KNITRIAS PROJECT: Week 03 (Community)
The Knitrias Project Community
In recent days the @SteemitBlog launched an initiative calling for community leaders to present applications to receive support for their communities. This initiative takes part in a structural plan known as PoD (Proof of Dedication), in which have been set certain roles in the community of Steem to perform different tasks in order to help on the development of the users and projects working on the platform. These roles include community curators, country curators, steem greeters, social promoters and community leaders. In this post the program is explained in more detail: Introducing the STEEM POD Project.
The Knitrias Project has presented its application to receive this support and fulfil an important part of the Roadmap which give birth to this project, the creation of a community as a place to share the work of the Members and all the activities created for them and by them. The application has been accepted to receive support. The @Knitrias account will receive a first delegation of 1000 SP which could reach up to 5000 SP depending on the development of the Project and its Members. The next step for the Project will be create in the next days the Knitrias Project Community in Steem.
|Application to participate in the initiative "Delegations for Community Leaders" by the Steemit Team|
This represents one big step in the progress of the Roadmap and it's thanks to the great work the Members of this Project have been doing in these weeks on their content creation, interactions and communication between Members and administrator. This a great satisfaction and at the same time an incentive to keep with the good work on the group. It will be important to continue the efforts to participate on the activities and strategies of the project and reach its goals.
As some members of the group are new users it's very important to learn the functions of the wallet in order to participate in the growing strategies of the Project. As you will see in the weekly statistics, some Members have not claimed rewards in these two weeks. The following information is fundamental for each one.
Steem has a set of keys, each one with different levels of authority to perform transactions. There are five keys implied:
Master key: This is the key every user receive for the first time when an account is created. Its function is to derive all the other keys. It must be kept in a secure place.
Active key: This key is used to sign in to the wallet to authorize the transactions with the funds of the wallet. Transfers of Steem/SBD, Power Up, Delegations, Placing orders to the Market or convert SBD to Steem.
Posting key: This key is the most commonly used, it's strongly recommended to use only this key to sign in to the Steemit blog. It authorizes posts, comments, follows, votes and claim rewards.
Memo key: Every transfer of Steem or SBD is able to include a memo, these are very important when sending funds to exchanges. When signing in to your wallet with the memo key you are able to send and read private memos.
Owner key: This is the key with the highest authority. It can change all the other keys and also set a recovery account, which is useful in case of an account being compromised, it can recover the account and set a new group of keys. It must be kept in a secure place.
How to get all my keys?
In order to see all your keys, sign in to your wallet
https://steemwallet.com/@username/transfers with your Master key. You will be able to see these tabs:
Go to Keys and Permissions, and you will be able to see your revealed keys:
Maybe you will be asked again to sign in with your Master key to reveal some of your keys. Copy all your keys and keep them in a safe place. Logout from your wallet.
Now you have all your keys. Remember that the most commonly used are the Posting key to use your blog, and the Active key to use your wallet. Keep your other keys in a safe place and use them only when necessary.
Sign in to your wallet with your Active key and claim your rewards if any. You will be able to make transfers. Power Up is a transfer to your own wallet which converts Steem to Steem Power. Here's the procedure:
Look at your Steem balance and click the drop down menu, then select Power up:
A dialogue appears to set the amount of Steem to convert. Type your amount or click balance to set your entire Steem.
Click Power up and a confirmation dialogue will appear, click OK if everything is correct:
Converting SBD to Steem
Because of the price of Steem, sometimes you will be receiving SBD in your author rewards, this SBD can be sold on the Market to buy Steem. Our dear friend @CryptoKannon have made a great video tutorial on how to use the Market and get Steem for your SBD.
All the members are urged to review these procedures and begin using their wallets at their full capacity.
The Members of the Project
This week @Knitrias will resume campaigning to search for cantidates for the two remainig slots. All Members are invited to make suggestions on possible candidates.
Contributions of the week
The last week the Members produced 30 posts, 7 corresponding to the weekly challenges of the Knitrias Project:
Branches of Longevity
The beautiful life’s dr. Mariyana Knitrias by @MyFreeLive
Greed for Power, Statute of Longevity by @AdelJose
I know that one day you will play this | Knitrias Project Week 02 by @Jacorv
Challenges of the week. "The Daughter" by @Rashia
How I began learning the wonderful world of SteemWorld by @MyFreeLive
SteemWorld, una obra de arte | Knitrias Project Week 02 by @Jacorv
Getting to know SteemWorld. Challenge Knitrias-Project by @AdelJose
The pool for the last week was 20 SP and was divided between 7 contributions:
@Knitrias has sent the rewards as Steem Power for these authors:
Challenges for the week
This week each challenge will have a secured pool of 10 SP that will be divided equally between the participants of each challenge. Each Member can participate with one post on each challenge.
Branches of Longevity (10 SP)
Short stories, developments and re-elaborations of literature, art, design, music, documentary research, kitchen recipes or others, on the characters and themes of The Longevity Statute, the world from which the character of Dr. Knitrias Maryana surges.
Chapters of The Longevity Statute
|The longevity Statute (Part I)|
|The longevity Statute (Part II)|
|The longevity Statute (Part III)|
|The longevity Statute (Part IV)|
Open Source (10 SP)
Theme: The Steem Whitepaper
Every organization and project has a Whitepaper that contains all the important concepts and definitions of the processes involved, this is for the readers have a clear view of the operation or function of that project and eventualy get involved. Steem has a whitepaper also which contains all the important aspects of the Economy, Blockchain Governance, Voting Procedures, Scalability, etc. For every user is important to know this Steem Whitepaper to a better use, interaction and development of the platform.
For these week's challenge, the Members are invited to review the Steem Whitepaper and create a personal description of the most interesting contents on this document. Which are the main areas of Steem? How the different tokens work? What is expected from the user? How is the governance stablished? How difficult or easy is to comprehend this document for you? Questions, suggestions and information sharing can be made in the comments section of this post.
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