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RE: Sample of "nothing at stake" peoples, empowered on 6th day by voting bots!

in #steem4 years ago

It looks like you are preparing to do a 6th day self vote on your @checkthisout account to avoid flags from @berniesanders. Would you care to comment on your hypocrisy?

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Why would he? Check his wallet

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LOOK AT THIS SHIT! @GRUMPYCAT LIKES TO UPVOTE HIS OWN COMMENTS TOO! WHAT A SHITHEAD. WHY ARE YOU UPVOTING THIS CAT CRAP. GRUMPYCAT HAS PAID FOR BID BOTS ON THIS VERY POST.

Hey @artopium — props on not beating around the bush and calling out the hypocrisy of pussy-cat, bringing to light the silly irony in this whole thing.animated.gif

Umm? I think you missed the point. The cat is down-voting posts that use the bots after they are 3.5 days old. This post is not.

what's the point in that? You know, it's not hard to see the glaring hypocrisy here. Just oppen your eyes. Is grumpycat here to help or here to make over $1000 SBD on this post? Seeing that grumpycat is a whale that can grant $200 upvotes, and that grumpycat is upvoting his (her?) own comments, ON THIS VERY POST, AND buying bid bots, it's really hard to see grumpycat as a moral beacon. But good luck with that.

I don't understand why the value of our content has to expire after seven days in the first place. You can post evergreen content on your website and enjoy the value of it for years. I guess there's a reason for this, but I haven't wrapped my head around it.

It's entirely a technical limitation. A good way of thinking of it is the difference between your computers memory and hard drive. Basically, as the reward pool/consensus mechanism is making its calculations for reward distribution, all eligible posts (under 7 days) are essentially held in memory. After that they can go into more of a "blockchain storage" type setup like your hard drive. In order to payout posts in perpetuity, everything would have to remain in active memory which makes it basically impossible to run a Steem node server due to the extreme and perhaps impossible technical specs that system would need.
I do think we'll eventually see systems or workarounds that allow good quality content to be evergreen or rediscovered and achieve new payouts. But like most social media, the vast majority of content (selfies and pics of people dinner) doesn't need to be hogging RAM on a server in the hopes it might get an upvote a few years after it's posted.

I'm sure that was not the most expensive "No" in history, but definitely in the running

Please upvote the comment please please please

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