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The Victorian government is supporting the first Web3 education program for musicians

With the release of the first educational platform to solve long-standing problems in the music industry, the Victorian Government is paying attention to the opportunities that Web3 can give to creatives in the industry. This week, the Victorian Music Development Office (VMDO) will release MUS3 Web3 Fundamentals as a way to help and improve the skills of the Victorian music scene.

VMDO is taking steps to get musicians on Web3

The course is a free, self-paced online course that will teach the basics of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). It will also help newcomers get past the confusing jargon that keeps them from exploring and innovating in the space.

Musicians have a lot to gain from Web3 technologies. They can use more reliable, accurate, and trustworthy ticketing systems, get better at collecting royalties, and have copyright protection built right into the code. Participants will learn the basics of Web3 for setting up a wallet, building an NFT collection, and making a website that is gated by an NFT.

Max Shand, the founder of Serenade, an Australian independent musician who uses Web3, Caroline Bowler, the CEO of BTC Markets, and Ellie Rennie, a professor at the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub, will all be at the event.

VMDO Director, Jace Mor, said: “Web3 is an area that is prompting Victorian music businesses to consider new models to generate additional income streams, alternative ways of delivering content and enhance direct engagement with fans. could.”

The initiative is funded by VMDO and built by CLUB MEDIA LABS. Creative technologists Reggie Pa-Pe III and Elizabeth Hare are in charge, with help from the Australia Council for the Arts, Music Victoria, and Creative Victoria.

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