There are a lot of exciting days ahead of us and a lot of crazy crazzzey days/years behind us. Without getting into everything what was and is happening, I just wanted to ask a few questions about HIVE, STEEM, and my wallet.
I do understand how airdrop will work but since I am not a guy who understands blockchain tech that much to know what can it bring in the future, I have some questions that will hopefully be answered by experienced honest Steemians (if you call yourself Steemian still) and that will help others who are confused like me :)
Should I keep my Steem powered up?
Should I make it liquid (Power down)?
Should I send my liquid Steem on some exchange to cash out (Which one)?
Should I buy Hive with my Steem?
Should I continue hodling Steem?
These are a few questions I want to be answered. They are kinda same but kinda not.
My view on this whole situation is to go where it will be (more) decentralized and where the community is.
I was in love with Steem until this happened and it shows in a way that I never powered down nor I never cashed out. I wanted to hodl and support the chain and the community by 'wasting' my time curating as it was more than my full-time job.
But now things are changed which doesn't mean I changed. I am still a hodler and a supporter and my intentions will remain the same. I just don't know what is the smartest move for me.
Can you help? :)
Yes i would like some people to reply as well. Information does seem to be thin on he ground
Being a Neanderthal and not understanding how much of any of this works, I have the exact same questions.
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Without getting too technical, I only know maybe 10 people on the steem blockchain that I give a hoot about, and now that the vigilante-censorship-blacklist-brigade has abandoned steem, I hope we can engage in a free-er exchange of ideas. I don't see any harm in continuing on as if nothing has happened.
If something causes steem to become intolerable for some reason, or if my 10 "friends" abandon me for "the hive" then maybe I'll check it out.
I'm not concerned about "the market value" of steem. I just want a place where I can interact freely with interesting people who have different points of view (and where I don't have to worry about getting censored by hypocrites).