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RE: NEW Microblogging Platform is Launching Soon #HIVE

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I don't like Twitter and I don't use it. Now I'll have to see a bunch of one liner posts on Hive? 🤨

This will probably lead to a lot of spam post farming. 🤔

I'm sorry, but I'm not thrilled with this, not even a little bit... 😔

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The vast majority of content nowadays is short form. Downvotes were created to fight rewards disagreement. But to have people not post what they like in fear of it being considered spam that might get over rewarded will only serve to restrict Hive's growth. Let people post whatever they want, that’s the point, not everyone wants to read a long blog post.

Less important if the dbuzz ecoystem is built around its own tokens and those users focus upon the buzz rewards with Hive being secondary.

Until our project makes a considerable profit for an extended period of time, I will recommend against us issuing a token or SMT.

I am already happy w/us using the $HIVE token and I think there will be others like us who are interested in building solely on Hive without issuing their own token.

For certain projects, it only makes sense, and I think for us, building on HIVE without our own token, at least for the foreseeable future, makes sense.

Not being a great blogger drew me to Dlike, not too many people liked it and some front ends like Leo banned it. But I do agree that whatever brings more people is better.

A front end like LEO banning it is what is suppose to happen. Each tribe/application is individual and can choose what is shown. The Dlike posts were available both on chain (through Steemit and Steempeak) as well as through its own app.

Dbuzz might be blocked by many front ends too. That is fine. The Dbuzz users can access all that is posted through its interface and, I would believe, Hive.blog will post it.

It makes sense to me, It was pretty spammy.

Hopefully you'll have a better experience with us. I will personally be engaging on @dbuzz, not only to increase the engagement of others, but it will likely be my favorite Dapp since I like short form discussions 😀

Yeah, that's true @taskmaster4450, each front-end can choose how to form their site and can include or exclude any community or project that they like.

Having said that, we will try to be diplomatic and make it in the favor of the standard front-ends like Hive.Blog and @peakd to include us.

From a user experience perspective, I want people to be able to switch between our DAPP and others, in the same way that I often switch between Hive.Blog and @peakd.

Having options like that is a great experience!

  1. Our posts will be limited to our community, and will not be posted to people's blogs unless they Reblog it from a 2nd party front-end.

  2. We will also consult with the community about how to reduce and if possible, eliminate abuse.

  3. The Hive blockchain is for social Dapps, not just blogging apps like Wordpress.

It's possible to tinker with the "max accepted payout" field if you feel some people would try to farm.

That way, if someone wants to farm, they would have to ramp up posting, but that would be noticeable.

Ideally, if SMTs are already here, you'd just launch your own tokens and not worry about reward disagreement.

It's possible to tinker with the "max accepted payout" field if you feel some people would try to farm.

Yes, this is one of the ideas we have been considering.

I will contact @guiltyparties soon . . hopefully he'll entertain my request for recommendations.

I think there is a way to do so. Through downvotes. An over rewarded post can be downvoted

Yes, and I am actually interested in us consulting with curation groups like @ocdb and those that flag abuse like @hivewatchers, @spaminator and @guiltyparties to help us find the best solutions.

As a community, we can find a way for social media DAPPs like micro-blog services to thrive on the blockchain by adding value, NOT removing it!