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RE: Happy Birthday Steem, 4-Years-Old Today

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Has SteemIt ever censored / hid posts that are just simply talking about other platforms before?

As far as I'm aware, SteemIt ( before the JSUN drama ) has only ever hid posts that are outright spam, plagiarism, and illegal content.


Well Ned downvoted all EOS content for a while, so while they weren't "blocked" it was basically the same thing.

Also those who were blocked from (many of them) have hostile intentions. So, is justin supposed to ignore that, while they are literally trying to break his investment? I am not taking his side, just trying to view it from his point of view as well.

Ned downvoted all EOS content for a while [...] basically the same thing

I don't see this being at all similar. If you wanted to read the articles that Ned downvoted, you still were able to on SteemIt. What you're describing is just Ned using a feature of this platform. You're allowed to downvote as you see fit. I would've probably disagreed with his downvotes & think he's being highly immature for doing so, but this is no way comparable to actually hiding content.

Also those who were blocked from (many of them) have hostile intentions. So, is justin supposed to ignore that

Literally yes. I don't care if Justin hates it, hurts his investment, or anything else. The entire point of having a decentralized platform like this is that dissenting opinions are allowed. Justin hid stuff he's afraid of, that makes me not trust SteemIt at all. It's as simple as that.

I understand looking at things from differing point of views, but the practice doesn't end there. When you see this whole situation from Jusitn's point, you realize he's an unstable man baby who can't think logically & operate calmly.

Hi there

I've been reading through many comments related to new hive chain and I've seen your comment too. Many users are being torn, however majority seem to be moving to new hive.

Are you fully moving there or will you stay on both chains? Just curious. I'm trying to figure out what to do myself.

I'm pretty much fully switching over to Hive. I prefer my chains to be decentralized & uncensored.

The only posts I may end up making on Steem are copy & pastes from Hive, but basically my main focus is Hive. I'm building for Hive, writing for Hive, and championing for Hive.

Hope to see you on there! :^)

Big Thx for your reply. I think i will stick around on both chains for time being.

I also figured that you may find this post interesting and worth your time:

It's post published by good friend of mine and I'm helping him to promote their curation trail.

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