101 Series: Steem
Mike continues to pursue his music career as he and Brent discuss Steem. This exciting, but confusing coin, is demystified as much as it can be. This coin is extremely far along in development, and can be used fully right now. Learn why you might want to setup shop on Steem, or why you might not want to. The team brags about the $.12 they’ve made so far.
LINKS TO TOPICS FROM THE SHOW
Link to our Steem Blog: It’s over in the navigation part of our site, but just in case you missed it. We’re going to be updating more regularly.
Here’s a breakdown on how Steemit calculates rewards for posts. We tried to summarize it, but hey maybe direct from the source is better.
List of witnesses for Steem: these are the folks that process the blocks, and how many votes they have.
Steemstats.com: this is a site that shows you how much your Steem Power can currently affect posts. You can do some other fun stuff here and look up other people as well. Oddly it goes down constantly.
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These links are all referral links for us, but we use every one of these exchanges and wallets.
Robin Hood is getting in the crypto game! You get a random stock valued between $5 and $200 and so do we, this is super exciting. Robin Hood has been one of the best experiences we’ve had with a
CASH APP HAS BITCOIN! If you sign up through that link the show gets $5 and so do you! Stop the presses. The easiest to use money transfer application (yes it's easier than Venmo) now as a built in way to buy and sell Bitcoin. They even have a no - fee debit card you can use.
Binance Exchange Binance is the primary location for many of the coins that are not available on CoinBase. They have the best user experience, don't use the USDT as a primary trading pair, and have reasonable customer service. Give them a look.
Ledger Wallet Website This is where you buy the hardware wallet that we're always talking about on the show - we all use a Ledger Nano S.