So StreamRift, as a project, has taken many forms over the last few years. As I have been working on this project, the market itself has changed a lot and I have learned a lot as well. I had to take a break from working on this for roughly the last year to attend to some personal matters, but most of that is either resolved or on it’s way to be resolved at this point. So what does that mean for StreamRift?
Starting around September 2020, we’ll be rolling out updates that will most notably include the ability for content creators to have more control over the content they produce. We’ll accomplish that by providing unique hosting solutions that will allow as much autonomy for content creators as they would like, without having to sacrifice on the ability to connect with their fans.
Additionally, StreamRift itself is going to transition from being largely a video hosting platform (previously we hosted around 30k videos with the most views a single video received being around 500k views), but to more of a technology program. We’re currently experimenting with newer technologies as they’ve been evolving, and most excited about working with the peertube project.
More updates coming next month!