RE: Steemit, Inc. Leadership Changes
Glad to hear it, and frankly I'd rather see the Communications lead communicating with people who AREN'T already on STEEM. That's kind of where we need PR, don't you think?
I would say one of the biggest problems we've had with getting the world to realize this is one of the best blockchains out there is that all the most avid fans just keep preaching to the choir.
This is not just a social media/blogging blockchain. This is also the best way I've found for cross-border payments, particularly micropayments. It's hard to send $1 to someone in Venezuela or Nigeria. With STEEM you pay $1 and they get $1 and it happens in seconds. That's the story I've been telling about STEEM, and a lot of ears have perked up that don't care a whit about publishing articles or any other sort of content.
The STEEM story needs a champion who may not have time for maintaining a frickin' blog of her/his own.