Today we take a break from guild vote nominations to bring you another edition of the Steemvoter Week In Review newsletter. This is an opportunity to highlight winning SV Guild picks from the previous week. Now that post payouts happen at the end of a 7-day window, we feel it's fair to give our winners one more chance at getting some recognition before their payout periods close. These are truly wonderful diamonds in the rough that you won't want to miss!
In addition, we'll share any updates that the owners of Steemvoter care to pass along plus a Tip of the Week for getting the most out of the Steemvoter service. Without further ado, we present... drum roll please...
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Great to see, recent Steemit changes. Some of them you already saw and some of them you read from other user's post. One exciting change is in permission tab, now you can access to your private keys with QR code.
New version of eSteem will have support for you to easily login without typing your private key or password manually.
Open Wallet and Permission page on your profile. And
Show Private Key for Posting and for Active as well if you would like transfer and profile updates on app.
After you click on small QR icon you should be seeing following type of image. ( Note: don't share your private keys or QR image of it )
Next version of eSteem log
Few days ago, proposed technical improvements on SteemPoll project which community feedback and input was great. After further brainstorming the improvements, happy to present you more details. This is addition to SteemPoll technical improvement post.
Based on the 470 upvotes my previous post received and the rewards associated with them, this project seems to have broad-based support from minnows to whales.
Usage stats of steempoll.net as well as future potential of the vision is another factor that shows steempoll can help to grow Steem projects.
Turning steempoll.net into the consensus-facilitation infrastructure for Steem. Think dashcentral except built independently of Steemit Inc.
There are lots of great ideas, but keeping track of them and establishing reliable sources of funding is difficult using steemit.com alone. This is the problem @cryptoctopus
One of the comments accused me of spreading FUD over the upcoming hardfork. Hmm, someone's taking my animations a wee bit too seriously I think.
So for @noisy. This one is for you!!
And look, I am so supportive of the coming hardfork I have a special hard fork t-shirt!!
A lot has changed since I submitted my original witness application seven months ago. I thought it would be good to submit an updated witness application explaining why I believe I would make a good witness =)
Witnesses are the elected leaders of the community. They are ambassadors for the project, and many of them work on things to improve the value of the platform.
Witnesses are tasked with validating and producing the blocks for the blockchain, which ensures everything in the network operates smoothly and correctly. Every three seconds one of the witnesses assemble all of the transactions that have occurred (such as posts, comments, votes, STEEM/SBD transfers) into a
block and then they store all that information in the distributed database network called the
Witnesses are also responsible for maintaining an accurate and up-to-date price feed
Imagine a lottery system in reverse. Out of everyone who has signed up, one of them will be chosen at random to incur an enormous debt in the millions, while the rest will be rewarded with a few dollars. Similarly, what if insurance worked the other way around? Drivers are periodically granted a trivial amount of money until they're involved in a car accident, at which point they are compelled to pay double the amount of damages. In theory, with the right numbers, the net effect on wealth could balance out. Yet you don't see reverse lottery or backwards insurance businesses anywhere, because they are palpably an inefficient use of funds and just don't make any economic sense.
Part of the Steemit economic system has this very same problem.
Overall Steemit has an ingenious rewards system: it allows users to pass on rewards to others at no real cost to themselves. This is achievable because each user does not directly send their
About a week ago, I wrote a #growth-ideas post to know what people thought of a decentralized crowdfunding platform where the community decide which projects should get funded. You can read it here.
Yesterday @trafalgar outlined perfectly where the funds would come from in Fixing a Problem in the Economics of Steemit.
Then the amazing @good-karma came out with his Growth Proposals: Steempoll making it possible to have a decentralized consensus user interface for steemit.
I am super pumped by the idea. But...am I alone?
@trafalgar proposal goes
It’s not always easy for newcomers to get noticed and succeed. However, there are some things that you can do as a newcomer to help the rest of the community find you.
Face it, unless people can find your posts, they won’t upvote it. If nobody upvotes it, you won’t make anything off of it. At least part of the reason that new users join steemit is to try to earn something for your time and effort, and I’m here to help.
Just like steemit.com itself, I cannot offer you a guarantee or a promise. What steemit offers you is OPPORTUNITY. What I will offer is INSIGHT and ADVICE.
I cannot guarantee that following my advice will give you the results that you are looking for, but it should help you. Let’s start at the beginning.
First off, when you join I’d reco
다짜고짜 사진부터 올린다.
I start with a lot of pictures.
눈에 보이는 사진상 내용은 지금까지 내가 포스팅 해 온 글과
해당 글에 대한 보상액, 보팅받은 숫자 그리고 댓글 수이다.
The contents of the visible image are the text I have posted
The amount of compensation for the article, the number of votes received, and the number of comments.
빨간색으로 쉐이드 된 글은 보상액이 $10 이하의 글이고
초록색으로 쉐이드 된 글은 보상액이 $30 이상의 글들이다.
Red shaded posts are les
Hi, I'm @ned, CEO of Steemit. Ask me anything!
(I will begin answering at 4:30pm EST (in 30mins)!)
** EDIT ** IT IS AMAZING TO SEE SO MANY QUESTIONS! I'm working hard to get to yours! Thanks -- N
** EDIT #2 ** Thanks for your questions! They were awesome. I've got to take abreak now. I'll come back in a few hours to answer questions that have rolled in. Let's do more AMA's soon!
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Yes YouTube no longer allows me to play a video in the background while surfing other sites on my iPad! I researched the problem and couldn't come up with anything but I noticed that YouTube videos embedded into Steemit blogs worked fine. So here's a quick fix for that using your Steemit blog!
It's a weird work around but it does the trick!
I hope that you enjo
When I started writing in 1994 fear was still a very large part of the publishing industry. If a writer wanted to be a true success they were told to keep their ideas guarded. Every writer had their, “secret sauce” that they felt would make them a household name. Schools stressed the importance of copyrighting so no one claimed your ideas as their own. If you were poor, like I was, and hadn’t secured a publisher you were taught to mail your manuscript to yourself and leave the envelope unopened. This was referred to as a, “poor man’s copyright” because the postmark would prove when the work as written. The world has changed so much the fact that I even remember this makes me feel ancient.
As a result of this nonsense, paranoia wormed its way into my young and impressionable brain. It didn’t make me safer, in fact it did nothing but stifle the rate of my development. As my career slowly progressed, I learned the