i learn about lens whacking then i try to unmodifie my lens (turn the front element back) in the dark while live music performing only to find out that r6 does not want to record with no lens :)

jokes a side. i kinda do all of that, not everything on daily bases but.
every few days i do send some sats to podcasters. i even got some (probably Brian testing the app)
i post, comment, like, read stuff every day.
i sometimes make an nft (i even sometimes sell some. rarely, usually when i somehow trick the clown or julia :) )

i was using tipping options regularly when photogames had an active season.

playing splinterlands every day.

and i am participating in distribution ("mining") of hive.


Awesome feedback! That gives a decent insight in to how versatile Hive is.

I want to get across in the video that Hive isn’t just a coin that sits in a wallet, and you speculate/buy/sell. That’s boring.
Hive has actual use. Use that grows AND entertains.

I think ultimately it’s an entertainment coin really. It’s a game.
It exists to be useful and communal.
People’s real experiences of using Hive daily indicate that it’s fills so many uses.

at the moment Hive is only blockchain that i use daily.
and you are right coin that only sits in your wallet is boring. there are some that i bought and i forgot that i did.