A video-sharing platform similar to TikTok is coming to the cryptocurrency space
By Bob Garcia
BULLZ has already launched a beta version for both Android and iOS users
TikTok has been a platform that, over the past few months, has seen an incredible boom. Taking this into account, and seeing how the cryptocurrency space is also increasingly growing in popularity, a new platform similar to TikTok is one of the projects that turn to the blockchain and try to attract new audiences.
It’s no secret that social media platforms have become astronomical performers over the past few years, which has led different streamers and influencers to be lining their pockets. Add the crypto space to the equation, and a lucrative explosion may be just around the corner.
One project that is on the table would take on the task of bringing the best of both worlds together. This is via a recently launched app that allows users to share videos of their favorite blockchain and crypto projects. BULLZ, without a doubt, is the pioneer in this type of innovation. It is considered the first app used for video sharing and its beta version was released on both Android and iOS. It is reported that many of the top creators already have their registration well established.
BULLZ is a perfect fit as the app focuses on exactly what the name suggests, the “bullish” blockchain community. The platform, furthermore, has in its plans to introduce a new promotional monetization model to earn for the creator economy in crypto. Whoever decides to become a user of this innovative project will have the opportunity to find trending projects, discuss them with other experts and enthusiasts in the space, and be rewarded for sharing their own videos about the projects and companies they love. Through this model, users who recommend videos will be rewarded with the WOM Token, available in the application.
“We believe that BULLZ is the perfect opportunity for those projects to tap into genuine word of mouth – the most valuable form of marketing – allowing their communities to get rewarded for spreading the word about them,” said BULLZ founder and CEO Melanie Mohr.