11/04/19 06:00 UTC-4

Youtube Star PewDiePie is about to switch to the DLive blockchain platform

Youtube Star, PewDiePie, switch to the DLive blockchain platform
Youtube Star, PewDiePie, switch to the DLive blockchain platform

Superstar and the most popular YouTube account, PewDiePie, announced that it will switch to the blockchain-based DLive streaming platform. A recent announcement by Variety says that the YouTube star will switch to a new streaming video service that offers the best conditions for creators.

PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, gained popularity on YouTube after broadcasting its games and gathered a whopping 93 million subscribers.

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New collaboration

PewDiePie will start its new collaboration with DLive from April 14th, with live broadcast on the platform under its username dlive.tv/pewdiepie.

Currently, DLive operates on the Lino BlockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details
Network and does not receive revenue from streams generated by live streams. This is an important step for streamers that currently use platforms such as Twitch, which reduces revenue by 50%.

Kjelberg commented on this move, saying: "DLive is great for me, because I’m treated like a real partner, just like all other tape drives on their unique platform."

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Youtube Star PewDiePie announced the switch to the DLive blockchain platform. PewDiePie also announced that it will donate from the Lino Points from 10,000 to 50,000 dollars to other creators who broadcast live on the platform.

Editor: Yuliya Soroka

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