Justin Sun, the founder of the cryptocurrency platform TRON, tweeted on Wednesday that he has rolled out his official YouTube channel in both English and Chinese.
The move came after YouTube had deleted several crypto-related videos and top bloggers were banned and their channels were given strikes.
There has been a history of inconvenience between the search giant and crypto fans as Google previously removed all adverts for cryptocurrencies on claims that it tries to “tackle emerging threats”.
However, the crypto purge was over when YouTube announced that an “error” caused the deletion of crypto-currency videos and then pledged to restore all the deleted videos.
YouTube also removed the videos of other famous bloggers such as IvanonTech and Jacob Canfield.
After such a move, crypto bloggers including Justin Sun planned to make DLive the first decentralized application for content makers. “No content would be removed, since it is technically impossible,” he said.
On January 6, DLive has announced joining hands with the BitTorrent ecosystem, to boost the blockchain-based live streaming.
“With BitTorrent’s 100 million users, DLive is now one of the largest live streaming platforms in the world,” DLive said on its twitter account.
Sun, who is also BitTorrent CEO, said, “DLive is one of the best real-world examples of what is possible when combining blockchain and digital media.”