Moving to hive

in palnet •  3 years ago  (Edited)

Fuck you Justin, we're moving to Hive.

Fuck Justin Sun

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I honestly don't believe in curation let alone "honest curation". This entire shitshow whales downvoting calling out bid-bots and tribe bots calling out honest curation on itself is just another way for them to maximize their own ROI. (just look at the numbers and you'll see how their ROI has skyrocketed after HF21)

The way it works in my view is that the platform allows you to find a select group of likeminded people you relate to and can reall connect with or ones where the content actually something that you dig. (In a way like youtube where quality has to be high). And you pretty much support those. Imagine steem being just a proof of stake algorithm. You stake coins and get part of the reward pool passively by default (while part of it goes to the SPS). You can use the upvote button which directly tips people from your wallet (buring 1 or 2% of the upvote just to avoid manipulation). This from how I see it right now would be a far greater model as it would kill the entire post2mine / upvote4upvote facade while give more reasons to really connect to people and form communities while the average post quality would skyrocket. It would also give more reasons to actually buy and power up Steem. The platfrom itself works pretty well and games like steemmonsters along with voting rights and the resource credit system would give steem value.

You know I totally agree with you. Even before the Hardfork went live I could see how it would just make whales richer. There were a couple of witnesses who saw that but the majority obviously decided to support it. I wish on the proposal program went through rather than this new curve we have.

Knowing people is truly the only way to grow your SP on Steem, at least consistently.

Your idea sounds great but where will the value of the blockchain come from? You can tip but if you don't you are still earning. There is no incentive for people to use the coin other than just holding it. The idea needs to be polished a bit, I think.

Btw I want to buy a bunch of DEC by the end of the month to load up in the guild to help it grow faster. I will invest some 30k DEC with real money because I am struggling to get time to play at the moment as much as I used to.

will the value of the blockchain come from?

Applications like Steemmonsters need to have lots of SP in order to get their application to run on Steem. The idea that people have to buy steem and power it up before being able to use an app is something that is unlikely to scale very well. Right now people who buy SP don't do it for others to get rich off it but for themselves to benefit from it. The way to do so right now is pretty much with an entire facade which is the 'social media blogging platfrom'. While it can be used in a proper way, the system simply doesn't incentivize this. Otherwise, there would be no difference between current system with the reward pool upvotes and a system where upvotes more directly come from people's pockets.

I see what you mean. Even though that will probably boost up the value in the short term, in the long term having to buy lots of steem to run an application is not feasible. It basically locks out small holders from innovating.

At the moment I figure you are better concentrating on communities and steemonsters and buying rather than earning steem.

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