Steemit launched communities
Steemit launched communities
Steemit launched communities

By bitcoindelight | bitcoindelight | 21 Feb 2020

I have been to steemit only sporadically in the last few weeks. It seems they try to get more structure into their platform. I doubt that the introduction of communities will make any difference as the whole reward system won't be touched at all. So only changes on the outside, not the inside. I will publish an article soon why I quit publishing on steemit. 

"We are excited to announce the official release of Communities on!

With this release transforms from a decentralized blogging platform, to a decentralized communities platform similar to, and finally delivers on its original promise as stated in the Steem Whitepaper:

Collectively, user-generated content has created billions of dollars worth of value for the shareholders of social media companies, such as Reddit, Facebook, and Twitter. In 2014, Reddit hypothesized that its platform would be improved if everyone who contributed to by posting stories, adding comments or voting were rewarded with a fair share in Reddit, Inc. Steem aims to support social media and online communities by returning much of its value to the people who provide valuable contributions by rewarding them with cryptocurrency, and through this process create a currency that is able to reach a broad market, including people who have yet to participate in any cryptocurrency economy.

Steem is capable of handling a larger user base than Reddit. In 2015 Reddit’s 8.7 million users generated an average of 23 comments per second, with an average of 83 comments per year per user. There were 73 million top-level posts, for an average of 2 new posts per second. There were about 7 billion upvotes creating an average voting rate of 220 votes per second. All told, if Reddit were operating on a blockchain it would require an average of 250 transactions per second.

Steem has now proven that it can handle orders of magnitude more transactions than necessary to support an application like Reddit, and thanks to innovations like Hivemind and MIRA, it can do so without hitting scalability bottlenecks. Also thanks to Hivemind, users can expect the Communities features to rapidly improve over time because we no longer need update the blockchain itself in order to improve and other Steem-powered applications." (





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