Blockchain for Books: What Indie Authors Need to Know – by Alison Ingleby…

on The Creative Penn:

Intro by Joanna Penn:

Remember when there was no internet? Remember when we used landlines and phone boxes? Remember (before PayPal) when businesses had to use expensive merchant accounts and cross-border payments and receipts were incredibly expensive?

Remember when the only way to publish a book was through an agent and a publisher?

Every year, technology marches on and I try to keep up to date and share what’s happening with you on this blog and in my podcast.

I’ve talked about Blockchain before, and by now, you will have heard more about it – some of the highs and lows of its development.

But what do Blockchain technologies mean for authors?

In today’s article, Alison Ingleby, YA dystopian author and co-host of the CryptoNews Podcast, explains.

Continue reading at:

The end of the indie publishing world is nigh!


5 thoughts on “Blockchain for Books: What Indie Authors Need to Know – by Alison Ingleby…

  1. One thing that occurs to me is we might not sell many books this way if not many potential purchasers know about it. On the other hand, there was a time when Amazon didn’t exist either, so it may be worth keeping an eye on this, or even trying a few experiments.

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