Why Another Platform?
Why not? In the cryptoverse you have to get involved. I can post to WhaleShares and earn tokens that I can later do whatever I want with. It is another part of my journey to financial freedom.
In addition to a purely financial motivation, I'm interested to see how the changes in the Steem code that have been implemented by the WhaleShares team impact the ecosystem.
What's The Difference?
I'm sure there are many differences but so far I have noticed two.
Whatever you vote on, you share.
In theory this should help make people who vote on a lot of content just to get curation
rewards a little apprehensive to do so. Also, if you see someone who has 85 things shared
from the last hour, then you know you might just wanna keep moving.
There is a fourteen day period between post and payout.
This could be really helpful in allowing you to get a little more exposure for your post.
Only time will tell, but right now I'm really looking forward to interacting on the WhaleShares platform.
Tell Me What You Think
Did I miss anything? I'm sure I did... Tell me what you know about the project in the comments. What do you think of WhaleShares? Let me know. Do you have a WhaleShares account? Follow Me!! Leave your info in the comments and I'll check you out.
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Until next time, Keep Blogging!