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Is Blockchain the Future of the Entertainment Industry?
The global entertainment industry is worth billions of dollars and growing at a faster pace than ever. Millions of people consume content online on YouTube, Netflix, Twitter, Facebook Shorts and a range of other media platforms and websites, though they rarely get incentivised for watching videos or consuming other content online. Similarly, content creators have limited ways to monetize their content or get paid unfairly as there is a huge platform commission and other charges involved. Blockchain technology can help solve these and many other problems of the traditional entertainment industry. Problems in the entertainment industry While it’s fun to watch videos online and listen to music, you as a consumer are not actually getting any real incentives for spending hours of your time watching/listening on these online platforms. While these online media platforms continue to make millions out of the content created by someone else, the actual creators and consumers get very little out of the profits. Moreover, there is a huge lack of transparency in how these online entertainment platforms operate and pay the actual creators. The biggest problem is that content creators are still being paid with old methods and get a very small portion of the total profits that the platform makes. Even though the online entertainment space has evolved a lot in the past years, content creators are still left behind in terms of monetization methods and capabilities. Another problem with conventional entertainment platforms is that they pay little attention and zero incentives to the community, i.e. the actual consumers who are a crucial part of the monetization process. Blockchain as a solution for the entertainment industry problems Blockchain technology can help bring transparency to monetization in the entertainment industry and help ensure that creators are rewarded fairly for their creative contributions. Aboat Entertainment is the latest example of how blockchain technology can revolutionise online entertainment and provide more ways for both creators and consumers to monetize their media content/activities. The community-driven entertainment ecosystem uses crypto (and blockchain technology) to reward content consumers for their activities (consumer to earn) while giving creators a fair and transparent way to monetize their work. For one, Aboat Entertainment will provide a unique, engagement-based rewards system with the provisions to reward content creators and the community equally for their activities. Not only the creators who create content but consumers are also rewarded in the Aboat ecosystem. The platform uses crypto tokens to reward creators and consumers. Creators in the Aboat Entertainment ecosystem can also launch their own NFTs by tokenizing their unique content to sell them to consumers directly all over the world. $ABOAT token, which is the native token of the Aboat ecosystem, will provide access to multiple utilities based on the concept of consume-to-earn, from in-game economy and subscriptions to access to exclusive events, governance, advertisement, and the marketplace. More avenues give the community more ways to use the token and earn rewards and profits from it. Moreover, the use of blockchain-based tokens for payment of entertainment services will ensure complete transparency and security in payments. By enabling a more promising and fair way for content creators to monetize their content and consumers to monetize their media activities, the blockchain-based Aboat ecosystem can truly revolutionise the future of the entertainment industry.
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cryptoland
Is Blockchain the Future of the Entertainment Industry?
The global entertainment industry is worth billions of dollars and growing at a faster pace than ever. Millions of people consume content online on YouTube, Netflix, Twitter, Facebook Shorts and a range of other media platforms and websites, though they rarely get incentivised for watching videos or consuming other content online. Similarly, content creators have limited ways to monetize their content or get paid unfairly as there is a huge platform commission and other charges involved. Blockchain technology can help solve these and many other problems of the traditional entertainment industry. Problems in the entertainment industry While it’s fun to watch videos online and listen to music, you as a consumer are not actually getting any real incentives for spending hours of your time watching/listening on these online platforms. While these online media platforms continue to make millions out of the content created by someone else, the actual creators and consumers get very little out of the profits. Moreover, there is a huge lack of transparency in how these online entertainment platforms operate and pay the actual creators. The biggest problem is that content creators are still being paid with old methods and get a very small portion of the total profits that the platform makes. Even though the online entertainment space has evolved a lot in the past years, content creators are still left behind in terms of monetization methods and capabilities. Another problem with conventional entertainment platforms is that they pay little attention and zero incentives to the community, i.e. the actual consumers who are a crucial part of the monetization process. Blockchain as a solution for the entertainment industry problems Blockchain technology can help bring transparency to monetization in the entertainment industry and help ensure that creators are rewarded fairly for their creative contributions. Aboat Entertainment is the latest example of how blockchain technology can revolutionise online entertainment and provide more ways for both creators and consumers to monetize their media content/activities. The community-driven entertainment ecosystem uses crypto (and blockchain technology) to reward content consumers for their activities (consumer to earn) while giving creators a fair and transparent way to monetize their work. For one, Aboat Entertainment will provide a unique, engagement-based rewards system with the provisions to reward content creators and the community equally for their activities. Not only the creators who create content but consumers are also rewarded in the Aboat ecosystem. The platform uses crypto tokens to reward creators and consumers. Creators in the Aboat Entertainment ecosystem can also launch their own NFTs by tokenizing their unique content to sell them to consumers directly all over the world. $ABOAT token, which is the native token of the Aboat ecosystem, will provide access to multiple utilities based on the concept of consume-to-earn, from in-game economy and subscriptions to access to exclusive events, governance, advertisement, and the marketplace. More avenues give the community more ways to use the token and earn rewards and profits from it. Moreover, the use of blockchain-based tokens for payment of entertainment services will ensure complete transparency and security in payments. By enabling a more promising and fair way for content creators to monetize their content and consumers to monetize their media activities, the blockchain-based Aboat ecosystem can truly revolutionise the future of the entertainment industry.
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cryptoland
Is Blockchain the Future of the Entertainment Industry?
The global entertainment industry is worth billions of dollars and growing at a faster pace than ever. Millions of people consume content online on YouTube, Netflix, Twitter, Facebook Shorts and a range of other media platforms and websites, though they rarely get incentivised for watching videos or consuming other content online. Similarly, content creators have limited ways to monetize their content or get paid unfairly as there is a huge platform commission and other charges involved. Blockchain technology can help solve these and many other problems of the traditional entertainment industry. Problems in the entertainment industry While it’s fun to watch videos online and listen to music, you as a consumer are not actually getting any real incentives for spending hours of your time watching/listening on these online platforms. While these online media platforms continue to make millions out of the content created by someone else, the actual creators and consumers get very little out of the profits. Moreover, there is a huge lack of transparency in how these online entertainment platforms operate and pay the actual creators. The biggest problem is that content creators are still being paid with old methods and get a very small portion of the total profits that the platform makes. Even though the online entertainment space has evolved a lot in the past years, content creators are still left behind in terms of monetization methods and capabilities. Another problem with conventional entertainment platforms is that they pay little attention and zero incentives to the community, i.e. the actual consumers who are a crucial part of the monetization process. Blockchain as a solution for the entertainment industry problems Blockchain technology can help bring transparency to monetization in the entertainment industry and help ensure that creators are rewarded fairly for their creative contributions. Aboat Entertainment is the latest example of how blockchain technology can revolutionise online entertainment and provide more ways for both creators and consumers to monetize their media content/activities. The community-driven entertainment ecosystem uses crypto (and blockchain technology) to reward content consumers for their activities (consumer to earn) while giving creators a fair and transparent way to monetize their work. For one, Aboat Entertainment will provide a unique, engagement-based rewards system with the provisions to reward content creators and the community equally for their activities. Not only the creators who create content but consumers are also rewarded in the Aboat ecosystem. The platform uses crypto tokens to reward creators and consumers. Creators in the Aboat Entertainment ecosystem can also launch their own NFTs by tokenizing their unique content to sell them to consumers directly all over the world. $ABOAT token, which is the native token of the Aboat ecosystem, will provide access to multiple utilities based on the concept of consume-to-earn, from in-game economy and subscriptions to access to exclusive events, governance, advertisement, and the marketplace. More avenues give the community more ways to use the token and earn rewards and profits from it. Moreover, the use of blockchain-based tokens for payment of entertainment services will ensure complete transparency and security in payments. By enabling a more promising and fair way for content creators to monetize their content and consumers to monetize their media activities, the blockchain-based Aboat ecosystem can truly revolutionise the future of the entertainment industry.
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springwind46
2022 Gymnastics World Champions
The 2022 women's artistic gymnastics championships, held in Liverpool, United Kingdom, left us with some predicted results but also, some refreshing surprises. With or without Russia, or the Russian Olympic Committee (the name they had to compete since at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and since the 2021 world championships) the USA women were the favorite to win the team title, so the big question was who else was going to take not just medals home but also, the three top teams at the final, were guaranteed a spot at the Paris 2014 Olympics, so there was a lot a stake. Since the last quad, the way competition is organized, the 8 teams competing at the final, are split into 4 groups, with the top 2 teams competing in the same apparatus, alternating 1 gymnast from each country which makes the event much more exciting for the viewer, the 3rd and 4th teams with the highest qualification scores compete in the same apparatus and so on. Each team has 5 members of which 3 compete in each event; coaches and team coordinators, select the best 3 performers in each event to make sure that they get the best possible scores for their teams. The Team USA started on what is arguably their best event and the highest-scoring event for women, producing high-flying vault after high-flying vault, culminating with Jade Carey's difficult vault (the Cheng), which put the American women about 0.5 points ahead of the British squad. Brazil was in 3rd place just over a point behind the silver medal spot. Some uncharacteristic falls had left the current European champions, Italy, in 4th place. To everyone's surprise, Every single athlete from China had a fall or major fail on beam, one of their best events, with one of the gymnasts scoring just over 10.000 points (the average score for China on this apparatus was around 14.000 points), so they were last after the 1st rotation. At the start of the 2nd rotation, we learnt that Flavia Saraiva, from Brazil, a beam specialist, and Olympic beam finalist, was injured so she wouldn't be competing for the rest of the meet, so, when Rebeca Andrade, the best gymnast from the Brazilian team, and possibly, in the world, took to the beam, the pressure was on, and, unfortunately, she fell on her side aerial, which complicated things for Brazil. By the start of rotation 3, team USA had an advantage of 2 points over Great Britain. When Jade Carey took to the beam, she was performing her exercise at a slower pace than she normally did, so there was a risk of running over time, just as she was doing the choreography in preparation for her dismount, we hear the bell warning that she had just 10 seconds left to dismount, unfortunately, she wasn't able to take off some of the superficial moves that would have saved the time she needed to finish the exercise, so as she went into her dismount, a double pike backward, the second bell came on, warning that she had exceeded the maximum time allowed to finish the exercise, which would cost her a 0.1 deduction. The competition went on, providing great performances by the Japanese and Canadian athletes (we could see Canada's Ellie Black compete her new skill, named after her, on uneven bars), and then Skye Blakely, the best beam worker from the US team, started her exercise, as she landed her standing full-in back tuck, she couldn't stay on the beam, so she fell, but due to her high difficulty, she still received a pretty decent score, keeping the US ahead on the points table. The following athlete on beam was Alice Kinsella, from the UK, who also fell, allowing the US gymnast to get further away. The final rotation starts, and it looks like, unless every single gymnast from the USA team made big mistakes, they had a gap large enough to lead all the way to the gold medal, however, there were a few teams that could still get to the podium, but in the end, Great Britain managed to keep the 2nd spot, and a surprising Canada managed to finished in a historical 3rd position. Brazil managed to climb up to the 4th position, followed by Italy, China, Japan, and France in the last position.
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springwind46
2022 Gymnastics World Champions
The 2022 women's artistic gymnastics championships, held in Liverpool, United Kingdom, left us with some predicted results but also, some refreshing surprises. With or without Russia, or the Russian Olympic Committee (the name they had to compete since at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and since the 2021 world championships) the USA women were the favorite to win the team title, so the big question was who else was going to take not just medals home but also, the three top teams at the final, were guaranteed a spot at the Paris 2014 Olympics, so there was a lot a stake. Since the last quad, the way competition is organized, the 8 teams competing at the final, are split into 4 groups, with the top 2 teams competing in the same apparatus, alternating 1 gymnast from each country which makes the event much more exciting for the viewer, the 3rd and 4th teams with the highest qualification scores compete in the same apparatus and so on. Each team has 5 members of which 3 compete in each event; coaches and team coordinators, select the best 3 performers in each event to make sure that they get the best possible scores for their teams. The Team USA started on what is arguably their best event and the highest-scoring event for women, producing high-flying vault after high-flying vault, culminating with Jade Carey's difficult vault (the Cheng), which put the American women about 0.5 points ahead of the British squad. Brazil was in 3rd place just over a point behind the silver medal spot. Some uncharacteristic falls had left the current European champions, Italy, in 4th place. To everyone's surprise, Every single athlete from China had a fall or major fail on beam, one of their best events, with one of the gymnasts scoring just over 10.000 points (the average score for China on this apparatus was around 14.000 points), so they were last after the 1st rotation. At the start of the 2nd rotation, we learnt that Flavia Saraiva, from Brazil, a beam specialist, and Olympic beam finalist, was injured so she wouldn't be competing for the rest of the meet, so, when Rebeca Andrade, the best gymnast from the Brazilian team, and possibly, in the world, took to the beam, the pressure was on, and, unfortunately, she fell on her side aerial, which complicated things for Brazil. By the start of rotation 3, team USA had an advantage of 2 points over Great Britain. When Jade Carey took to the beam, she was performing her exercise at a slower pace than she normally did, so there was a risk of running over time, just as she was doing the choreography in preparation for her dismount, we hear the bell warning that she had just 10 seconds left to dismount, unfortunately, she wasn't able to take off some of the superficial moves that would have saved the time she needed to finish the exercise, so as she went into her dismount, a double pike backward, the second bell came on, warning that she had exceeded the maximum time allowed to finish the exercise, which would cost her a 0.1 deduction. The competition went on, providing great performances by the Japanese and Canadian athletes (we could see Canada's Ellie Black compete her new skill, named after her, on uneven bars), and then Skye Blakely, the best beam worker from the US team, started her exercise, as she landed her standing full-in back tuck, she couldn't stay on the beam, so she fell, but due to her high difficulty, she still received a pretty decent score, keeping the US ahead on the points table. The following athlete on beam was Alice Kinsella, from the UK, who also fell, allowing the US gymnast to get further away. The final rotation starts, and it looks like, unless every single gymnast from the USA team made big mistakes, they had a gap large enough to lead all the way to the gold medal, however, there were a few teams that could still get to the podium, but in the end, Great Britain managed to keep the 2nd spot, and a surprising Canada managed to finished in a historical 3rd position. Brazil managed to climb up to the 4th position, followed by Italy, China, Japan, and France in the last position.
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springwind46
2022 Gymnastics World Champions
The 2022 women's artistic gymnastics championships, held in Liverpool, United Kingdom, left us with some predicted results but also, some refreshing surprises. With or without Russia, or the Russian Olympic Committee (the name they had to compete since at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and since the 2021 world championships) the USA women were the favorite to win the team title, so the big question was who else was going to take not just medals home but also, the three top teams at the final, were guaranteed a spot at the Paris 2014 Olympics, so there was a lot a stake. Since the last quad, the way competition is organized, the 8 teams competing at the final, are split into 4 groups, with the top 2 teams competing in the same apparatus, alternating 1 gymnast from each country which makes the event much more exciting for the viewer, the 3rd and 4th teams with the highest qualification scores compete in the same apparatus and so on. Each team has 5 members of which 3 compete in each event; coaches and team coordinators, select the best 3 performers in each event to make sure that they get the best possible scores for their teams. The Team USA started on what is arguably their best event and the highest-scoring event for women, producing high-flying vault after high-flying vault, culminating with Jade Carey's difficult vault (the Cheng), which put the American women about 0.5 points ahead of the British squad. Brazil was in 3rd place just over a point behind the silver medal spot. Some uncharacteristic falls had left the current European champions, Italy, in 4th place. To everyone's surprise, Every single athlete from China had a fall or major fail on beam, one of their best events, with one of the gymnasts scoring just over 10.000 points (the average score for China on this apparatus was around 14.000 points), so they were last after the 1st rotation. At the start of the 2nd rotation, we learnt that Flavia Saraiva, from Brazil, a beam specialist, and Olympic beam finalist, was injured so she wouldn't be competing for the rest of the meet, so, when Rebeca Andrade, the best gymnast from the Brazilian team, and possibly, in the world, took to the beam, the pressure was on, and, unfortunately, she fell on her side aerial, which complicated things for Brazil. By the start of rotation 3, team USA had an advantage of 2 points over Great Britain. When Jade Carey took to the beam, she was performing her exercise at a slower pace than she normally did, so there was a risk of running over time, just as she was doing the choreography in preparation for her dismount, we hear the bell warning that she had just 10 seconds left to dismount, unfortunately, she wasn't able to take off some of the superficial moves that would have saved the time she needed to finish the exercise, so as she went into her dismount, a double pike backward, the second bell came on, warning that she had exceeded the maximum time allowed to finish the exercise, which would cost her a 0.1 deduction. The competition went on, providing great performances by the Japanese and Canadian athletes (we could see Canada's Ellie Black compete her new skill, named after her, on uneven bars), and then Skye Blakely, the best beam worker from the US team, started her exercise, as she landed her standing full-in back tuck, she couldn't stay on the beam, so she fell, but due to her high difficulty, she still received a pretty decent score, keeping the US ahead on the points table. The following athlete on beam was Alice Kinsella, from the UK, who also fell, allowing the US gymnast to get further away. The final rotation starts, and it looks like, unless every single gymnast from the USA team made big mistakes, they had a gap large enough to lead all the way to the gold medal, however, there were a few teams that could still get to the podium, but in the end, Great Britain managed to keep the 2nd spot, and a surprising Canada managed to finished in a historical 3rd position. Brazil managed to climb up to the 4th position, followed by Italy, China, Japan, and France in the last position.
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kingscrown
SUI Airdrop better than APT Aptos ? Try it.
https://youtube.com/shorts/zplrag8xiq0 Dont see video ? Watch below or click on link. Follow chan for short airdrop info - http://fuk.io/yt Binance top1 exchange in the world - https://www.binance.com/en/register?ref=10211352 ByBit top crypto futures exchange - https://www.bybit.com/register?affiliate_id=4665&group_id=0&group_type=1 Coinex unique pairs, good prices - https://www.coinex.com/register?refer_code=u29t4 Bitforex many occiasions and big markets - https://www.bitforex.com/invitationRegister?inviterId=1887657 Hotbit ETFs and other financial products that are nowhere else - https://www.hotbit.io/register?ref=280654 Okex one of the biggest Chinese exchanges with bonuses - https://www.okex.com/account/register?flag=activity&channelId=1836499 Top cryptocurrency browser made on Chrome code - http://brave.com/fuk204 Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/kingscrownBTC Currently suggested bitcoin ethereum exchanges with no documents verification are here checked daily - https://fuk.io/no-kyc-exchanges-list/ If you want to try some passive income loans or lending in crypto see the verified portals here - https://fuk.io/best-bitcoin-lending-sites-btc-loans-lend-cryptocurrency/ This is not financial advice, just a personal opinion if you want to invest into anything seek for help of professionals. Some videos may have affiliate links which may give some extras to the author. Remember that in cryptocurrency you can loose 100% of your capital and treat this channel as entertainment only. REAL WAYS TO MAKE PASSIVE INCOME FROM CRYPTOCURRENCY - DOWNLOAD FREE EBOOK NOW Join My Official Discord Crypto Group - https://discord.gg/Ma3VCxj Follow, Resteem and VOTE UP @kingscrown creator of No documents needed Bitcoin exchanges list with unique newsletter and hidden tips for subscribers!
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kingscrown
SUI Airdrop better than APT Aptos ? Try it.
https://youtube.com/shorts/zplrag8xiq0 Dont see video ? Watch below or click on link. Follow chan for short airdrop info - http://fuk.io/yt Binance top1 exchange in the world - https://www.binance.com/en/register?ref=10211352 ByBit top crypto futures exchange - https://www.bybit.com/register?affiliate_id=4665&group_id=0&group_type=1 Coinex unique pairs, good prices - https://www.coinex.com/register?refer_code=u29t4 Bitforex many occiasions and big markets - https://www.bitforex.com/invitationRegister?inviterId=1887657 Hotbit ETFs and other financial products that are nowhere else - https://www.hotbit.io/register?ref=280654 Okex one of the biggest Chinese exchanges with bonuses - https://www.okex.com/account/register?flag=activity&channelId=1836499 Top cryptocurrency browser made on Chrome code - http://brave.com/fuk204 Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/kingscrownBTC Currently suggested bitcoin ethereum exchanges with no documents verification are here checked daily - https://fuk.io/no-kyc-exchanges-list/ If you want to try some passive income loans or lending in crypto see the verified portals here - https://fuk.io/best-bitcoin-lending-sites-btc-loans-lend-cryptocurrency/ This is not financial advice, just a personal opinion if you want to invest into anything seek for help of professionals. Some videos may have affiliate links which may give some extras to the author. Remember that in cryptocurrency you can loose 100% of your capital and treat this channel as entertainment only. REAL WAYS TO MAKE PASSIVE INCOME FROM CRYPTOCURRENCY - DOWNLOAD FREE EBOOK NOW Join My Official Discord Crypto Group - https://discord.gg/Ma3VCxj Follow, Resteem and VOTE UP @kingscrown creator of No documents needed Bitcoin exchanges list with unique newsletter and hidden tips for subscribers!
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kingscrown
SUI Airdrop better than APT Aptos ? Try it.
https://youtube.com/shorts/zplrag8xiq0 Dont see video ? Watch below or click on link. Follow chan for short airdrop info - http://fuk.io/yt Binance top1 exchange in the world - https://www.binance.com/en/register?ref=10211352 ByBit top crypto futures exchange - https://www.bybit.com/register?affiliate_id=4665&group_id=0&group_type=1 Coinex unique pairs, good prices - https://www.coinex.com/register?refer_code=u29t4 Bitforex many occiasions and big markets - https://www.bitforex.com/invitationRegister?inviterId=1887657 Hotbit ETFs and other financial products that are nowhere else - https://www.hotbit.io/register?ref=280654 Okex one of the biggest Chinese exchanges with bonuses - https://www.okex.com/account/register?flag=activity&channelId=1836499 Top cryptocurrency browser made on Chrome code - http://brave.com/fuk204 Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/kingscrownBTC Currently suggested bitcoin ethereum exchanges with no documents verification are here checked daily - https://fuk.io/no-kyc-exchanges-list/ If you want to try some passive income loans or lending in crypto see the verified portals here - https://fuk.io/best-bitcoin-lending-sites-btc-loans-lend-cryptocurrency/ This is not financial advice, just a personal opinion if you want to invest into anything seek for help of professionals. Some videos may have affiliate links which may give some extras to the author. Remember that in cryptocurrency you can loose 100% of your capital and treat this channel as entertainment only. REAL WAYS TO MAKE PASSIVE INCOME FROM CRYPTOCURRENCY - DOWNLOAD FREE EBOOK NOW Join My Official Discord Crypto Group - https://discord.gg/Ma3VCxj Follow, Resteem and VOTE UP @kingscrown creator of No documents needed Bitcoin exchanges list with unique newsletter and hidden tips for subscribers!
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