Are you happy to know that Ned has sold Steem Inc. to Tron?

in dpoll •  last month 

Are you happy to know that Ned has sold Steem Inc. to Tron?



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Greetings Steemians!

Ned Scot aka @ned has officially announced that he had sold steemit to Justin Sun, founder of TRON blockchain. Link

It was done on Valentine's day. So, it was a legal marriage of Steem and Tron. Are you happy with it?


  • Yes.

  • No.

  • Indifferent.

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It's not like he was working very hard for the platform,and we lost something..

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  ·  last month (edited)

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If Current steemit users or developers nothing lose anything

  ·  last month (edited)

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Nowadays I (and many other people) do not use Steemit. Steemit is a failure. By selling Steemit, Ned is done what is right and what was necessary/needed to do. If I was Ned, then I would have also sold it. But I am not happy, neither unhappy. However Steemit should have been better from the start. But the main problem is not technical, but social. The behavior of the most of the users. Most of the users focus only on their own blog posts, but they do not care about other people's blog posts. They are selfish and greedy. This led to thousands of disappointed users, who left (and still leaving) the platform.

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