Steem has 3 different asset classes:
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Steem's challenge is to create a system capable of identifying the contributions that are needed and their relative worth, using a methodology that can scale to an unbounded number of people. Steem is designed to enable effective micropayments for all kinds of contributions by changing the economic equation:
Readers can vote content up or down and Steem will use their votes to determine individual rewards.
Steem is a blockchain that supports community building and social interaction with cryptocurrency rewards. The concept of Steemit is like a decentralized version of reddit.com.
Steem aims to support social media and online communities by returning much of its value to the people who provide valuable contributions by rewarding them with cryptocurrency, and through this process create a currency that is able to reach a broad market, including people who have yet to participate in any cryptocurrency economy.
In 2020 Steamit.com, the biggest platform where for the Steem blockchain was aquired and it seemed the descentralized advantage vanished as a private actor owned 80% of the coins.
The community forked the project and a competing platform called HIVE launched to compete with Steem.
Since December 2016, Steem began creating new tokens at an annual inflation rate of 9.5%. The inflation rate decreases at a rate of 0.01% every 250,000 blocks, or about 0.5% per year.
Of the new tokens that are generated:
Steem’s blockchain (Graphene) is a variation of the Bitcoin Blockchain. It also powers Bitshares and EOS:
Steem aims for a fair and inclusive social media through crypto:
Popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have caught the imagination of the world, even as they remain highly volatile.
Many think of these emerging technologies like crypto coins and Blockchain as the ultimate solution to end the corporatization of the internet, along with being the means to end government intervention on liberty, currency and privacy.
Ethereum is a “world computer”: It lets people build apps & products with money baked into the code. If you believe that web3 is going to continue to grow, then you likely believe that over time,
Ethereum will become the “settlement layer” of the internet: All sorts of transactions (whether on-chain or even Visa) will turn to Ethereum to exchange funds and keep secure, immutable records.
Owning ETH is like owning shares on the internet. Demand for ETH will go up with increased web3 adoption, while upcoming changes will decrease the supply of ETH and let more value accrue to holders.
Polkadot is a network protocol that allows arbitrary data —not just tokens— to be transferred across blockchains.
This interoperability seeks to establish a fully decentralized and private web, controlled by its users, and simplify the creation of new applications, institutions and services.
Polkadot can transfer this data across public, open, permissionless blockchains as well as private, permissioned blockchains.
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