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2 New Video Platforms Accepting Bitcoin Cash Payments...

Any cryptocurrency ecosystem needs to keep growing and evolving. Without future developments, the project is nearly dead on arrival. For Bitcoin Cash, two new intriguing projects have been announced this week. Known as Cinema.Cash and Porn.Cash, they try to introduce BCH as a payment method for content creators.

Content Creators and Cryptocurrency Adoption

Over the past few years, cryptocurrencies have not necessarily gained more adoption. Most people own cryptocurrencies for investment and speculative purposes first and foremost. In terms of actually using them, the situation has become very different. It appears spending Bitcoin, tokens, assets, and altcoins remains an ongoing struggle as 2019 begins. Solving that problem will be quite challenging for obvious reasons.

In the Bitcoin Cash world, the same problem persists. More specifically, it is not as easy as one might think. Despite having the support of processors like BitPay, CoinPayments, and others, it is still up to users to effectively pay with this altcoin. As long as there aren’t more places to spend BCH, that may remain an ongoing struggle first and foremost. It would appear at least one community member acknowledges this problem and has come up with a potential solution.

Two new services have been announced to bolster the Bitcoin Cash ecosystem. One service is known as Porn.Cash, whereas the other will be Cinema.Cash. Both platforms serve a very similar purpose. The main objective is to build more platforms where content creators can publish their own videos and get paid for it. As one would expect, this will primarily improve upon the use of Bitcoin Cash as an actual currency.

Content creators will benefit from two particular revenue streams. They can either opt for the pay per view model, or the “tipping” approach. It is safe to assume the former will generate more “guaranteed” revenue. However, most cryptocurrency users aren’t necessarily interested in spending mon...

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