Following the C2PA Announcement today CLink has announced a case study of its Marketplace using C2PA authentication. Besides the C2PA implementation, the CLink Marketplace offers other unique features such as rights declaration and transfer (license); publicly accessible ledger for parties, creations, rights and rights transaction; the combination of persistent, cryptographic, and perceptual identifiers; archive to name the most relevant ones.
In addition to the C2PA specification, the marketplace relies on the following ISO standards: JUMBF (ISO 19566), ISNI (ISO 27729), WARC (ISO28500), part of DOI (for Handles) (ISO 26324), and utilizing ISCC (ISO/TC 46/SC 9/WG18).
The Marketplace is using the LCC metadata and identifier framework. The LCC model (or its forerunners indecs and COA) helped frame standard schemas for DOI, ONIX, EIDR, DDEX and PLUS and commercial implementations.
You can see the announcement post containing explainers for the highlighted features here. The Marketplace will be opened for private beta this year. ILP is the target primary payment system.
Any comments, feedbacks are greatly appreciated.
Note: The Marketplace has a forensic level UX for metadata. For example, you can see JUMBF boxes at https://marketplace.clink.id/#JUMBF (the content of the linked page loads in multiple steps showing the progressive levels of the UX).