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RE: POB Token: Learning a new Hive Ecosystem

in Proof of Brain4 months ago

@azircon's stated goal with POB is to destroy @lucylin's POB rewards. It doesn't seem wise to support someone with those kind of intentions

I am not aware of such his goals or threads "to destroy". Nor have I ever upvoted or supported such "threats" in any form.
Or you can prove the opposite?

but you are supporting him with your upvotes.

I support and upvote facts and statements, which seem to me logical, valid and favoring the POB community, by helping to become it more transparent, more decentralized, and more fair for new and small members. Which possibly may help to disclose suspicious abuse, hidden selfishness, circle-jerking, dictatorship. Which plays in hand with general ideas and principals of dPOS.

Would you mind explaining that to me?

Does this means other POB stake holders from now on will have also to explain to tribe founders their intentions, why they have upvoted and supported certain, particular statements and/or authors ???
Or it's only me?

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Just for the record : I have no goal to destroy anything :)

Also for the record: Rewards are no one's until the 7-th day at payout. It belongs to the reward pool which is community pool. There is no question of 'taking' any rewards, where rewards are not anyones... This is LAW of DPOS. It can't be changed on this blockchain.

So simply...its impossible to 'take' anyone's rewards unless you hack an account, which is a crime.

These are facts, there are no alternative facts :)

So simple. But so hard ( impossible) to understand the basics ( for certain ppl)?

Yet again! So that I can communicate DPOS to you!!!

So simply...its impossible to 'take' anyone's rewards unless you hack an account, which is a crime.

Downvoted, because you keep repeating yourself, which is considered spam on Hive blockchain.

Let me repeat it one more time -

I support and upvote facts and statements, which seem to me logical, valid and favoring the POB community, by helping to become it more transparent, more decentralized, and more fair for new and small members. Which possibly may help to disclose suspicious abuse, hidden selfishness, circle-jerking, dictatorship. Which plays in hand with general ideas and principals of dPOS.

But in your eyes this is nothing but "malicious activity"
OK, got it. Thank you.


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