It is good to see many people voicing opinions that have one key point in them:
To secure the Steem blockchain.
It gets me understanding that no matter what any first impressions may be, usually due to a lack of information flow (an issue that has always caused a lot of FUD and unnecessary negativity) are actually reviewed by people as the information starts to flow.
The dynamics of things in this particular case was such that the job had to be done. The Steem blockchain must be secured. (dot)
Literally, seeing so many witnesses get together and agree upon that one common goal was one of the best things I have ever seen here on Steem, even if the situation is one of the worst I have ever seen.
Likewise, reading and seeing that more people are able to understand the importance of the actions taken, the necessity of the actions taken and likewise willing to actually do the necessary homework to understand the legitimacy of the actions taken is definitely a huge leap forwards from where we were lets say in 2018 or 2019. This is absolutely fantastic.
Even, let's say we may not agree on all things said, nor how they are said, our common goal is to ensure that the tech we have today which is still got a lot more to offer is secured for everyone with access to the internet.
We (Steem) are yet to show our real strength, capacities and value and I am not talking about any cryptocurrency when I say that.
Enjoyed the post.