Who deserves to be Rich?

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Who deserves to be Rich?


Might be a weird and random question, but who do you think deserves to be rich from the Hive Blockchain?
Like someone who works their ass off, is a community leader or just add a lot of value? Or honestly just someone who you really like and want to see prosper here and in life in general :D

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This is not a contest, but I might throw in a few participation rewards just for fun :p

I want to start. I think @belemo and @starstrings01 works hard and both deserves to be richer :D



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Upvoted some of each of theirs.

2 people who I think contribute to hive

@darkflame is someone who I know is always trying to contribute to hive any chance he gets.

Also @thelogicaldude has done alot for hive too with the hive commerce community.

Just 2 peeps off the top me head.

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Cool thanks!

I have seen them around now and then ^^

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Everyone who contributes should gain. The money is decentralized and distributed according to users contribution. Maybe some people will gain more as they invested more money by buying lots of hive.

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Boo, thats not a fun answer :c

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The concept of "rich" in itself can be interpreted in a variety of ways I think. To many, being rich, will not imediately mean posessing monetary wealth. Many will see richness as happiness. You could have a rich family life, or a rich work life, or another variety there of. I guess in its most common form, to be rich means to have a lot of money. But money does not necessarily equal happiness. In my travels, I have seen a lot of people, "poor" people who were rich in happiness. Would they be happier if they were financially rich? Perhaps, or peraps financial richness brings in a lot of burden of the kind that makes the happy, unhappy. Look at the time you invest into being rich and see if you wouldn't be happier by investing that time into doing things that make you trully happy, like spending time with your family or just following your hobbies. That's why all those promotional, educational speakers, always talk about people needing to pursue things that they love doing and that riches will follow. Be happy first and see if you can monetise on your happiness. But do not try to acquire financial richness at the cost of your happiness, as that will inevitably lead to opposite results.

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Damn. You sound like me xD

I have always battled the balance ever since I got some finacial "power" (meaning not being collage broke anymore).

I think I have pushes myself a bit way from that way of thinking lately, but its good to be reminded what it can mean :D

Thanks!

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Good to know there are more steuggling souls out there like me.

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Ye haha :D

I should be working more on happiness than I do, its a slow process xD

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Im not trying to be selfish here but sincerely i desreve to be rich. I put in more than 12 hours of every day in ecency, and i try my possible best to make good content and post here, you can check my blog/post @blackman15 for verification. I deserve to be rich cause i pit in much work and find the time to appreciate and correct other peoples work through comments.

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I love it! I hoped someone would pick themselves :p

I can see Ecency is upvoting your content, thats a really good start! :D

Good luck with it buddy :D

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Who deserves to be Rich?

I don't know about others, but

I deserves it.

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@Yanirauseche porque hace contenido de valor, aunque últimamente no sube mucho contenido.

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Well. Thanks for tagging @yanirauseche! But I dont understand anything else xD

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hahaha she makes content of value for the community, although she hasn't been very active lately.
It is very easy to translate with just two clicks, in fact my English is very bad, but I use a translator XD

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Hola @rowell espero estés muy bien, me he dedicado a los juegos y otros proyectos. Gracias por la mención en el post. Te mando un gran saludo.

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La verdad es que están muy rentable, Splinterlands me ayudo a llegar a axie con un golpe de suerte muy grande jajaja. Espero estés super bien ✌️

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Que alegría, eso es estupendo, además con la llegada del SPS todas las cartas subieron de precio, una gran oportunidad para muchos.

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@dandays @edprivat @iaura - The first 2 work like a mother to get good content up, and @iaura well she sleeps in my bed so... Self explanatory. I like my testicles where they are thank you very much.

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I was reading to quickly and thought you said "I lick my testicles" 😄

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I don't know... We can try some yoga and see how it works out😉

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Everyone knows they're in your wife's sock drawer.

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Haha nice! I will check the people out :D

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You may recognize me from the anddumbcunts bus, I've seen you there.

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I just expect everybody to be on that bus at the moment :p

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Man it's funny because I was asking myself the same question, and I think it's all of the above. Some people are just great with other people, and they contribute to the HIVE ecosystem by just being themselves, and don't need any particular set of skills, though someone might argue that being good with people is a skill of its own.

Being caring and supporting for other people's content, is also a job, and one works only with the other, by this I mean that one feeds the other, and vice-versa.

Me, if I post a song, and nobody is watching it or listening to it, well it makes the task completely pointless, at the same time you do need to interact with others, and cannot expect to get people interested in your craft if you aren't interested yourselves in their stories.

I think that's where HIVE blurs the line between content creators and users, it's very rare to see a content creator on Youtube answering to comments, whereas here if you don't answer your comments on your post, it's frowned upon.
That also explains why many "successful" content creators came here, and were expecting instant success, but did not provide any effort to ENGAGE, (the sacred word hahaha) only to find mild interest in their work, because the human aspect is very strong on HIVE, we are all part of small group of tribes, bartering skills.

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it's very rare to see a content creator on Youtube answering to comments

And its stupid. I really believe you should answer the comments even if you are a yt creator, maybe not all of them since you can get 1000's but at least the first 100 or so..

And ye we do engage alot more here with eachother than just being creators ^^

Thanks for the comment! :D

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And ye we do engage alot more here with eachother than just being creators ^^

I think it's dope, how many times I met some awesome people just by accident, answering a random comment.

Cheers!

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