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Theta Labs has launched video on demand (VOD) support as part of its core platform upgrade in a move to bring popular streamers and influencers from centralized platforms on board, and it has been supported by some of the biggest names in crypto.
Starting on October 15, cryptocurrency streamers DataDash, Crypto Beadles, Trader Cobb, Crypto Crow, among others who boast a combined following of nearly 550,000 YouTube subscribers will take part in a week long series of streams, interviews, and premieres as THETA.tv, a decentralized streaming platform which allows users to earn TFUEL rewards for sharing and viewing videos, launches its video on demand service.
Until now the service has been focused on live streaming, but with the launch of its VOD service, content creators can upload and create their own libraries of videos allowing them to build up and establish a presence on Theta network in the same way they can upload videos to their channels on popular centralized platforms, such as YouTube and Twitch.
The move comes as Theta announces partnerships with CONtv, a global anime streaming service, that broadcasts animation 24/7 on its channel, after recently announcing it has partnered with Ultra, the decentralized game download platform and live streaming the first U.S. Presidential debates.
DataDash, Crypto Beadles, Trader Cobb and Crypto Crow will feature live streams, premiere new content on THETA.tv and provide interviews with Theta’s founders and executive team, who will explain their vision for the platform and the benefits of decentralized video streaming.
Mitch Liu, CEO and co-founder of Theta Labs said: “We have seen an incredible reception from streamers and partners on Theta network. As our platform grows we want to provide more opportunities for influencers to set up channels on THETA.tv and monetize 100% of their viewers compared ...
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