...but, for the record, I am not in favor of the softfork 22.2. I've spent most of my free time today reading witness statements about this softfork and I do not support it or the witnesses that are running it. Forking Justin Sun's stake out, even temporarily, is 100% the wrong thing to do imo.
A lot of people are talking about how the ninja-mined stake was ill-gotten and then only to be used for the betterment of the community and now that Sun has purchased this stake he is in possession of illegal goods, so to protect the chain he is now been softforked out so he can't use his purchase. There are lots of things wrong with that but my questions is, if this steem was ill-gotten then why was something not done to stop Ned from doing all the dumb shit he did with it?
Here is a little history of the STEEM ninja mine from Aggroed
Here are posts form the witnesses that do not support the softfork 22.2 and are still running 22.1
If you want to check what version your favorite witness is running head on over to https://steemworld.org/ and scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the "witness overview" button.
That will give you a list of the top 100 witnesses and among the info provided is the version they are currently running.
You can vote/unvote from here as well.
What's done is done though and all that matters now is what comes next. I just do not see any good coming from this seemingly hostile move by the witness consensus to freeze someones stake.
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