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.


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.

Online Platforms

Online platforms (OCSSP) can use Licium to generate ISCC CODES– decentrally, on their premise!

This way they can unambiguously identify digital content (UGC) without access to any metadata and verify the authenticity of the original content.

… And their Benefits

Using Licium helps to comply with EU regulation. Platforms can receive content ownership information and get access to trustworthy metadata and rights management information, clear the rights for digital assets and user generated content, and license content in an automated way.

Who can use Licium?

Academic, educational and trade publishers, record labels, music publishers, news organizations, audio, video and ebook distributors, intermediaries, retailers, online platforms, collecting societies (CMO’s), membership organisations and other potential certification authorities, independent users within the cultural, public or social spaces, like photo journalists, writers, bloggers, social influencers, musicians, self-publishers, vloggers, academic institutions, research organisations, libraries and library aggregators as well as individual researchers, businesses and individuals that deal with content in any media format, such as written offers, agreements, promotion material …