First steps on Steemit

So, I’m dipping my toe into the Steemit waters, and I’m kinda excited. It seems there is a large community out there on this Blockchain-based platform that seems very friendly and will interact with you. And as a bonus, you can earn a little bit of cash as well if your stuff seems to be interesting enough. I have also found DTube, where I will upload videos. It seems like a better alternative to Youtube, and very censorship-proof. Given the crazyness the Googles, Twitters and Facebooks are up to lately, an alternative seems worthy to check out.

I have already done my introductory post on Steemit, but since I have hooked up my WordPress blog into the platform (and because it’s linked to everywhere else), I might as well broadcast through these means that stuff will go there as well (which would be this post, which also doubles as a test). So here we are.

If you have Steemit, and you know me already, be sure to drop me a message or a comment. I’ll follow you and upvote your cool posts. 🙂

I will of course read and reply to the steemit comments to the best of my ability.

See you on Steemit!

Oh, and once I get the hang of this, I will of course outline whatever I’ve learned and will pass on any sort of knowledge I have gleaned.

(PS: Getting a Steemit account requires a bit of patience. Verification will take a while. I’ve had to wait for 3 days to get my account verified and active. Which is not a problem, but it seems fair to warn you if any of you are impatient types).