Blockchain-as-a-service (BAAS) platform Bezant has collaborated with digital media startup Six Network. This is to support the usage of blockchain payments in the creative content sphere.
Moreover, the companies’ combined expertise on content, payment and the blockchain payments space is said to empower global content creators. It will utilise Bezant’s blockchain platform.
Bezant chief marketing officer Oh Thongsrinoon said: “We believe in driving positive social and economic change by increasing the production and consumption of digital content outside the walled gardens of global tech giants.
“Starting with this collaboration with Six Network in Southeast Asia, Bezant looks forward shifting the dynamics and empowering creators in emerging markets.”
Blockchain payments on a private network
In addition, Bezant’s blockchain operates on a private network and is said to enable swift, transparent and cost-efficient global payments.
The platform enables the purchase of digital content across the world. Additionally, Bezant’s services can be integrated with various brands to expand revenue channels for goods and content.
Also, Six Network co-founder and head of Blockchain Charkrid Thanhachartyothin said: “Bezant and Six Network mutually recognise the inherent issues that affect the creative digital economy.
“Therefore, we look forward to joining forces to help offer a better way to bring liquidity to the digital and creative industries.”
Six Network aims to develop a secure and efficient ecosystem for all stakeholders in the digital and creative field.