I just read about the Youtube crypto purge and I am kind of confused, worried and hopeful.
Nobody seems to know why and why now. Is it to keep people in the dark? Is it because YT needs to protect itself of the content or are those organized attacks on channels as there are rumors about an organised group reporting various channels for the same reason.
Youtube was a very convenient way to get news about the cryptospace and for now nobody seems to be sure if this will still be the case.
I am not sure how many of the people I follow are professional youtubers but I assume the majority of them for sure and if this more than just a "small hickup" it shows how much you lay your fate in the hand of a very large company which can take all your work, subs, comments and fans and make it all disappear.
"Just come to Steem and post your shit here"
While I totally agree with that I see one problem which is that at the moment we would have a hard time supporting professional content creators who do this full time...at least I think so but I would love to be wrong about this.
I often wonder why some creators talk about how great decentralization is but post only on Youtube or at least nor very regular here to build an audience here as well.
The next few days will be very interesting...
From what I read it is not only crypto channels but other investing channels as well so it might be some legal thing? If you have good information
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