Hello dear steemians,
First of all, I would like to thank all the moderators of our successful platform who nominated us for the second consecutive time as the head of the curation team based on an upvote and the selection of the best articles writings in the fields of finance and technology. The combination of these two areas was due to the low level of writing over the past few weeks in each area separately, which made it difficult for curators to find good quality posts. For me, I see this as a good decision given the close connection in our time between finance and technology, and the biggest proof is what has happened as a development in the money market with the emergence of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
Our team named "Quality Control" which consists of members @kouba01, @shemul21, @irawandedy, @pelon53, @fredquantum, @nane15, @chiabertrand, are determined to make this period a success, given the experience they have by practicing the same task for two whole months, during which they were able to develop their performance and overcome the mistakes they made unintentionally, so I think we will see a professional and integrated team that knows what it is doing, and its most important principles are transparency in its voices and integrity in its choices away from narrow affiliations and accounts, so I wish us and the rest of the selected team the success and invite them to serve the interest of advancing the content of our platform to which we owe so much a credit deal.
The tags requested by our team
Tagging is very important for determining the topic and content of the article, as it is easy to search and categorize it. Therefore, our curation team invites all users wishing to write content related to our areas of interest to adhere to placing our tags so as not to be skipped and not to be upvoted on, and we will indicate successively the most important of them:
FinTech: This main tag combines the two areas we are interested in, which are finance and technology. Therefore, I urge all users writing in these areas to include obligatorily this tag in their articles.
Finance, #Business, #Cryptography, #Science, #Technology, #Computing: These tags contain all the areas we care about, each user has to add one tag per article so that we can do the statistics each week efficiently and in an orderly manner.
club100, #club75 and #club5050: These tags determine the club to which each user belongs, so we invite everyone to check their participations so that their articles are not skipped in case of putting the inappropriate tag. And we don't hide a secret from you that we have a special preference and upvotes for people belonging to #club75 and #club100 for their effective contribution to the development of the growth of the value of steem, we therefore invite everyone to contribute by increasing the value of his SP so that everyone benefits.
Steemexclusive: Many users do not know the meaning of this tag indicating that the article is exclusive to the Steemit ecosystem and the author cannot reproduce it from his previous articles on other platforms, and it is a required tag in all articles.
How does our team proceed to detect plagiarism?
We have noticed that most users either don't know how bad plagiarism is for the quality and reputation of our platform, or they have an incorrect view that anything posted in the public is considered as a common good.
Therefore, our first step in tackling plagiarism is to raise awareness and identify what can be done to prevent users from falling for it in their work. Therefore, one of the appropriate ways to deal with such situations is to help them understand that their continuous attempts will help develop their research skills, problem-solving skills, develop their analytical skills and stimulate their perseverance and commitment.
But there will be those who deliberately plagiarize, and the motive may be for the sake of rebellion or because they are not concerned with the matter, and they may still believe that the information should remain accessible to all and be treated in completely free and therefore, we warn this type of users by muting their participation in the areas on which we upvote.
Here we rely on the vigilance of all members to select these suspicious publications using several tools that are available to all, but we also rely on the experience they have acquired during working periods on the platform that allowed them to distinguish individual posts.
Our Curation Plan
We have chosen to follow the same strategy used by our team before to organize the work within our group in order to maintain work continuity and so that each member can carry out their task with the required efficiency. So each curator will review all tags on their assigned day and take care of any objections and violations.
|Day||Curator||Time active on Steemit|
|Monday||@shemul21||9:00 AM-5:00 PM UTC|
|Tuesday||@nane15||11:00 AM-9:00 PM UTC|
|Wednesday||@pelon53||02:30 PM-11:30 PM UTC|
|Thursday||@chiabertrand||09:00 AM-8:00 PM UTC|
|Friday||@irawandedy||09:00 AM-8:00 PM UTC|
|Saturday||@fredquantum||06:00 AM-9:00 PM UTC|
|Sunday||@kouba01||7:00 AM-9:00 PM UTC|
As we mentioned earlier, each member who upvotes for articles written in our team's areas on their assigned day will submit an internal report through our channel on Discord that includes their stats and the most important observations they have. he encountered while carrying his tasks. He will also suggest his best publication to us so that we can discuss his choice and ensure his originality.
For more transparency, after each upvote, the curator leaves a message indicating his passage by putting the percentage granted, which is focused on several factors, the most important of which are the quality, the club to which you belong, the aesthetics of the article, ...
Your post has been successfully curated by our team via @curator_username at 40%. Thank you for your committed efforts, we invite you to do more and keep posting high quality posts for a chance to win valuable upvotes from our team of curators and why not be selected for an additional upvote later this week in the Top Seven.
It will be verified periodically by all members that the upvoted user has not exceeded three votes per week to give as many users as possible to benefit from our curation.
Users are prohibited from taking advantage of automated voting and receiving rewards via bots for violating our Proof of Brain (PoB) policy to receive rewards.
It is also forbidden for any member to vote on an article for his colleague from the same team, even if he belongs to our domains, and each curator is obliged to upvote by 100% only once on his active article.
At the end of each week, we present a detailed report of our work over seven days, in which we include the most important observations and recommendations that we want users to adhere to in order to improve the quality of the content. We then announce the best seven articles written during this period.
We wish success to all the teams and ask everyone to make this internship a success.