Regulation

NIM is offering regulated registration and trade of copyrights

NIM's white-label services As you probably have seen from our newsletters and private emails, NIM has developed a technical registration service equal to none. NIM has now evolved on that technological advance. The management is...

Regulated registration of Copyrights

On November the 30th, 2022, the Swedish parliament (finally) voted yes to the government's proposal for changes to (among other things) the Copyright Act. The proposals are based on the EU Copyright Directive. They...

Company shares vs. passive income

NIM is based upon the world’s biggest intrinsic markets, Internet content, and the royalties internet brings to copyright holders. NIMs Passive income token is a low-risk investment, and the tokens will be freely tradable immediately...

NIM’s new non-executive director

The NIM management is happy to publicly present the new non-executive board director in NIM Holding ou. Sofia WestergrenSofia served as a member of the Swedish parliament, where she was active in the...

Why NIM Networks can’t be hacked

Thanks for the questions and information provided.There have been two major hacking incidents in the crypto world these days. Close to $800 million has been siphoned out of Solana and Nomad.Many of you are asking...

Regulatory framework for the cryptocurrency industry.

Quote: EU officials on Thursday secured an agreement on what is likely to be the first major regulatory framework for the cryptocurrency industry.The European Commission, EU lawmakers and member states hammered out a deal in...

NIM and the economic turbulence…

You all have undoubtedly been following the crypto and music markets lately...From a NIM perspective, the underlying value proposition for Web3 technologies hasn’t changed.What has changed is the reliance on mathematics and algorithms to...

There is light in the digital tunnel.

New Internet Media (NIM) is emerging as one of the “new” technology companies’ hell-bent on supporting the creative communities on the Internet. We are very glad for the press release from SKAP (Sweden’s organisation...

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