Thanks to one of my followers, @hms818, I learned the Steemit has been mentioned in a longer piece published on Bloomberg, which tries to analyze the shift in social media caused by the latest crisis of giants like Facebook and YouTube.
It's interesting to note that the first mention on the article was @dtube, and after that came Steemit. @ned was also quoted saying that we've added more than 120,000 new users on the platform during last month, crossing the 1,000,000 threshold. Another interesting fact is that Libry only has 600,000 active users.
If you want to read the whole article, go ahead, and follow the link above.
I think it's a balanced view, overall, and it accounts for the slow, albeit consistent penetration of blockchain-based social media platforms in today's reality, despite the obvious difficulties of the start.
The market didn't seem to price in this news, so far, in any direction, STEEM is trading rather flat.
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