Streamer discovered that one page his Twitch

The Streamer Matthew Mizkif Rinaudo discovered that a page on the net sells his Twitch clips for up to $ 700. The site uses the technology NFT. Especially blatant: The site even sold clips of the deceased WoW streamer Reckful. Mizkif turned on his lawyer.

That was the surprise for Mizkif: The Twitch Streamer Mizkif learned about his chat: There is a page that sells NFT clips from him.

Mizkif was stunned and visited the page dulled. His first reaction was:

That’s money I could earn!

Mizkif, Twitch Streamer

Querrasch was Mizkif on 180, cursed again and again and hardly got when he saw the side promised the buyers: they could buy and collect a piece of twitch history here.

When he sought his own name on the side, he found NFT clips that went away for up to $ 700. This corresponds to about 590 €.

NFT (non-Fungible token) is a technique that features digital contents as individual pieces. This makes a Twitch clip that can actually be copied to a limited collector’s piece that can be sold or traded.

MITZKIF: The Twitch Streamer responded to contact with the operator of the page and was rapidly in a conversation about direct news. From the operator of the side it was said, one had only listed clips of streamers who would have allowed this.

But Mizkif said he never allowed anything. In addition, on the side, clips of the deceased WoW streamer Reckful would be sold. Mizkif said he really would like to know how Reckful that – after his death – allowed (via Twitch).

Now the operator of the site said: He bought clips themselves and sending the streamers to the crypto currency Etherium. He wanted to bring the site so obviously to start.

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Lawyer admonishes side operators: What you do here is not in okay

Mizkif now added more Streamer and his lawyer.

The lawyer made it clear to the side operator that he is wrong and not just selling twitch clips of others. Even if he pronounces the magic formula NFT:

Hello, I am the lawyer of Mizkif and others. And I was also the lawyer of Byron [meant is Reckful]. I am at NFT deep in the topic in it and just as low in the topic Copyright. Everything you say is not true. There are hundreds of copyright. NFTs have changed how technology works, but they have not changed the principles of copyright.

What you do here is absolutely not alright.

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Side operator closes project, says: He just wanted to help streamers

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That’s how it went out: One has agreed with the operator now that he takes the site from the network first and lays the project on ice.

On Twitter apologizes the owner of the page: you wanted to experiment with it to create new ways to donate money to streamer, but had shot past the destination.

As that goes much more professional, another twitch streamer shows:

Twitch Banned Streamer – She sells the fans now NFT clips for the 300 €

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