Creation of User Guide: How to Sell for SwapSteem
Linked Task Request
'SwapSteem is an uniquely-designed peer-to-peer platform which the service is provided to expedite the conversion of STEEM or SBD to different fiat currencies or vice versa. The platform boasts to cater the increasing strong needs of peer-to-peer transactions due to the increment of users partaking in the content creations on STEEM blockchain. SwapSteem is quick to identify the gap and thus, develops an useful and efficient platform to provide the secure escrow transactions in moderation of selected influential STEEM escrow agents for their respective country, or currency.'
The summary above is quoted directly from my post before, check here.
I have requested the permission from the Project Owner ("PO") to produce this copy of 'User Guide: How to Sell', under the task-request which was posted publicly. This copy is very similar to my previous contribution which could be checked here, but at the same time different in certain aspects. A number of steps, especially the hot signing feature of escrow transactions, are very different when compared to the aforementioned previous contribution. I have meticulously ran through the whole process and explain them clearly in this copy. After that, I have included this copy into the Pull Request ("PR") and pushed to allow it to be merged to the main repository of the project, check here.
The document has around 1696 words, the relevant file could be found in the main repository, here.
There are a total of 10 required steps explained in this tutorial. Duplication or similarities when compared to 'User Guide: How to Buy' were carefully removed and referenced in this tutorial instead.
The steps include:
- Login to the platform.
- Navigating the user interface.
- Explanation of the user interface.
- Basic walk-throughs.
- Initiation of the process.
- Introduction to the chat service.
- Initiation of the escrow functionality.
- Generating hot signing link.
- Verifying Payment.
- Releasing Escrow.
Screenshots were added to sections which deemed necessary so that the users could understand them wholly. The goals of this tutorial have been addressed and hence, the task was completed.