In Denver, employees of one of the most influential U.S. Newspapers, The Denver Post because of delays in payment of wages or intervention in the editorial processes of the owners of the books from a hedge Fund, Alden Capital retired and moved to the Colorado newspaper The Sun to launch of which is planned to apply the technology of the blockchain. It is expected that published on the website of the new edition materials will be stored in a distributed registry.
At first, funding initiatives will be provided by a grant from the new York Civil a startup Media Company, the investor of which is the company of Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin (Lubin Joseph) ConsenSys.
In the near future in Civil Media Company are also planning to run the CVL tokens by which their owners can vote on how the company’s projects meet journalistic standards. The startup plans to the end of the year to prepare 1000 editions and until the end of June to create 13 editions across the country.
Recall that in September last year, the company ConsenSys has launched a $50 million venture capital Fund designed to Finance early blockchain-related startups.