Imagol Blockchain P2P Photo Marketplace Looks To Achieve Major Breakthrough
Photographers who are struggling with photo piracy problems and low payments on stock photo firms can finally rest easy. Imagol, a new P2P blockchain platform is ready to transform the stock photography industry with its distributed photo marketplace that plans on preventing wastage of over 2.5 trillion stock photos and maximizing available resources.
Imagol will allow photographers to finally have full control over the rights and pricing of their creations. It will be a convenient marketplace where any user can shoot and sell, and also search and purchase photos efficiently.
With a blockchain enabled library network, this P2P Imagol platform will support the two critical parties: the photographer and the buyer. These two groups of people will be able to directly transaction with each other without any third-party agencies interfering in the process. This photo marketplace caters to established, emerging and aspiring photographers all over the world. If you are confident about your photography skills and you want a global stage where you can share and monetize it with fair remuneration, then Imagol is the perfect solution.
According to Imagol co-founder, Jack Derong, this application suite that features blockchain P2P photo selling and social networking decentralized apps ad marketplace will redefine how traditional stock photo libraries work. He added that the platform was built to offer a much more sustainable environment for both users and photographers and that it will ensure everyone is rewarded for their contributions. The current stock photography sector is owned by big companies, which demand premium amounts from buyers only to return a tiny fraction to the photographers.
Disrupting The Stock Photography Industry
The major stock photo firms today are gobbling up over 85% of total sales, with photographers left to deal with the meager 15% that remains. This situation has left many photographers discouraged regarding whether or not to pursue their love for art and photography. Fortunately, Imagol wants to completely disrupt the status quo by providing its decentralized photo marketplace and ensure that photographers or creators are the ones who are getting that 85%.
Preventing Photo Piracy
Most photographers have been victims of the accidental or deliberate theft of their work. Unfortunately, since these creators cannot afford the costly litigations required for protecting their work, they end up losing out on huge profits. Imagol will use its smart contract and blockchain technologies to eliminate copyright violation and privacy issues. It will ensure that creators get complete control over what they create with enhanced IP protection.
The use of permanent smart contracts and improved IP protection as well as a high earning potential means that Imagol will continue attracting more creators. Imagol understands that once the significant barriers are eliminated, most people can make money through photography. The platform’s social network will also help to grow the community and provide a place to share unique photos with similar enthusiasts.