Viuly, a blockchain-based video sharing platform, will be hosting a live stream event, which will later be followed by the launch of its beta platform.
Decentralized video sharing platform Viuly will be hosting a live stream on its beta platform on June 15th, 2018. The live stream event will include online games and offer its viewer’s bonus giveaways, including tokens.
Blockchain-based competitor of YouTube, video sharing platform Viuly, presented its vision of more efficient ways of distributing/sharing videos and monetizing content at the Block O2O and Fintech O2O summits.
Blockchain video sharing platform Viuly participated in the Block O2O, and Fintech O2O conferences, the most promising gathering of blockchain experts, in Hong Kong on May 8, 2018.
Viuly, a decentralized blockchain platform for sharing videos, is proud to announce its reaching the 1 million user mark this week.
This week decentralized Video Sharing Platform surpassed the landmark total of million platform users. The site has seen a sharp rise in new users with the last several hundred thousand users joining in just the last few months
Viuly is to disrupt the existing video-sharing ecosystem with its world’s first decentralized video sharing platform based on blockchain.
A recent development with a major video sharing corporation has slashed revenue sharing with content producers, leaving small video makers out in the cold. This reiterates the urgent need for an open and fair environment for content producers, which decentralized video platform Viuly aims to provide.
Chinese cryptocurrency exchange OKex has listed VIU, native token of the blockchain-based video sharing platform Viuly.
Blockchain-based video sharing platform Viuly continues to see its native currency VIU tokens gain widespread recognition, with its latest listing on the OKex cryptocurrency platform.
The Viuly team is pleased to announce that the VIU token is now ranked number 1 of the top 50 tokens by transaction count on the Ethereum blockchain. Blockchain video platform Viuly will also connect its blockchain video sharing platform to the Ethereum Mainnet on December 18th.
Having successfully distributed 458 million VIU tokens driving up mass adoption of the platform, blockchain-based startup Viuly launches mainnet on December 15th.
Viuly, a decentralized video platform like YouTube or Twitch, aims to disrupt exploding multi-billion dollar video sharing market.