“WTF are NFTs, Part 2: NFT Royalties Explained”

    • March 21, 2023
    150 150 The California Copyright Conference

    Date(s) -


    2:30 pm - 3:30 pm


    WTF are NFTs, Part 2: NFT Royalties Explained

    A practical panel with fundamental tips about how to make money via NFTs, geared toward DIY creatives and royalty-focused folks. Topics we’ll explore include: How can you earn and collect “royalties” via NFTs? What happens when your NFT is sold, and resold, and resold? How do smart contracts come into play? What hurdles need to be considered? And more!



    Jane Bushmaker

    Dana Childs | Co-Owner, Sound As A Pound + Head of Music Publishing Administration, The Best Music Company


    Panelists TBA


    Tuesday, March 21, 2023

    2:30pm – 3:30pm | Zoom Webinar Broadcast


    Advance Reservation:
    CCC Members $0 per person | Non-members $5 per person


    Registration deadline is Tuesday, January 17, 2023 at 1:30pm PT


    – No refunds –

    Stick around for the “after hour, happy hour” chat following the webinar!
    Catch up and network with the CCC community from the
    comfort of your own couch


    Questions? Email is at questions@theccc.org


    Jane Bushmaker | 


    Dana Childs |  Co-Owner, Sound As A Pound + Head of Music Publishing Administration, The Best Music Company

    Dana Childs is an independent music publisher, music rights advocate and copyright administrator. She currently serves as an executive officer on the Board of Directors of the California Copyright Conference and has recently joined The Best Music Company as their Head of Administration. Dana has held high-level positions at both SESAC and Fender and with her deep and broad background in personal artist management, she has worked closely with content creators and their teams, via a holistic approach, to create brand awareness in today’s music-technology market. Additionally, Dana develops and maintains business relationships within the music publishing, composer and production communities, while educating digital creators, providers and other interested parties on current music business policies, trends and lobbying as those topics pertain to music copyright legislation and related technological advancements in the music industry.

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