RAIRtech is building a platform for Distributed Digital Rights Management (DDRM). The company’s platform provides IP owners, organizations, and individuals the ability to attach digital goods (including video, music, or data) into an encrypted stream with an NFT. RAIR has built several proprietary tools including NFT minting, encrypted streaming, and a distribution platform that it offers to its users.
The global digital rights management market size was valued at approximately $3.60 billion in 2020 and is estimated to reach a value of $24.63 billion by 2030, representing a CAGR of 21.4% for that period. Additionally, the NFT Market is expected to also see explosive growth, adding $147 billion to the market size from 2022-2026. The intersection of the growth of these aforementioned markets should provide RAIRtech with some tailwinds behind its strategy and execution.
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