Vabble, a leading blockchain streaming project, recently explained its true purpose.
The project noted that it has movies, cryptos, and even utility, but its real goal is to help people connect.
To achieve this, the project developed countless features that allow users to watch content together, comment, on it, and more.
The leading project in this area is Vabble, which aims to offer an interactive streaming experience and allow users from all over the world to join its platform and watch alternative films, documentaries, and series.
Ever since Ethereum pointed out the possibilities of the blockchain, countless projects have been emerging, trying to solve any problem in any industry that the developers could find and think of. So far, the entertainment industry has proven as one of the most interesting ones to correct, as it has quite a few issues to fix.
The leading project in this area is Vabble, which aims to offer an interactive streaming experience and allow users from all over the world to join its platform and watch alternative films, documentaries, and series. Vabble wishes to make all of this content available anywhere, anytime, with no censorship or geographical limitations.
However, the project’s recent announcement shows that it cares even more about establishing connections between people, which is something that the world truly requires in this day and age when isolation and social distancing have caused people all over the globe to spend less and less time together, as the global pandemic continues to rage throughout the world.
Vabble shares its real goal
As the new year kicked off, Vabble said that the project has everything it needs to succeed — movies, cryptocurrency, and even real utility. However, rather than pursuing any of those goals, Vabble wishes to be recognized as a project that is about making connections.
It aims to be a space where people connect, chat, and share fun times with friends and family, regardless of what borders or distance stands between them.
While the project has numerous features that make streaming on Vabble different from streaming on other platforms, a few of them clearly stand out. One of them is an invite-only co-watching experience, which allows users to start a private cinema of sorts, and only accept those who have an invitation to watch with them.
This clearly differs from using platforms such as Discord, Twitch, or YouTube for live streaming, where anyone can join. Instead, this can be a private showing where no one can just drop in unannounced and uninvited.
Not only that, but every piece of content on the platform will have its own independent chat, allowing people not only to watch the same content with their friends but also to comment on it. The chat was added with the idea of connecting like-minded people — those who were drawn in by the content, and who have something interesting to say about it.
Pushing this sense of watching together — despite being in different places — even further, Vabble also introduced so-called “Integrated takeaway providers.” This feature allows users to order their favorite takeaway for them, as well as their friends, and to do it right there, in their private viewing room.
And, since all of the content is exclusive, and it consists of stuff that cannot be found anywhere else, it makes sense to use Vabble for viewing it. The platform will curate the content, but it will not filter it to fit any political agenda. It will simply give users access to its content, and let them be the judges of its quality or nature.
So, those who decide that they liked a piece of the content will be able to provide tips, as well as recommend it to others. Bringing new users to the platform will be rewarded through a referral program, and it will help onboard the users’ friends and family, so really, everybody wins.