YouTube Is Going To Discontinue YouTube Fan Funding

Today the Official YouTube Blog had a post called Can We Chat? Hello Super Chat!, and at the end of their post they announced that they will be discontinuing YouTube Fan Funding:

As we welcome a new tool for fans and creators, we bid farewell to an old one: Fan Funding.

We launched Fan Funding in 2014 to let viewers make voluntary payments to support creators directly.

While we were really excited about Fan Funding, it never achieved widespread usage outside of live streams, where we saw the majority of revenue.

Fan Funding will stop accepting new sign-ups today, but can continue to be used on enabled channels until February 28, when it will be discontinued.

Evasive Action

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The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called Evasive Action, and this is what it said:

What’s the most significant secret you’ve ever kept?

Did the truth ever come out?

And this is my response:

I recently said that I thought and I felt that the Daily Prompts were asking too many personal questions sometimes and now today’s Daily Prompt is even more personal, wow, really?

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At this rate future Daily Prompts might ask for our passwords, bank account numbers, birth certificates, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, usernames, licenses, national IDs, tax records, degrees, diplomas, passports, safe codes, safe words, et cetera. 😀

Also for almost a month or for a month now there has been a bug where the Daily Prompts do not show up in the WordPress.com Reader so you have to be following by email or manually to even know that a Daily Prompt is released each day, I reported this bug twice to the WordPress.com Staff and it was acknowledged as a bug and they said that they were working on it, but it still has not been fixed yet weeks later; and so it would be nice if they could fix this, and I would recommend that other people also report this to them too (WordPress.com Contact Page or help@wordpress.com) if you have noticed this same bug.

Anyway, my answers to this once again overly personal Daily Prompt is:

That is classified information, and even if it was not I would probably not answer this question.

No, and I plan on keeping it that way.

The end,

-John Jr

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