It seems to me that you are doing a serious job here, I will be attentive to your content. To participate in this bluemist initiative, I tried to understand a little bit about how Hive works, I think very few of us do because we see it only as a social network where we have the option to receive rewards and since most of us don't invest money, we obviously see it all in a lighter way. I agree that people with more investment should have more influence, because they will try to keep their money safe.
I thank you for the example of the ten partners to explain inflation, it's a topic that is difficult for me to understand, but at least I know where we content creators come in the game, although I still don't understand much about the value we add. Until now I have assumed that our content and interactions on the web allow the generation of new blocks or something like that and that this in turn generates more currency and that as more publications exist the benefit is greater, but I feel that I am wrong, because at the same time, if that were the case people would have a more valuable role than I perceive; also, the quality of the content would not be so important.
I like the potential of Hive and I like how demanding it can be and that to be valued the content requires a minimum of effort, I feel a certain exclusivity in being here, since I am not attracted to traditional social networks, unless it is to look for something specific that solves a problem for me.
Regarding the negative vote, which I see has caused a stir, I disagree with its deliberate use, I think it should have specific purposes such as penalties for faults and correction of rewards, but I already know your point of view and respect it. The most beautiful thing about life is that each of us is unique and that absolute truth does not exist, so we are all right.
I used the DeepL translator for this comment, if there is any error I apologize.
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