PRESS RELEASE. Media firms should often be open source and controlled by stakeholders like consumers, artists, and their intermediaries. Decentralized Media’s (DeMe) goal is to build open-source platforms that allow individuals to gain ownership over their data and the media projects that are sponsored and eventually consumed.
To that end, Flickto is a solution to the problems produced by today’s media landscape which regularly involve squandered funds, failure to create films and other kinds of Media for the public, and enable big money to dictate the media we consume. ISPO (Initial Stake Pool Offering) Remastered has thus been released and will readily assist Flickto in achieving its goal by staking for real change in this industry.
Why stake with Flickto?
ISPO Remastered empowers anybody to generate passive income streams from films, TV shows, non-fungible tokens, digital media, as well as the written word. Flickto is a Cardano (ADA) project with a clear purpose: to create a DeMe sector in which artists are treated as being on par with the big names in Hollywood.
Flickto has already raised two successful IDO rounds using Cardano’s revolutionary stake pooling techniques and their enthusiastic community, and their ISPO Remastered has now reached over 13 million ADA staked as well.
Moreover, the team is reverse-engineering the media process by generating internal resources for the sector’s most expensive and uneven elements. Sales, acquisitions, and marketing may gobble up to a quarter of a creator’s intellectual property and future income. To address this issue, Flickto is working with industry experts such as Bazooka Bunny to create these skills internally and lower the hurdles that artists experience in attaining sustainability and profitability.
ISPO Remastered, therefore, provides a chance to participate in this project with a first-mover advantage as well as the network impact. FLICK makes it possible for individuals to receive monthly royalty payments from income sources and media projects.
Partnerships, achievements and future goals
Flickto has partnered up with the aforementioned production company Bazooka Bunny and MuesliSwap, which allows those who stake MILK tokens to receive FLICK tokens. The Flickto team has hit all of their roadmap goals regarding past accomplishments and future objectives, and the first round of submissions is also closed. Additionally, the voting platform shall be ready by the first quarter of this year and has already been shown to the community. The whole platform shall thus be completed in 2022, with Flickto remaining dedicated to being the first-movers and pioneers of the decentralized media industry.
Furthermore, Cardano’s creative collaborations will be revealed soon, and Flickto will also finance Cardano’s ecosystem and community storytelling. More films and various media projects shall be announced in partnership with Flickto’s partners. The team will even begin offering tech and blockchain-related consultation services to charities, NGOs, and numerous other mission-driven organizations to expand the influence of Cardano’s burgeoning technology. Providing marketing and production assistance to media initiatives and organizations attempting to achieve their mission is also a priority for Flickto.
Flickto is a Cardano-powered media project incubator that is on a mission to disrupt existing content funding patterns by empowering all types of content producers.
Essentially, Flickto wants to establish a community atmosphere for these creators and those who support them, where they can connect, share ideas, and routinely help one another. For more information and regular updates, visit the official website and Twitter and Telegram channels.
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