Viuly, a decentralized blockchain platform for sharing videos, is proud to announce its reaching the 1 million user mark this week.
Viuly is to disrupt the existing video-sharing ecosystem with its world’s first decentralized video sharing platform based on blockchain.
Chinese cryptocurrency exchange OKex has listed VIU, native token of the blockchain-based video sharing platform Viuly.
Video sharing platforms have been tussling with some rather significant challenges as of late – YouTube, for instance, was struck by the demonetisation phenomenon known as the ‘Ad-pocalypse’.
Youtube competitor Viuly is pleased to announce the airdrop of 458 000 000 tokens to over 960 000 Ethereum holders is now complete, with the decentralized blockchain video platform viuly.io scheduled to connect to the mainnet on December 15th.
Viuly’s mission to disrupt the online video sharing industry is now well underway, with an ongoing massive airdrop campaign distributing some 500 million VIU tokens to an estimated 1 million Ethereum holders.
Viuly is pleased to announce the distribution of VIU tokens to current Ethereum holders with its airdrop campaign on November 10th with the ETH snapshot taking place on November 5th, 2017. Those who hold at least 0.1 ETH will receive VIU tokens, used to transfer value within Viuly’s blockchain-based video sharing platform, as Viuly seeks to expand its user base and encourage adoption of the decentralized online video platform.
Viuly is making available the Alpha version of its decentralized online video sharing platform, letting users interact with key features and earn rewards. The Viuly pre-ICO will launch on October 10, with limited VIU tokens up for sale to early supporters.
Viuly announces an investment of EUR 150,000 from blockchain investment company Krypton Capital, as it looks to disrupt the online video industry through a truly decentralized video sharing platform.