Creatokia: Blockchain for Publishers


Creatoken – The Key to Creatokia

Season 2, Ep. 2

Now that Creatokia is live, the most important question is: How do you get access to the world of digital originals? In today's episode, John Ruhrmann and Videl Bar-Kar introduce you to the Creatoken drop and tell you everything you need to know about the Key to Creatokia: Which and how many tokens are available, what stories they tell and what benefits you get as Creatoken owner. They also explain how you can buy your own Creatoken – and you will find out: It's not complicated at all.


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