A day after Modern Consensus reported that blockchain-based video livestreaming platform DLive was working on bringing onboard the controversial but hugely popular YouTube personality PewDiePie, a partnership was announced.
Crypto platform DLive bans Alex Jones (sorta) but may be courting PewDiePie
The blockchain-based streaming video site lacks clarity on hosting offensive streamers
Several days after Blockchain-based streaming video platform DLive told Modern Consensus it had dropped a channel by the racist alt-right radio host Alex Jones from its platform, more than 400 of his videos were still accessible. Meanwhile, DLive is reportedly trying to recruit the hugely popular but increasingly controversial YouTube celebrity PewDiePie, who lost a Disney-owned sponsor Maker Studios after he posted anti-Semitic videos in February 2017.
Here comes the first broadcast TV show about cryptocurrency
The “Crypto Crow” goes mainstream
A successful YouTube series about cryptocurrency is about to hit conventional airwaves. Jason Appleton is better known to his 73,000 YouTube subscribers as “the Crypto Crow,” a plain-spoken cryptocurrency personality who carefully hedges that he does not provide financial advice. Instead he helps his audience navigate the big, wide world of cryptocurrency at large. Now that he’s used some of his money to buy his way into conventional airwave broadcast with CBS Television Networks, Appleton’s brand of crypto know-how will see mainstream broadcast on a number of local CBS and CW television networks, as well as on Roku streaming devices. With the first episodes slated to air this June, his…
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