A few days ago I asked you what you would do if you would have 50.000 Dollars to invest. First of all that so many people shared their view if they would have that significant amount of money was amazing. I think one my post with the most comments so far.
I thought that most of the people would give an answer concerning STEEM. But I was wrong.
Many People would try to start their local business without any connection to the world wide web. Especially from my African brothers and sisters, I got to know that real estate in these countries seems to be a profitable business.
I interpret it that way: People see Steemit as a source of acquiring more money to use it for their own business ideas. As in many cases raising the required capital is often the biggest hurdle someone needs to conquer.
On the other hand, there are people focused on STEEM and the blockchain realm. Of course, STEEMPOWER was mentioned a lot which could be in the future a much more valuable asset. But not only that; finding developers to realize something and people who know how to code are already in the middle of their own application. @flauwy for example with his 1UP project.
STEEMonsters and STEEMpress have for me ushered the era of STEEMpreneurs
Also, @exyle mentioned in one of his vlogs in the last days that he believes that projects on the STEEM blockchain will outgrow the individual blogger. Time will tell if it will be like that. But according to the signs we see right now, this could really happen.
Maybe there has to be a switch in the minds of content creators?
What do you think?
For me, there will always be a place for content creators. Daily, exciting, helpful content is the force which will make people come over and over again back to the platform to inform themselves about different topics. Talking from the social network perspective. But because everything is still new and early I think it couldn't be wrong to swim with the stream and to adapt to a new rhythm when the rhythm change.
Changes always bring new opportunities.