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SHIB Joins CDSA to Empower the Media and Entertainment Landscape with Blockchain Tech

By April 11, 2024 No Comments
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SHIB announced that it had joined the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA) to explore the opportunities inherent in blockchain technology.

SHIB, which is an interconnected family of digital assets and solutions that runs on the Ethereum blockchain, with the popular cryptocurrency Shiba Inu, aims to explore opportunities of blockchain technology, specifically the media and entertainment aspects that are promoted via new media channels.


SHIB is the first blockchain project to join CDSA to deliver factual and improved content security using advanced blockchain technologies.

According to Shiba Inu Lead Developer, Shytoshi Kusama, “CDSA members are the biggest names in media and entertainment, from the studios to the key partners that are part of the global ecosystem,” He added: “We look forward to providing a unique and blockchain-first perspective to CDSA’s work in helping media and entertainment executives better utilize these innovative technologies, especially as blockchain and artificial intelligence converge.” 

Why SHIB and CDSA are leveraging blockchain 

Leveraging blockchain will help the two organizations alleviate concerns about deepfakes and plagiarism within the artificial intelligence (AI) sector and ensure the right focus in providing the correct expertise that will result in the right use of these technologies. 

What you should know about SHIB and CDSA

SHIB is a popular and leading ecosystem of decentralized finance (DeFi). It’s the second-most searched crypto project on Google and has gained popularity over the years, with over 3.6 million Twitter followers. The SHIB ecosystem consists of tokens such as $SHIB, $LEASH, $BONE, and the native SHIBOSHIs NFTs, as well as quality technologies including SHIB: The Metaverse and Shibarium.

On the other hand, CDSA is an international nonprofit organization, founded in 1970, and it functions to provide the best practices for the delivery and storage of entertainment, software, and information technology. Since its establishment, protecting the integrity of digital media has been the major drive of the organization. To this end, CDSA inaugurated two Content Security Risk Management Programs: Copyright & Licencing Verification (CLV) and Music Recording Studion Security (MRSS).


SHIB’s recent decision to join the Content Distribution & Security Association (CDSA) marks a pioneering move in the integration of blockchain technology with media and entertainment security. It aims to leverage SHIB’s blockchain expertise to enhance content security and distribution, addressing challenges like deepfakes and plagiarism in the AI sector and beyond.

As SHIB brings a blockchain-first perspective to CDSA’s efforts, this alliance is set to advance technological applications in entertainment and foster the development of innovative solutions that can potentially set new standards for the industry.