New Ethereum-Backed Live Streaming Service Amid Outbreak

March 29, 2020 2:09 PM UTC

An exponential rise is seen in the demand graph of the video conference calling and live streaming services. As individuals are stuck at home due to the coronavirus outbreak, several organizations and institutions are exploring online opportunities to provide their services, like online classes, medical advisors and more. 

Pepo, a social media application powered by the Ethereum blockchain, has diversified its platform and added a new video conferencing feature called Zoom. Initially, the beta version is only accessible on the website, however, Pepo plans to introduce Zoom’s functionality on its mobile platform. The release date is currently unknown.

A boom in Live Streaming Services 

The integration of Pepo to Zoom shows a rise in demand for video conference calls. Currently, the live streaming feature is available for the Pepo admin community, though, individuals can engage and watch freely.

Users are also allowed to reward each other using the native token of the platform, the Pepo ERC-20 token.

The EFF, Electronic Frontier Foundation, has posted a warning that user’s information isn’t protected on Zoom. The platform admin can easily access consumer’s conversations on the audio, video calls and chat functions.

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