TikTok now allows you to directly tip artists

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Short-form video platform launches ‘Creator Next’, which includes its first direct-tipping function

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TikTok has unveiled a range of new tools that will enable artists and creators to monetize their content.

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‘Producer Next’ There’s a new toolset that introduces the platform’s first tipping function, allowing artists to receive tips directly from followers, while keeping the full amount sent to them.

To receive payments, creators will need to sign up to Stripe – an Irish-American financial company – through which they will be able to manage their income in a simple dashboard.


‘Creator Next’ also includes a brand new function called ‘Video Gifts’ – which allows creators to receive suggestions based on engagement with their non-live videos – and the existing ‘Live Gifts’ tool, which Works the same way for streams. ,

To be eligible for ‘Creator Next’, creators must be 18 years of age or older, meet minimum follower requirements (which may vary by region), have at least 1,000 videos in the last 30 days There are views, and at least three posts in the last 30 days. 30 days.

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The new toolset also includes: ‘Tiktok Creator Marketplace’, an official hub for collaboration of brands and creators – and the already launched ‘Creators Fund’, which pays TikTok creators for their content depending on a variety of factors.

Since the global shutdown at the hands of the coronavirus pandemic, virtual tipping has become a great source of income for artists and content creators, offered on platforms such as Spotify, SoundCloud, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Encore Musicians.

‘Creator Next’ came a few months after TikTok hit the one billion user mark at the end of September. Several high-profile artists have joined the stage in recent months, including U2, Led Zeppelin, ABBA and Taylor Swift.


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