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🔊 Public Live Recap 🔊 📱 What social media platform do you use the most? How has that changed over the years? A personal anecdote is I used to be obsessed with updating my Tumblr blog and reading about my friends' reactions to new anime episodes (any Naruto 🍥 fans?), but now I spend a lot of time watching videos - long and short form. On this Public Live, our guests @boye @jackdavis @jessicalawson and @flinndustries discussed the future of content and media with our host @calumjohnson1. 📺 The way we consume media has changed a lot over the past 10, even 5 years. So how will it change in the next 5? You've probably heard of the creator economy and #web3 as awareness around creators' IP and monetization rises. How could #crypto #blockchain technology and #NFT s change the landscape for creators and consumers of content? 💬 " I think the biggest potential advantage of the blockchain and tech in general within the content creation space is interoperability. So right have a separate account for Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and TikTok, and all these different places where there's not really an easy way for everyone to follow you at one place, or even to easily cross purpose content. A lot of creators today will post the same things on tick tock, Facebook, and Instagram, obviously, like, YouTube's a little bit different with longer form content, but I think we're seeing a lot of that. And what I'm excited about within the NFT blockchain space for content creators is having one profile that I can then take from platform to platform and have my content, follow me depending on that particular platform, but then also have my profile Follow Me too." -@jessicalawson 👩‍🏫 Vocabulary Creator Economy: a software-facilitated economy that allows creators to earn revenue from their creations 🔗 Listen to the full session with the link in comments👇 -- *Not financial advice, always do your own research

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