I noticed a video by @intrepidsurfer recently while I was curating and then checked that some others had been sharing an article from news.bitcoin about youtube removing videos and placing strikes on crypto youtubers about crypto videos: https://news.bitcoin.com/speculation-abounds-regarding-youtubes-removal-of-crypto-content/
Could this be the next crypto "banning" much like when Facebook decided to ban all ads last year before going back on that decision after they decided to create their own cryptocurrency? Who knows what's going on and if this could be something similar but if you've noticed my recent posts and discussions about Youtube it's a complete mess what's going on there. According to news.bitcoin it seems that some users are targeting these content creators on purpose because of some history and flagging their accounts in order to get them banned. Whatever the reason or the case being now, it goes to show why these content creators need to adapt with where they post their content as that source of income could be removed at any time.
Would be a good time now to make some noise about the alternatives, especially to the affected content creators who literally talk about crypto it's weird that they aren't already using platforms like 3speak and dtube.
There's screenshots and links to their twitter accounts in the news.bitcoin article if you wanna go and throw them some advice on how they can diversify their platforms a bit better. :)
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