Licium

Rights and terms
will inseparably travel
with your content

Licium

Bringing back the value
of content creation
to the community

Licium

For proper attribution
and fair remuneration
of creative work

Licium

Creating trust in assertions,
claims and the authenticity
of the original content

Example of a content certificate and demo registration (image via pixabay.com)

Example of a content certificate and demo registration (image via pixabay.com)

What is Licium?

Licium is a search engine for verifiable metadata and rights management information for digital media content. It allows rightsholders and other creative users to digitally sign their works and thereby re-appropriate content and digital rights. 

Licium is a decentralised application for digital content licensing and the distribution of verifiable metadata and rights management information, creating trust in assertions, claims and the authenticity of the original content.

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Licium Rights Engine Overview

Rightsholders

Everyone can create, manage and register content-derived, decentralised identifiers on blockchain networks.

Rightsholders can declare and digitally sign metadata and rights management information and inseparably connect them to digital content.

… And their Benefits

Licium creates more visibity and control over digital content on the web as identifiers, metadata, rights will inseparably and verifiably travel with the content.

Licium supports the authorised use of digital content online, which generates more trust and revenue for rightsholders.

Verifiers

Everyone can identify digital media content and get access to trustworthy metadata and rights management information.

Content certificates allow to verify registrations, declarations, public keys and identities.

… And their Benefits

Licium is creating trust in online publications, data, information and the authenticity of the original content by providing access to cryptographically verifiable declarations of metadata and rights management information.

 

Certification Authorities

Certification authorities can digitally sign certificates for digital content that acknowledge registrations, declarations, public keys and identities.

… And their Benefits

By signing content certificates certification authorities can offer an innovative service and support the creative community and rightsholders by creating decentralised trust in the digital media environment.

Challenges of Dealing with Digital Content

Content Identification

How can users online identify content when identifiers and basic metadata are often missing?

With the ISCC content can be unambiguously identified by anyone with access to the digital file only.

Content Certification

How can users evaluate content authenticity and know what information to trust or not?

With the Open Content Certification Protocol (OCCP) content certificates can be created and verified by anyone with access to the content only.

Content Licensing

How can users learn about terms of use when licensing terms and other rights management information are often so hard to find?

With Licium expressing terms and licenses will become as easy and naturally as creating the content itself. Rights and licenses will travel with the content from the moment of publication