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RE: Solving the Scalability Issue for Account Creation - no more HP delegations required

in #hiveonboard11 months ago

This is massive. It was one of the biggest drawbacks when crypto went viral a couple of years ago and there was a huge delay on getting an account. That and the 7 day window which we can now bypass with tipping. A great result and well done.

A couple of questions.

  1. What is the process for getting people to sign up using this system.
  2. How does this bypass needing rc for using the account.
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It doesn't bypass the needing of RC or vests to use the newly created accounts as far as I understand.

It bypasses the need of vested sp to hiveonboard's account to get the account creation tokens. A large holder of account creation tokens or vests is giving these for use instead

It doesn't bypass the needing of RC or vests to use the newly created accounts as far as I understand.

Yes, you understood it right - I have wrote up my thoughts on this right here:
https://peakd.com/hiveonboard/@roomservice/re-borislavzlatanov-qad2ix

What is the process for getting people to sign up using this system.

That's up to the HIVE community to explore. A bunch of people are making noise on twitter for example. I have created a proposal for a BRAVE ad campaign for HIVE (Link). In the unlikely case it gets funded, ads for HIVE would send people to this service in order to hopefully not waste the payed lead.

Another quick sneak peak on what I have planned for this service:
What about refer a friend feature? Just send a quick link like https://hiveonboard.com?ref=niallon11 to a buddy who is signing up and shares a small amount of his post rewards with you - automatically of course.

That's something I wanna explore with front end builder here on HIVE anytime soon.

How does this bypass needing rc for using the account.

It doesn't bypass it at all. Starter accounts without delegation can do some basic stuff and even put a few first posts. Hopefully those people really like what they see and get invested into HIVE. That's what many people here like to see.

There is a plan to present 3rd party delegation services and exchanges after account creation is done. That's on the roadmap.

Another quick sneak peak on what I have planned for this service:
What about refer a friend feature? Just send a quick link like https://hiveonboard.com?ref=niallon11 to a buddy who is signing up and shares a small amount of his post rewards with you - automatically of course.

YES YES YES! Friend referral is A WINNING IDEA!

this, @roomservice talk to @asgarth / @peakd maybe, they're planning something similar I think

Now to layer your refferal idea ontop of this, winning

yep, exactly!

Oh you're gonna like it :D

I will personally help to make sure this referral idea is supported. It's something i have been wanting for FOUR YEARS.

Talk to @fav as he was wanting this referral feature...too

it's @ash here ;) I own @fav too, but don't use it.

hahahahah, i got it mixed up with Twitter!

Minimum ad spend for Brave seemed a bit steep for commmunity projects. Maybe we can start somewhere else.

Adding referral program to hiveonboard sounds like an exciting idea. I will definitely do my part to direct traffic to this new account creation service.

What about refer a friend feature? Just send a quick link like https://hiveonboard.com?ref=niallon11 to a buddy who is signing up and shares a small amount of his post rewards with you - automatically of course.

that's cool, but I would go even further. see how https://hiveinvite.com/public.html does it, but maybe with a better interface.

for example:

I want to give accounts out, but in return I want the user to follow me on twitter, and send me a little messsage (automatically). That way I could check them out, see if they're a bot, and then accept the account request.

Could be setup like gleam giveaways, example: https://gleam.io/6t3i8/10-hive-giveaway

does this make sense?

Edit: I want to use my own RC for this, and help people that need it to avoid SMS or other soft-kyc verification methods