In the last days of the New Year, a YouTuber who owns a channel of 2.27 million subs has officially sold his channel for 1.6 billion VND. On his personal page, this YouTuber shows off his achievements as follows:
When Tet comes spring, I fix the channel for 1.6 billion VND
Currently, I don’t do YouTube anymore, I want to go a better way, so I want to sell the channel to any friends or organizations that like to do YouTube.
– 279 Videos
– 353,807,429 Views
– 2,276,190 Sign Up
– There is a gray mark
– Strong interaction
– Monetization enabled
– Already have access to the net
If you or any organization wants to buy and develop the channel to continue to upgrade to the diamond button, please seriously send a message to contact me directly, thank you. However, when looking at the content that this channel has done for a long time, things are not as “dreamy” as many people think.
It is known that this YouTuber’s channel makes a lot of content for children or is aimed at young children.
According to Nguoi Lao Dong newspaper: “To protect children, YouTube has had a series of new regulations and strong moves against content creators on its platform. Accordingly, from January 1, 2020, YouTube will self-restrict some rights of channel owners with content related to children and types intended for young audiences to protect the safety of children. em when appearing in the video and when watching.
As such, if a YouTube channel or certain video has been confirmed as “made for kids”, some features will not work for both regular videos or livestreams, including: Ads personalization options; Comment; Channel membership; Channel’s brand watermark; Donate button; Info cards or end screens; Live chat or donate in live chat; Playback in miniature player; Save to playlist; YouTube Merchandise Shelves;… This regulation was enacted by YouTube in compliance with the US Federal Trade Commission and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) directive.
Therefore, channels related to young viewers, although possessing a large number of subs, are not fertile ground to “get rich” as many people think. Especially when many current YouTube channels in Vietnam have content and images related to young children, often of such quality that viewers and audiences can only shake their heads in disgust.