New Masternode democratizes access and ownership of the Decentralized Web
LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 15, 2021 / POP Network, a new blockchain-powered protocol for storing and streaming media on the decentralized web, has announced the launch of its incentivized mainnet scheduled for October 20, 2021.
As the POP Network Masternode elevates from Ropsten testnet to Ethereum mainnet, anyone can easily earn cryptocurrency by adding their excess hard drive space and bandwidth to the network without the need for complicated software or expensive hardware. This major milestone is the next step towards the project’s goal of helping Creators and their Communities capture the value they generate on the Internet as it evolves into Web 3.0.
“The Creator Economy is growing more rapidly than ever before, but there is still a long way to go until the world is equitable. Pushing to mainnet is a huge step forward in realizing our mission to build a transparent and sustainable Creator Economy,” said Valerian Bennett, Managing Director of The Pop Network Foundation.
Mr. Bennett added, “POP Network will revolutionize the way Creators earn money while bringing Communities closer to the people they love. This next phase of development is a watershed event for us and our partners in the ecosystem.”
The POP Network Masternode makes streaming on the decentralized web easy, accessible, and intuitive and is available on Mac, PC, and Linux. It is compatible with WalletConnect, an open source protocol for connecting decentralized applications (dApps) to cryptocurrency wallets.
About POP Network
POP Network is a decentralized media platform helping Creators and their Communities earn more money by streaming on a platform they actually own. Core components include decentralized peer-to-peer content distribution, an ultra-fast scalable blockchain, and artificial intelligence to defend the network from harmful content.
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