The blockchain-based lecture content integration service platform, Label, announced on the 29th that it has signed a partnership with Clesson, a music education platform.
The label induces high-quality lecture contents through the lecture contents incubation system and creates a space where contents creators, investors, distributors, and consumers can gather and coexist with a transparent settlement system using blockchain smart contracts.
Kleson Co., Ltd., which has partnered with the label, is a representative music education company in Korea, and has more than 200 professional instructors in Korea. , It operates the’OPENTRACK’ platform, a global MOOC service in the field of E&M (Entertainment&Media) where producers participate as partners.
Through this partnership, the label will be able to attract high-quality lecture contents such as various artists, lecturers, and famous producers. In addition, OPENTRACK’s existing lecture content will allow users to invest in the LABEL platform. The label uses blockchain smart contracts to help users receive transparent and reasonable rewards.
Label Chief Operating Officer Kim Hyung-joon said, “We will provide the highest level of lectures and lead the global Edutech market through partnership with Kleson, which provides high-quality music education.” We will lead smooth communication between consumers and consumers and provide a blockchain-based lecture content investment service.”
Meanwhile, on the 27th, the label received a smart contract security audit from SlowMist, a specialized blockchain verification company. The LBL token used in the label ecosystem has passed a total of 13 security verification items.
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