The technology behind LettsCore's Media-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform
LettsCore solves the problem of managing and monetizing content with a MaaS platform that keeps content safe, gives creators more control over their work and reputation, opening up new ways for them to make money directly from their content. Designed for businesses of any size, LettsCore is the first solution to use Web3 technologies such as blockchain, ensuring content is secure and transactions are transparent and equitable. 

With LettsCore, copyrights can be managed more effectively, content can be verified and shared securely and micro-monetization managed using an innovative decentralised architecture. LettsCore makes sharing and earning revenue from content safer, easier and more profitable, setting a new standard for maximising digital content revenue in the age of Generational AI.
Harnessing the power of Blockchain
A content blockchain designed in the right way could harness an almost endless power of distributed computing to assemble and re-assemble vast amounts of internal and external data in completely new ways - freeing up the very artery of business. The smart contracts that make up the base functionality of such blockchains could be used to create smart-content free of today's legacy application software. Suddenly bits, bytes, words, thoughts and ideas could float freely into a new series of more open mini-programmes that create a new panacea of ideas
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LettsCore providing infrastructure for AI with smart content signatures

Generative AI can seem like magic or murder - copyright murder. Image generators such as Stable Diffusion, Midjourney, or DALL·E 2 can produce remarkable visuals in styles from aged photographs and water colours to pencil drawings and Pointillism. The resulting products can be fascinating as both quality and speed of creation are elevated compared to […]

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Web3 CMS

Web3 is the third generation of the World Wide Web, and it is focused on providing a more decentralized and interactive online experience. One aspect of Web3 is the use of decentralized content management systems, or DCMSs, which are content management systems that are built on decentralized technologies, such as blockchain and peer-to-peer (P2P) networks. […]

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Content API

An application programming interface, or API, is a set of rules and protocols that govern how different software systems can communicate with each other. In the context of a headless content management system (CMS), an API allows users to access and manage their digital content, such as text, images, and videos, through a centralized location. […]

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Smart Contracts

A smart contract is a self-executing contract with the terms of the agreement between buyer and seller being directly written into lines of code. The code and the agreements contained therein exist on the blockchain network. Smart contracts allow for the automation of the contract execution process, eliminating the need for intermediaries, such as lawyers […]

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A blockchain is a decentralized, digital ledger that records transactions on multiple computers, called nodes, in a way that allows the data to be transparent, secure, and unchangeable. Each "block" in the chain contains a record of multiple transactions, and once a block is added to the chain, the data it contains cannot be altered […]

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Inter Planetary File System, or IPFS, is a way to store and share digital information in a decentralized manner. Instead of relying on a single server or computer to hold all the data, IPFS uses a network of computers, called nodes, to store and share the data across the network. This means that the data […]

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