YouTube wants to help content creators capitalize on NFTs
January 25, 2022, 9:31AM EST
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YouTube is exploring the idea of helping its content creators to capitalize on NFTs, according to YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki in an annual letter to content creators, as reported by Bloomberg.
“We’re always focused on expanding the YouTube ecosystem to help creators capitalize on emerging technologies, including things like NFTs, while continuing to strengthen and enhance the experiences creators and fans have on YouTube,” said Wojcicki.
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