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Channel points are a digital currency?

  • 1. Juni 2020 at 14:14

Have you ever heard of Twitch? And how about his channel points? No? Well, we’ll tell you a little bit about that today.

What’s Twitch?
For those who don’t know it or have heard about it but not in depth, Twitch is known to be a platform where people come together daily live to chat, interact and generally be entertained.

It is operated by Twitch Interactive, a subsidiary of Amazon, where live video games are broadcast, including eSports contests, as well as music and creative content.

It is a platform that, over the years, has managed to acquire a significant user base.

In fact, by 2015, Twitch already had over 1.5 million content creators and 100 million viewers per month. Impressive?

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Channel points

Twitch channel points is a program that allows streamers to reward members of their community with certain advantages.

In this sense, streamers can customize channel points that include integrated and automatic rewards.

The goal of Twitch channel points is to recognize and support the community in which you participate. According to their website, the purpose is to allow the community to become involved in the creation of content.

As a content creator, channel points are enabled on your channel and viewers can start getting them immediately. You can customize your points program to change the name, modify the Corona Millionaire Scam / Bitcoin Formula Scam / Bitcoin Era Scam / Crypto Cash Scam / Bitcoin Capital Scam, and even add custom rewards.

Just as Twitch content creators can customize the rewards, they can also choose recommended costs and these can be adjusted according to audience size.

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How to earn and use channel points?
Channel points are periodically earned on Twitch through community participation, i.e. watching channels, following them and participating in raids.

Now, once you have obtained the channel points you can use them to obtain the rewards that the streamer has enabled or added.

Therefore, the channel points needed to obtain certain rewards will depend on the criteria of the content creator.