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RE: Image Server Cluster development and maintenance

in #blocktrades3 months ago

I am no techie, but what about using a decentralized cloud storage for this?

For example SIA?

some takeaways from what they offer:

Completely Private

Sia encrypts and distributes your files across a decentralized network. You control your private encryption keys and you own your data. No outside company or third party can access or control your files, unlike traditional cloud storage providers.

Far More Affordable

On average, Sia's decentralized cloud storage costs 90% less than incumbent cloud storage providers. Storing 1TB of files on Sia costs about $1-2 per month, compared with $23 on Amazon S3.

Highly Redundant

Sia distributes and stores redundant file segments on nodes across the globe, eliminating any single point of failure and ensuring uptime that rivals traditional cloud storage providers.

Open Source

Sia’s software is completely open source, with contributions from leading software engineers and a thriving community of developers building innovative applications on the Sia API.


It's our plan to look at possibilities of decentralized storage at some point, including potentially using one that involves a blockchain. But at this point, storage isn't looking to be the highest maintenance cost, so we'll be focusing on the frontend first.

No, you're focused on syphoning back the stolen funds which are in the @steem.dao account


I think you need to calm down with these types of unfounded allegations.

Just a piece of advice I would give to anyone out there making any such allegations in public.

I think you need to calm down on defending the whales. Especially when you are uninformed. It might make you look like an accomplice when the truth gets out to the real public (i.e. not the steem/hive echo chamber)

Mate, I'll leave the grass stains on ones knees to those who like that kind of stuff.

As for being realistic about things, Hive is not Steem.

That is what it all boils down to.

What is on Steem has nothing to do with Hive since the fork.

Even if many would love to keep rattling that saga and gain attention with it, for whatever reasons.

As for the advice, it is good advice, with good intentions.

At the end of the day, we are all responsible for what we say and do.

I've been a witness of what happened. I've been here since the start, and even believed in it and built around steem (see @dtube). I was in the SteemIt slack, and I've seen how the witnesses behave, how they will act a certain way in public, but a totally opposite way in private. I've seen the size of their egos, that unlike me they manage to hide when talking in public. I've been offered back-room deals

I'm not saying Ned Scott or Justin Sun are great people, they are proven not to be. I'm not saying Steem is better than Hive or trying to compare them. They still both originate from this same story, saying that they are totally different would be oblivious to the fact that they share 42 million blocks and data in common. Hive still has the witnesses who mined these common blocks. Hive is the real Steem, Steem is the network where the governance was taken over. That's the way I see it.

What I care about, is identifiable individuals running their scams in public. Those are the people I attack recently, because I want the scam to stop and I have sadly no other ways to combat them.

Now if you don't believe the 'stolen' word in my original comment, how do you explain that on steem there is only 350K SBD in the @steem.dao, despite having 0 funded projects. While it has 500K HBD on Hive? Do you know where the extra money comes from? It comes from the SBDs/HBDs of the 'blacklisted' accounts during the Hive fork. That means the Koreans SBDs, the SteemIt SBDs, etc. And @blocktrades, as well as @justineh and others are currently earning HBDs coming from these funds. Is it not technically 'stolen' ?


Is it not technically 'stolen' ?

It's literally not "stolen" because we created a new blockchain, with a new token, and got new listings. No one owned anything before Hive existed and they sure are hell weren't "entitled" to it.

If the tokens that weren't airdropped are "stolen" then the SteemIt stake you used for years was "stolen" from the community. Regardless of if SteemIt delegated it or not, it was "stolen" according to your definition.

It's not a new blockchain, it's using the exact same tech (graphene), and continues Steem after 42M. It's a fork that is ran by the same witnesses than the 3.5 years before on Steem. Hive is worth more and most of the community migrated, we can consider Hive as the winning fork, and the 'real' Steem. Changing the name and the logo doesn't make it new, it's just a rebanding.

And the real owner of these tokens was SteemIt inc.

And YOU ARE NOT the community so stop saying 'the community'. You don't talk for everyone, you're just a piece of shit developer who found a way to get money by doing nothing for the next year (until price crashes so much even your 10% SPS + witness node won't be able to pay your rent)

because they can't pretend that it costs 63K$ if they do that ... and thus will not be able to legitimate syphoning money from the SPS/DAO