Calls for Applications

In the context of this year’s Milan Digital Week (17-21. March 2021) Music Innovation Hub and Ethereum Foundation’s Remix Team are proud to give musicians, music producers and entrepreneurs in the music field the unique opportunity to attend a 5 hours course to the Ethereum Blockchain and its game-changing tools for creatives. The course will be held by Rob Stupay (developer / Ethereum Foundation’s Remix Team) and Matteo Tambussi (musician and project developer / ETHTurin, ETHLocal).


MUSIC ON THE BLOCKCHAIN // Crash course to Ethereum

An introduction to the basic tools of the Ethereum Blockchain held by Rob Stupay (Ethereum Foundation’s Remix team) and Matteo Tambussi (ETHTurin, ETHLocal)

The course will be divided into two modules:

Module One (17. March, h. 15:00 CET, 3 hours)
Identification of the Music Industry’s dynamics and assets. Theoretical basics of the Decentralized Web in relation to the current state of the Music Industry. Attendants’ first practical iteration.

Module Two (20. March, h. 16:00 CET, 2 hours)
Attendants’ iterations review. Hands-on tutorial to the most used smart contracts in Ethereum and Token Standards. Open discussion. Attendance badges.

Given the dense structure of the contents, MIH and Ethereum Foundation’s Remix Team will select five among all the applicants who will be granted the participation to the course. Please fill the form below and show us your motivation and interest to take part in this unique event.


Deadline for applications: Monday 8. March 2021


So don’t miss the chance to apply for Music Tech Europe Academy, a 7 months program addressed to 10 high potential and talented music-tech innovators/entrepreneurs/startups across Europe who offer scalable and sustainable technologic, business and artistic solutions for the music sector.

Open Call for music-tech innovators, entrepreneurs, startups and SMEs across Europe.

2020 has proved to us more than ever how the music system not only needs to keep pace with the constant evolutions, but to anticipate those changes and even drive the change.
A substantial and growing part of the innovations in the music sector takes place outside the

traditional music industry and most of the change came and will continue to be coming from the bottom up.

The Music Tech Europe Academy aims to discover highly talented music-tech innovators, entrepreneurs, startups and SMEs who are using technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, Blockchain, VR, AR, 3D Audio or MetaData in order to create scalable

and sustainable solutions for the music sector. It’s a hybrid and scalable training scheme co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of The European Union and coordinated by Music Innovation Hub (IT) in partnership with Media Deals (DE).