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RE: How To Push Hive To $10

in LeoFinance2 months ago

You hit the nail on the head.

We have to make it like a party. When we see a rocking party, we want to go inside.

With hive, we need to get people seeing it as a place to be. Engagement is how we do it. The keyboard is our friend and putting up a lot of comments is not only productive, but also fun.

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We have to make it like a party. When we see a rocking party, we want to go inside.

We have the place, we just need to get rocking so we can send the invites.

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You have a party with interesting people - and the interesting people get attacked for being interesting...
Positive feedback loops only reward boring circle jerking, and sycophantic behavior - not dynamism and being different.

I bet that the majority of the people wouldn't attack the "interesting" people. I think it's a minority of people that would, but they might have enough power to do some serious damage, and that is very unfortunate.

It's unfortunate, but it's up to the users to set a new standard.

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'Majorities of people' is irrelevant.
When one user can obliterate the upvotes of thousand users, it's stake size that matters.

Throw in some alt accounts and you have a tight grip on the entire ecosystem.
Nothing has changed.

as you quoted my line in your other reply...."TPTB have NO incentive to change"
(stupid people and large stake size is a recipe for disaster in terms of the platform and it's longevity/success)

I hear what you say and I've actually been there too, but I'm trying to remain positive. I love the concept and the opportunity to much to give up on my hopes and dreams of this place becoming a life-changing thing for people.

That being said, I still agree with many of the things you say. That's why a good token distribution is vital for growth, and LeoFinance, in my opinion, has been able to put up good results in terms of distribution.

Hopefully, with time, many of the largest stakeholders will give up and dump their tokens. That's probably what's best for Hive in the long haul.

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Hopefully, with time, many of the largest stakeholders will give up and dump their tokens. That's probably what's best for Hive in the long haul.

Hopium is not a strategy.

....and sometimes, being negative can be the most positive thing that you can do...

In this positive feedback loop that is hive - negative feedback can be the most positive thing that you can do for the ecosystem - in my opinion.

Very true, but I'm literally my own worst enemy when- or if my motivation and positivity dries off. So to remain positive is without a doubt the best thing for me. No matter how many hits I take, I try to turn the other cheek.

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That's fair enough, matey - I understand where you're coming from.

For whatever reasons (and I know most of them), I'm motivated by changing BS.
For me, being 'negative' is not negative - it's calling out the BS (no matter how it looks to others).

I'm one of the most positive and optimistic of people that I know ,honestly!.
After four years on here, and calling it out against 'the cult' you'd bloody well have to be, of a positive mindset! lol

Haha yeah, I hear you.. I just looked at your recent post... That seems interesting. I'll have to take some time and read through all of that. Looks like a lot of value within the comment section!

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I believe comments are the way. Imagine if YouTube or Bitchute stars used HIVE as an Exclusive club for comments. The economics of that alone should have some developer out there figuring out a way to port APIs or Java Script some popup solution to go out there and economicaly organize their comment stream.

HIVE!Regards

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