Do you consider "micro-blogging" content rewardable?


Do you consider "micro-blogging" content rewardable?


I'm working on a simple micro-blogging application on the top of the STEEM. Due to it's "micro" nature, it's possible to store content on custom jsons instead of posts.

Some people explicitly asked for a rewaring mechanism. (Either traditional posts, or SE/SMT tokens.)

What do you think/?



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  • No

I think micro-blogging in a decentralized/uncensored way is enough reason to use it. Of course, custom rewarding mechanisms (SMTs or SE tokens) can be arranged, but using post rewards pool is a total NO for me.

23.02.2020 00:17
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  • Yes

I think about tweet storms, where a chain of micro-blogs is published. These can be valuable content, worth rewarding.

23.02.2020 00:24
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Good point. These high value "tweet chains" are rare, though. :)

23.02.2020 00:26
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Yes, it will add value to the blockchain, and could be a twitter-killer in the future.

23.02.2020 00:42
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 00:51
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IMO, anything that draws attention (brings eyeballs) to the blockchain should be eligible for rewards. Ultimately, attention is the sort of "value" that the blockchain is trying to harness.

23.02.2020 00:54
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 02:11
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Twitter on STEEM coming soon?! 👀

23.02.2020 02:13
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 02:19
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  • No

Putting a reward system can distort the platform's intent...

23.02.2020 02:48
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 03:15
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  • No
23.02.2020 04:08
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  • Yes

Sounds like it could be interesting.

23.02.2020 04:38
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 05:25
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 07:06
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  • No

I vote for "no" because I do not know what micro blogging stands for and "custom sons" means.
Is this for lazy writers?

23.02.2020 07:11
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Sounds interesting Emre but i can't get my head around it - Is it possible to reward against custom_json? I guess with a wallet send it is?

23.02.2020 07:34
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Definitely would use that! I am curious how it will be done. Fingers crossed!

23.02.2020 10:35
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So cool that you are working on this. I feel that too much of steem community activity happens outside of chain because steem is still more a blogging platform than social platform. We had a little discussion about it on steempeak discord (doh!) - I will allow myself to paste my comments from this :)

what's the point of not showing community made post in blog if it's gonna reach all followers anyway (I know that's by design by steemit)
so this is kinda steem as a social platform vs blog platform
let's say I've build my followers base by writing solid articles about science
and they are precious to me
but I also want to go to netflix community and just make a quick question what's worth to watch now
do I want to broadcast this question to every follower that likes my science content?
what if I don't want to use discord and steem.chat and various other to interact with steem community with simple matters
like quick messaging, posting memes etc.
if I'll do it on steem, I'll loose my followers because they don't want to see in their feed my silly messages on meme community
so yeah, an option if I want to broadcast the new post to followers would be awesome
or
new section where new entries are added as comments, that are added to "host" post with specified tag
and only those comments are displayed as quick messages
then it can work sort a like a chat, where new entries (messages) and not cluttering anyone's feed. And because they are aggregated under the same post (there's no limit to how many comments a post can have, right?), it could always use the same link (displayed as steempeak.com/microblog/memes for example)
I know, new layer of complication, with thin userbase there's not much point
but I think steem is seriously lacking in terms of just normal user interaction that is not blogging
of course this is not a note to steempeak, rather steem itself

In the comments I propose a solution where the new "tweets" are added as comments to a (invisible in the interface) "host" post - each tag would have it's own post hosting all the tweets. This way new micro-blog entries would not show up in the feeds. The downside is that those entries could use only one tag (messages would be added to single host-post). Maybe there's some clever work-around possible using cusom jsons? Or using own db to cache the messages with few tags.

Anyway super happy that someone is tackling the issue, please keep us updated :)

23.02.2020 11:01
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  • No

I already shit post enough, let's not overly encourage my behavior ^>^

23.02.2020 12:10
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  • No
23.02.2020 12:33
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  • Yes

Some people already using various Steem blockchain dApps to make short posts, and it is working. They get rewards. What more, there is already a micro blogging (Twitter-like) dApp on the Steem blockchain, but I currently do not remember its name. I have not used it since long months.

23.02.2020 13:10
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 14:49
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 15:20
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 15:55
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  • Yes
23.02.2020 21:34
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Voted for

  • Yes

But only in small amounts.

25.02.2020 11:11
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  • Yes
28.02.2020 21:10
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