Popcorn Fight on Steemit Blog
In an exceedingly rare appearance on the Steemit platform, the CEO stops by to DOWN-VOTE a disgruntled, established user for “toxicity”.
But wait--the best (or worst, depending on which camp a person is in,) is the blatant edict by a community leader for his entire drone army to disassociate from Cork and any initiatives he's part of. This edict came with the express threat of removing delegations and all support from anyone who affiliates with him. And the whole drone army concurred that this was acceptable.
The CEO started interacting on Steemit on Sep 25, with a first response to bandwidth issue
Follow his comments here:
Here's a comical exchange that ends with the CEO MUTING a dissenter!
Another comedy performance: CEO says, “I will need to mute you for intimating violence by slapping me.”
CEO drops a hint about what's to come...
Scale it or fail it. Glad that’s not lost on some of us.
brianphobos: "This blockchain has probably made about 50 people more successful than they were before. Everyone else has been stuck in a frustrating time trap."
And the BIG REVEAL?!!!
Unofficial CEO announcement 10-02-2018:
"I am working on an entirely new UI to take the mantle of onboarding normies into crypto."
"Except everything will be new. In order to give the project maximal potential I’m building it under a new corporate structure with new top tier scalable name and domain (mobile first, though) and mission leveraging much experience gained, I believe much to the benefit of everyone, who will join."
I predicted that Ned & Co. would be moving on, abandoning the Steemit platform, rather than nurturing and enhancing it. Can you imagine if brick and mortar business owners just walked away from their failing establishments to start new ones down the street? If Steemit is not a success, why would another platform be a success under the same management, with the same principles and the same centralized decision-making?
Investors should be asking if this new company and UI is being built with the Steemit Community's funds? Who's paying for this new venture and why is no one concerned that the time and money that has gone into building Steemit is a total write-off in the same way that the DLive investment is a total write-off?