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Steemit: Everything you need to know

Wed May 16, 2018 1:27 pm

It is true that social media has changed the way people interact and network. Some of these connections have been lauded as necessary for enhancing people’s career as well as improving their social skills. These benefits have so far been devoid of any direct monetary value, leaving a gap that has been gaping for a long time. Steemit has sought to change this by introducing a social platform where people can generate revenue by posting content and upvoting.

Steemit is a new and exciting blockchain based social network that crypto enthusiasts and anyone else can earn rewards by posting relevant content. One can also earn points by curating quality content by upvoting and by holding Steem-based currencies in a vest fund, and this generates interest.

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