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Blockchain Marketing Reaches YouTube Space

By Parasshuram Shalgar
Published January 12, 2022 Updated February 2, 2022

Adam Charles, Blockchain and Gaming Marketing Extraordinaire, moderates a panel of famous personalities Ben Armstrong, Aaron Arnold, Co-Founder of Altcoin Daily, Austin Arnold, co-founder of Altcoin Daily, Wendy O. CEO at Wendy O Media, Ian Balina, Founder & CEO of Token Metrics and discuss the viability to bring YouTube into the blockchain. 

Blockchain is hyping, and this will surely shake up the world! Online video is also expected to revolutionize. The latest Twitter denunciation hype goes shoulder to shoulder from the Silicon Valley higgler.

Blockchain start-ups have already begun to spread their wings everywhere. Blockchain is so popular that it is used for information sharing and financial transactions in banking, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and even the shopping industry.

Talking about YouTube, the blockchain publicity has struck hard. At present, there are around 11 blockchain start-ups contended for viability.

POPchest, which will relaunch in January 2022, expects to authorize creators with enhanced opportunities to obtain distribution, viewers, and earn payments.

POPchest unites with ranks of DECENT GO, Flixxo, Lino, SLATE, StreamSpace, STREAM, Steemit.com, The 21million project, veracity, and Viuly.

Forbes’ Roger Atkins detailed StreamSpace, DECENT GO, and the 21million project in October 2021. StreamSpace assures, “Filmmakers lump a fixed sum for their work and are paid by the consumers right away. This disrupts the traditional industry model.”

In February 2020, video blockchain start-up Lino closed on a $20 million, the fund was confirmed by foremost Chinese seed investor Zhenfund. Reportedly, Lino will launch at the end of 2022. When interviewed by TechCrunch, Wilson Wei – Lino CEO, said, “We expect content creators to earn three to five times the profits generated at present by making videos on YouTube or Twitch.”

YouTube creators need not take tension about YouTube’s bots, provided they shift to a blockchain-based start-up. Because in such start-ups, the videos are stored on a peer-to-peer-based network (possessing its currency). This automatically eliminates the worries over being demonetized.

Video blockchain networks are a humble idea, but their current implementation appears to be an obstacle in one’s journey to imbibe great content. A huge population seems to be adrift by cryptocurrency and blockchain, as it requires opening a wallet regularly to pay less than half a penny. Hence, video blockchain will be a great system to pay creators rather than a practical system used by video consumers.

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