YouTube Names Web3-Friendly Executive Its New CEO

No Content AvailableKey Points :Neal Mohan has been appointed YouTube’s new CEO, replacing Susan Wojcicki who resigned last week. YouTube is owned and operated by Google.
Mohan was YouTube’s chief products officer before he became CEO. He oversaw the removal of the video dislike button and the launch of YouTube Music, YouTube Shorts, and Tik Tok.
Mohan said that NFTs might be a new way for creators to interact and generate income.
After Susan Wojcicki’s departure last week, YouTube’s new CEO has been named as Neal Mohan. Mohan is a Web3-friendly executive. YouTube is now owned by Google. Wojcicki announced her plans to start a new chapter that focuses on her family, health, independent work, and nine years of being in charge of YouTube. Mohan said that Wojcicki was responsible for the introduction of the revenue sharing model and for creating new income streams for creators. Mohan gave examples of how creators might tokenize their art, photos, and experiences.
Web3 also offers new opportunities for creators. We believe that new technologies such as blockchain and NFTs will allow creators to develop deeper relationships with their fans. He wrote that they would be able to work together on new projects and make more money in ways that were not possible before in a blog post posted on February 10, 2022.
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