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ephelants360 is a software solution developed on a hybrid distributed ledger to serve as a content production platform from concept through to distribution. By applying machine learning we enable logic to persevere in selecting profitable screenplays, recommend investment opportunities based on user “profile” and behavior, improve recruitment and production teambuilding. Blockchain or distributed ledger technology enables information to be decentralized, providing deep insights whilst providing transparency where necessary. We will provide stakeholders live information and full control for the projects they participate in, they will be able to track spending and revenue in real-time. The proposed project management and budget dApps are central to improving cost saving, efficiency and production time. The tokenized eco-system will allow for innovative new monetization and reward models to incentivize the community on the e360 platform, accept contributions to develop films & tv shows, seed production projects, involve well-known writers, directors and actors. Tokens will also be used to pay for jobs, tasks and platform subscriptions. e360 will democratize the film & tv production process.

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