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An interview with Mick Tsai, Co-Founder and CEO of Contentos, a decentralized global ecosystem for digital content.
Some of the topics we discuss include content creation rewards, the COS token as well as block producer mechanics.
- Find out more about Contentos on their website www.contentos.io - Follow Contentos on Twitter @contentosio
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