Imogen Heap releases Tiny Human using blockchain technology

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Heap is one of a group of artists and coders who are using blockchain technology to revolutionise the way music is shared. On Friday 2 October she releases her song Tiny Human, and its associated data, into the wild at a special Guardian Live event.

The launch will serve as an experiment for creators, developers, hackers and technophiles to brainstorm, collaborate and test out current and work-in-progress platforms.

Over the following 24 hours, the team will track and report back on the performance and possibilities of this new way of connecting artists with audiences.

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