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DLive StayAtHome 2 million Lemon giveaway: How to take part

Published: 2/Apr/2020 16:55 Updated: 6/Apr/2020 11:19

by Calum Patterson

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Livestreaming platform DLive are doing their bit to help out during the unprecedented global situation, by offering users cashback on paid subscriptions, and matching that cashback in donations.

The campaign runs from April 2 to April 30, as users will be offered 30% cashback and DLive will be matching up to $1 million Lemon worth in US dollars over that period.

The money will then be donated to various charities fighting the difficult situation affecting everyone’s daily lives. 

Additionally, Justin Sun, founder of TRON Foundation and the CEO of BitTorrent, will be streaming on DLive to support up to 100 random creators with a Ninjaghini donation, with a total donation up to 100,000 Lemon.

With many parts of the world now under lockdown, there’s no better time to stay in and watch livestreams, and DLive is making it even more rewarding.

You can see full details of the StayAtHome campaign here.

How to participate in 2 Million Lemon giveaway

  1. Retweet this Tweet
  2. Subscribe to any streamer on DLive from April 2-30, and rewards will automatically be credited to your account until 1 million Lemon have been given away.
  3. For streamers, to participate in the Ninjaghini Support Creators stream, simply go live during the broadcast. The time of the stream will be announced soon.

For those unfamiliar, Lemon is a token on the Lino Blockchain, that can be transacted within DLive at a value of $0.012 USD. Users can give Lemon to streamers through donations or subscriptions.

DLive itself doesn’t take any cut from streamers. 90.1% goes to the content creator, while 9.9% goes to a pool that rewards people with LINO Stake for their contributions to the network on a daily basis.

Entertainment

Jake Paul announces official date for next fight

Published: 20/Jan/2021 21:08 Updated: 20/Jan/2021 21:14

by Virginia Glaze

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YouTube star-turned-pro boxer Jake Paul has officially revealed that he’s taking on another fight, as announced in a “huge” broadcast on January 20 — and he wants his fellow content creators on the undercard.

Yesterday, Jake Paul revealed in a tweet that he had a big announcement coming up for his fans, which would be broadcasted officially via Triller.

The day is finally here, and Paul has disclosed that he’s already set for an upcoming bout, and even gave his fans an official date for the fight.

Who is Jake Paul fighting next?

Unfortunately, the YouTuber didn’t drop any names, leaving many in the dark as to who he could be facing off against.

However, Paul has made a wealth of enemies in professional fighting circles since his 2nd round KO over Nate Robinson in November of last year, including the likes of MMA artists Dillon Danis, Ben Askren, and even Conor McGregor.

In fact, Askren accepted Paul’s challenge when the YouTuber called him out via social media, although things have been especially quiet on that forefront for some time afterwards.

Thus far, there’s no telling who Paul will fight next, although many fans are anxious for him to take on a professional fighter in wake of his multiple victories over celebs and fellow influencers.

When is Jake Paul’s next fight?

Jake Paul will be throwing down in the boxing ring again on April 10, 2021 — a little under three months away.

This fight will come just two months after Logan Paul’s upcoming exhibition against Floyd Mayweather, already proving 2021 to be a fairly busy month for the brothers.

As for the event itself, Jake was keen to have other influencers on the undercard. Many fans have expressed hopes for Slim and Deji to make an appearance — two YouTubers who have already fought in live streamed boxing matches, previously.

That’s not all; Paul also teased that rapper Snoop Dogg will be making an appearance on the mic, making this a truly star-studded affair.

Where to watch Jake Paul’s next fight?

The fight appears to be available to watch via Triller, exclusively, so make sure to set up your account if you want to tune into the action.

Paul is hoping to create the “biggest pay-per-view ever” — but with no opponent yet announced, there’s no telling if his dream will come true in a few month’s time.