits back out to…

Will ‘alternative monetization’ drive tomorrow’s music creator economy?

A growing number of creators are less concerned with music streaming revenue and finding success by focusing on “alternative monetization” and what once was considered “ancillary revenue.” Is the future of a new music creator economy?by Kriss Thakrar of MIDiA“A creator’s voice, style, and expression of personality can become potential sources of revenue.”The investment that is pouring into music rights has exploded in recent years, hitting $10 billion at the time of writing and set to increase much further. Many rights acquisitions deals have been based on the catalogs of the…

The Overlooked Levels of the Creator Economy

It seems like everyone today is a creator — whether artist, developer, or other individuals following their craft — yet the creator economy still has room to grow. Despite being a multibillion-dollar market fueled by over 50 million people, this movement is much deeper than its monetization platforms, and bigger than the small percentage of people who are able to make a living off their creative work. 
There are unspoken, often overlooked levels to this new economy; the playing field for creators remains uneven and replicable success stories are still far between. So what’s missing?…

Mercedes AMG NFTs Rental Bonuses – The New Way of NFT Monetization from CurioDAO

A tokenized Mercedes, Ferrari or Panerai? Car rental rewards for holding an NFT? It becomes possible with Rollapp.
Rollapp platform, CurioDAO’s dapp, a marketplace that allows users to mint non-fungible tokens (NFTs) representing physical assets, launched on Ethereum blockchain in July at the ETH Paris 2021 from the Eiffel Tower announces the start of Mercedes AMG NFT staking.
What is an NFT?
NFT stands for a non-fungible token, which is a fancy way of saying that it’s a unique token that can not be duplicated and is special in some way. Most of the NFTs…

Datos y Activos Digitales: El Problema Digital Fundamental

Amazon y todas las empresas basadas en internet monetizan activos digitales (sus plataformas) a partir de otros activos digitales; los datos de la gente, que sin embargo no pueden ser monetizados por los propios usuarios. Y ese es el verdadero problema digital.

Como ha ocurrido siempre necesitas clientes. Pero ahora más que nunca necesitas al cliente y ‘su circunstancia’; en forma de relaciones sociales, comentarios, valoraciones, etc. Todo ese grafo social se lo regalas a la empresa a cambio de que ésta lo amplíe con otros contactos.

Pero por el camino la empresa extrae contigo y todo el resto de usuarios mucho más valor del que todos (la sociedad) obtiene a cambio. La plataforma lo que hace en realidad es fabricar dinero con tus hábitos, con tu agenda, y con las interacciones que tienes con tu agenda.… Read more...

Reserva Fraccionaria y Bancos Centrales

Todos los billetes de dólar que circulan por Estados Unidos son billetes de la Reserva Federal (“Federal Reserve Note”). Ésta los emite como letras de cambio y pide a la Fábrica de Moneda estadounidense que los imprima, pagándole 4 centavos por cada billete.

La Reserva Federal (que es una entidad privada, aunque eso es tema para otro día) presta dinero al gobierno de Estados Unidos comprando bonos del tesoro. Y monetiza la deuda prestando el dinero que debe el gobierno a otros bancos.

Este arreglo se inventó por el Banco de Inglaterra. La diferencia es que mientras el Banco Inglaterra prestaba el oro al rey a cambio de un pagaré, la Reserva Federal simplemente otorga existencia al dinero diciendo que está ahí.… Read more...

Reframing the CXO Conversation:  From “Data Monetization” to “Value Creation”

As data becomes the ubiquitous source of economic value creation, organizations need an end-to-end “data-driven value creation lifecycle” that speaks to and aligns the business executives and the data and analytics teams around the CEO business mandate to unleash the business (or economic) value of the organization’s vast data reserves.  The over-arching challenge is:
How do we transform “Data Management” into a Business “Value Creation” Discipline that is worthy of C-suite…

Features are the New Data

In my prior blog “Reframing Data Management: Data Management 2.0”, I talked about the importance of transforming data management into a business strategy that supports the sharing, re-using and continuous refinement of the data and analytics assets to derive and drive new sources of customer, product, and operational value. If data is “the world’s most valuable resource”, then we must transform data management into an offensive, “data monetization” business strategy that proactively guides organizations in the application of their data to the business to drive quantifiable financial impact (Figure 1).

Figure 1: Activating Data Management

In this blog I want to drill into the importance of Machine Learning (ML) “Features”.

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Entertainment AI Is Ramping Up to the Next Level

In this era of smartphones, we cannot deny that information technology plays a vital role in carrying out operations and making every segment effective. Be it government, sports, finance, education to entertainment, information technology tools, and tactics are being used in different ways revamping every sector to the next level. Talking about the application of information technology in the entertainment industry has come a long way in helping people stay entertained from anywhere at any time.  

From news updates, live streaming, web series, video upload to content creation entertainment industry has got everything from scratch for users to stay entertained. And this all has become possible with the innovation of several information technologies like mobile applications, clone applications, and other entertainment platforms which users can access from their mobile devices.

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4 Ways of Monetization Your Data

Ugh.  “Data Monetization” … a term that seems to confuse so many folks (probably thanks to me).  When most folks hear the phrase “data monetization”, they immediately think of “selling” their data.  And while there are some situations in which some organizations can successfully sell their data, there are actually more powerful, more common, and less risky ways for ANY organization to monetize – or derive business / economics value – from their data.

I’ve thought of 4 ways that organizations could monetize their data, and there are probably more.  Let’s review them.

There are organizations whose business model is based on selling third-party data[1].  Nielsen, Acxiom, Experian, Equifax and CoreLogic are companies whose business is the acquisition, aggregation, packaging, marketing, and selling of third-party data.

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Reframing Data Management:  Data Management 2.0

A cartoon making its way around social media asks the provocative question “Who wants clean data?” (Everyone raises their hands) and then asks, “Who wants to CLEAN the data?” (Nobody raises their hands).  I took the cartoon one step further (apology for my artistic skills) and asked, “Who wants to PAY for clean data?” and shows everyone running for the exits (Figure 1).

Figure 1: Today’s Data Management Reality

Why does everyone run for the exits when asked to pay for data quality, data governance, and data management?  Because we do a poor job of connecting high-quality, complete, enriched, granular, low-latency data to the sources of business and operational value creation.

Data is considered the world’s most valuable resource and providing compelling financial results to organizations focused on exploiting the economics of data and analytics (Figure 2).

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Video on Demand: Comparing the Monetization Models

VOD services must focus on producing quality content and devise smart strategies to keep the viewers subscribed to their services.
Let’s explore some of the most common monetization models followed by VOD services.

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No Code AI, No Kidding Aye – Part II

Challenges addressed by No Code AI platforms

An AI model building is challenging on three fundamental counts:

  1. Availability of relevant data in good quantity and quality: The less I rant about it, the better.
  2. Need for multiple skills: Building an effective and monetizable AI model is not just the realm of a data scientist alone. It needs data engineering skills and domain knowledge also.
  3. The constant evolution of the ecosystem in terms of new techniques, approaches, methodologies, and tools

There is no easy way out to address the first challenge, at least not so far. So, let us brush that under the carpet for now.

The need for having multiple resources with complementing skills is an area where a no-code AI platform can add tremendous value.

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5 creator economy VCs see startup opportunities in monetization, discovery and much more –…

Everyone knows YouTubers and other creators are popular with internet users of all ages. But today, these influencers also have real businesses powered by a range of software tools and service providers who help weave videos, pictures, clips, memes and other types of content into sustainable success.
The pandemic added fuel to existing trends pushing growth in this category. Today, the platforms are bigger and more diverse than ever and many creators have years of experience growing audiences and monetizing online. Parallel to this industry, the rapid overall growth of enterprise…

Spring is here. Leading commerce for the creator economy – TechCrunch

Teespring evolves to become the link between creators and commerce, with its rebrand to Spring

The pandemic has accelerated the digitization of our society and many accompanying shifts in consumer behavior. The ‘creator’ economy — that of online content creation and surrounding monetization reached fever pitch in 2020. There has been a global explosion of independent creators harnessing the power of their self-built online communities that have deep affinity to their subject matter. Whether it be Moriah Elizabeth and her 5.8m weekly crafters on YouTube or Sadie Aldis with her…