PewDiePie returns to YouTube with a special agreement

PewDiePie signed an agreement with Stream exclusively on YouTube after partnering with a blockchain-based streaming platform in 2019.

In the middle of the current war between the world of crypto and YouTubefinally the last oneor signed an agreement with one of the world’s most popular YouTubers. PewDiePie, one of the creators with the most subscribers on YouTube, has stopped streaming on Dlive, a blockchain-based platform. to be broadcast exclusively on YouTube.

YouTube officially announced it on May 4th after PewDiePie Make it clear that using the platform feels “natural”.

PewDiePie returns to YouTube with a special agreement
PewDiePie returns to YouTube with a special agreement

In April 2019, PewDiePie had signed an agreement with Dlive. The popular Youtuber, whose real name is Felix Kjellbergsaid he chose to work with Dlive because he was treated like one “real partner”to be that The commission percentage for him was 0%.

Since then, the PiewDiePie channel on Dlive has won more than 820 thousand followersThis is less than 1% compared to the amount you manage on YouTube. May 5th the PewDiePie YouTube channel celebrated its tenth anniversary, more than collect 25 million visits and 104 million subscribers.

PewDiePie emphasized that his reason for this decision was Focus on live streams until 2020:

“Youtube has been my home for over a decade and the live streaming function feels like it completely natural I keep searching new ways to create content and interact with fans around the world. Live broadcasts are something that I’m going to focus on very much this year. So it’s something special and exciting for the future to be working with YouTube and to be at the forefront of this new feature. “

Cointelegraph He talked to Dlive and PewDiePie to ask them more about it and we will know if we can get answers.

PewDiePie leaves Dlive after moving the platform to Tron

Originally based on the Lino blockchain Dlive apparently agreed to migrate to Tron End of 2019. On December 30th BitTorrent, the largest peer-to-peer file sharing toolannounced that Dlive has joined its ecosystem. Until then, Justin Sun, CEO of BitTorrent, who is also the founder of Tron, commented this after the Restriction of crypto content on YouTubeDecentralized content platforms are the future.

On May 5, Cointelegraph announced a new project that allows IOTA users (MIOTA) to manage their own apps and social media sites.

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