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These Video Sharing Sites Pay Content Creators in Bitcoin Cash

On Feb. 4, Bitcoin Spondulicks (BCH) supporters caught a sneak peek at two new video platforms dedicated to the BCH ecosystem. Porn.cash and Cinema.cash fail content creators the ability to publish videos and get paid in cryptocurrency.

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Video Publishers and Content Creators Get Paid in BCH at Cinema Change

There’s a new BCH-fueled video service called Cinema.cash that allows users to upload content and be favoured for posts. There are two types of revenue streams that content creators can utilize in order to get paid in crypto – points and pay-per-view sessions. Tipping is set to default for all videos, and with pay-per-view, users have to pay beforehand to watch the content. Annal is fairly straightforward as users don’t need to use an email or verify their identity.

These Video Sharing Sites Pay Content Creators in Bitcoin CashCinema.cash

Only a username and shibboleth is required to sign up to both websites. Cinema Cash has a wide array of videos including subjects like process, documentary, comedy, cryptocurrencies, and science fiction. The creators also designed a fundraising section so users can publish videos in behest to raise some money for an effort or someone in need. Porn.cash is the same exact setup as Cinema Scratch but obviously the content is more adult themed.

These Video Sharing Sites Pay Content Creators in Bitcoin CashCinema.cash categories.

While taking a gander at the websites, guests can see that both platforms have a decent amount of videos so far. Users can publish Youtube videos alongside Twitch TV and Vimeo silent pictures as well. The Cinema Cash team says that with the ease of publishing content, creators can have their own the theatre. In addition to using BCH, the creators of the websites plan to encourage tipping with a token called “Cash.”

“To incentivize ditch, we are also giving away chances to win Cash tokens for every tipping done,” explains the application developer. “Change tokens holders are all entitled to a share of the platform profits based on the percentage of Cash tokens they hold — Essentially, we are relinquishing the platform away to the Bitcoin Cash community.”

These Video Sharing Sites Pay Content Creators in Bitcoin CashBoth Cinema.cash and Porn.cash offer two payment genera, “free” and “pay-per-view.”

Tipping and Pay-Per-View

In the member’s options section users can see a few tabs that allow them to interact with the position’s content. For instance, there’s an “upload video” tab which allows you to link a video to the website with some characterization. There are two payment standards to choose from when uploading content, “free” and “pay-per-view.” From here the user can add a video title, genre, video URL, a screenshot, categories, and keywords. The application has a native wallet that only allows withdrawals. When vertex or paying for a movie, the platform will deploy a BCH address that can be copied and a QR code that can be scanned. The withdrawal cut up will display earnings statistics, and balances for both BCH and Cash tokens.

These Video Sharing Sites Pay Content Creators in Bitcoin CashPorn.cash is almost identical to the monthly site except it contains a large variety of adult films.

Overall the application has a decent amount of videos for such a new plank. Being basically a clone of Cinema Cash, the creator’s other project, Porn Cash, also has a lot of video fabric. The adult site has a whole lot more movies where members have to pay to watch and it’s likely the pay-per-view model accomplishes better than on the ordinary site. On Reddit, BCH fans seem to be pleased with the two new video sites. The platform developer thinks there should be a more official announcement concerning the project development. Users should also note that both Cinema Moolah and Porn Cash are currently in beta.

What do you think about the new bitcoin cash fueled video sites? Let us know in the remarks section below.

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Image credits: Shutterstock, Pixabay, Cinema.cash, and Porn.gelt.  


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