OCD Beneficiary Appreciation Post #15

in #curation7 months ago

With these posts OCD wants to support projects that are useful for the whole Steem ecosystem and at the same time add value to the overall user experience.

25% of this post rewards will go to one of the most useful data analysis websites of the Steemcosystem, where the average steemian can check stats, balances, post details, user transactions/votes and much much more: @Steemworld. We want to thank @steemchiller for continuosly developing, mantaining and improving the website that every Steemian should know of and start using.

25% of this post rewards will go to one of the most user friendly interfaces to browse the Steem Blockchain. Perfect for content discovery and personalization, @steempeak also allows posting with beneficiary rewards, which is exactly how we are posting this right now. Make sure to check out steempeak.com and start using it asap.

25% of this post rewards will go to @c-squared, a curation project that allows community contributed curation and has a team with some of the most dedicated curators on the Steem Blockchain. If a post is worthy, it's most likely that C-squared has already found it. We want to thank them for their continuous effort on finding amazing content every day.

25% of this post rewards will go to our developer @jga who has forked, altered and maintained the non-profit @ocdb distribution bot in almost a year, without him and his efforts one of the biggest accounts on Steem at this time may probably not exist. We want to thank him for being a prominent user of our platform and helping distribution of stake.

Feel free to vote on these posts as all of the post rewards will go towards these users/projects. Thanks for reading. :)

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We appreciate it!

@steemchiller, @jga, @steempeak, and @c-squared, thanks a lot for your work. It's much appreciated! You make our lives easier :)

Much love to you all! <3

I totally agree with these projects, about @steempeak and @c-squared I know them and I will try @Steemworld. Thanks to @jga!

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Thanks for the post.