It Is Time For Unity And Coming Together

in hive-100421 •  6 months ago  (edited)

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We do not know what is going to happen. There is uncertainty at the moment, In the end, things might be a lot better.

However, in the meantime, I think it gives us a chance to unify behind Steem; to determine who is dedicated to Steem and who isnt.


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Thank you very much for giving us the opportunity to pay you guys back in return thanks to your GREAT LESSON that led the whole community into the chaos by your so-called “good-intensions”

“show of force”, I like that line.

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Nice video. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
I agree that Justin is after the community/people who are steeming instead of the frontend/stakes. I am also optimistic about what he will do.

And you are totally right about getting rid of Ned at least being positive for steems further development.

Let’s see how this will play out.

It is the proverbial low bar set by Ned.

If Justin even cares about Steem a smidgen, he will most likely put us further ahead of where things were with Ned.

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Yeah, really time for understanding within the steem community and nothing else. We all must know what we want and we must voice that. On no reason should we be left at the mercy of one person.

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How much do you think Justin Sun paid for Steemit, Inc? Did he pay more for it than his lunch with Warren Buffet? 75 million SP at 20 cents a piece equals 15 million dollars. The steemit.com domain name was worth something, too. He may have got everything at a discount. I'm guessing paid something between 5 and 10 million dollars for the company.

But the real mystery is why Ned sold out now. SMTs will be out soon. Communities will be out soon, too. STEEM seems to have bottomed out and an alt season would most likely take it above one dollar in a year or so anyway.

I understand Ned wanted out. If I had stock in a start up I wasn't enthusiastic about developing that was worth millions of dollars, I would be looking for a buyer, too. But why now? Was Justin Sun simply the first one to offer serious money for Steemit, Inc?

boycott steemit.com use any other front end to post, just do not use steemit.com

Why

That is what Justin bought. Steemit.com was owned by Steemit Inc.

Steempeak, for one, is not and is loyal to Steem.

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But Justin will make us rich :)

he won't, he doesn't care about any of us. We can make ourselves rich without Justin or Ned. You just want the easy way. We want the Self Sustainable way. Have fun becoming a Tronian or whatever they call themselves.

BRO!!, Justin loves us! He's such a beauty, he will take care of us :) 🤗🤣

this is the time to know those who are truly dedicated to the steem platform....i agree with you @taskmaster4450

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you are point,the unity can help us overcome any challenges on the steem blockchain...