Blockchain says present in today’s fast news

PewDiePie will leave Blockchain for an agreement signed with Youtube
The Blockchain technology says present today in our quick news. Starting with the largest video platform, YouTube, which has signed a new agreement with one of the world’s largest influencers, PewDiePie.

PewDiePie, the independent video creator with the most subscribers on YouTube, now has to leave the Blockchain Dlive video platform to broadcast exclusively on YouTube.

YouTube officially announced the news, and PewDiePie said the deal was a „natural fit.

PewDiePie noted that the decision was driven by its 2020 live broadcast approach:

„YouTube has been my home for over a decade and the live streaming platform feels natural as I continue to look for new ways to create content and interact with fans around the world.

„The live broadcast is something I’m really focused on in 2020 and beyond, so being able to partner with YouTube and be at the forefront of new product features is special and exciting for the future.

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Blockchain test tracks Australian beef exports to China
Continuing with Blockchain news , , , , , Australia is also present among today’s guests. Since it was learned that the Australian cattle tracking platform, Aglive, has completed a pilot that monitors beef shipments to China.

The trial began in late January. I use Blockchain technology-based monitoring in conjunction with the Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities. This way, cattle can be tracked from Macka’s farm in regional NSW to a local slaughterhouse.

From there, the frozen meat products were tracked through the supply chain. As the meat was transported by interstate land transport to Queensland.

It was then shipped to Shanghai, ensuring that the products were stored safely throughout the transit. The products were then distributed to grocery stores in Shanghai.

Blockchain says present in today’s fast news
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