Blockchain is revolutionizing the entertainment industry

| February 27, 2020

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Over time we have seen various sectors and industries to take advantage of the opportunities provided by the technology blockchain. However, there are certain sectors that are just beginning to explore these benefits, and one of them is the media of communication and entertainment. In an industry known for based on relationships and contacts, it is not hard to see that the creators are at a disadvantage due to the constant intermediaries or beneficiaries of hidden. And it is very rare that an artist will teach you about business, law or finance before entering in this world.

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Merlin Entertainments plc

We are a company built on fun – a reason why our 62.8+ million guests choose to spend their time at our unique attractions. We are Europe's Number 1 and the world's second-largest visitor attraction operator. We operate more than 110 attractions, twelve hotels and four holiday villages in 23 countries across four continents and we run some of the best known names in global leisure. These include the likes of SEA LIFE, Madame Tussauds, the Dungeons and LEGOLAND, as well as local icons such as The Coca-Cola London Eye, Gardaland Resort, Heide Park Resort and Alton Towers Resort. It’s a huge variety of attractions, each more different than the last. But they all share the same goal: to provide a truly memorable experience and a great day out for all the family.

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We are a company built on fun – a reason why our 62.8+ million guests choose to spend their time at our unique attractions. We are Europe's Number 1 and the world's second-largest visitor attraction operator. We operate more than 110 attractions, twelve hotels and four holiday villages in 23 countries across four continents and we run some of the best known names in global leisure. These include the likes of SEA LIFE, Madame Tussauds, the Dungeons and LEGOLAND, as well as local icons such as The Coca-Cola London Eye, Gardaland Resort, Heide Park Resort and Alton Towers Resort. It’s a huge variety of attractions, each more different than the last. But they all share the same goal: to provide a truly memorable experience and a great day out for all the family.

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