Top YouTuber PewDiePie Joins Blockchain Live Streaming Platform
PewDiePie, the world’s most popular YouTuber by subscriber numbers, is to live stream weekly on blockchain-based platform DLive.
"The SEC allows me to say that you have a potential upside in this network," said YouNow CEO Adi Sideman.
Nebulous, the startup behind the Sia network for decentralized file storage, is doubling its staff and focusing on media streaming.
YouNow says two other peer-to-peer sites are now integrating its props token: Camfrog and Listia.
Blockchain-based live streaming service DLive has seen a 67 percent increase in users since popular YouTuber PewDiePie joined the platform in April.
Esports platform Unikrn is debuting a new product that lets fans bet cryptocurrency on Twitch and other gaming sites.