Grammy Award-winning musician Imogen Heap is using ethereum and the Harry Potter musical to fund her blockchain project
Musician Imogen Heap arrives at the 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards held at Staples Center on January 31, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.
- Musician Imogen Heap is working on a blockchain project, Mycelia, that will let artists store all the information about their songs in one place and more easily track payments.
- Heap is self-funding the project with proceeds from the Harry Potter musical, which she helped to score, and ethereum that she earned selling a song for cryptocurrency.
Grammy Award-winning Imogen Heap is using the proceeds from her score for the Harry Potter musical and a surprise ethereum windfall to fund a blockchain project to help musicians keep track of, and get paid for, their music.
Heap appeared at the MoneyConf conference in Dublin this week to talk about her project Mycelia. Heap wants to create a blockchain-based app that will allow musicians to store all the information about their work in one place. Currently, no central repository exists for…