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  • Trade Recommendation: STEEM February 17, 2018
    submitted by /u/samito09 [link] [comments]
    /u/samito09
  • Joe Rogan Being Told About STEEM February 17, 2018
    submitted by /u/duiliopasquale [link] [comments]
    /u/duiliopasquale
  • Steemit.com and Steemit Chat Registration Broken February 16, 2018
    Been trying to create a Steemit.com account for over a week. I got the phone verification text but not the email verification. I created several accounts and none of them got the email in order to finish creating the account. So I followed the FAQ instructions to the Steemit Chat and in order to use […]
    /u/JimmyShaker7
  • Bitcoin Rebel Coins. I'm Sorry Father! February 16, 2018
    submitted by /u/tommy737 [link] [comments]
    /u/tommy737
  • Just Added Steem to my Pattern Recognition Tool - A Momentum Indicator February 15, 2018
    submitted by /u/Rojas561 [link] [comments]
    /u/Rojas561
  • STEEM PRICE PREDICTION 2018 - WILL STEEM REACH 10$? February 14, 2018
    submitted by /u/mythsinner [link] [comments]
    /u/mythsinner
  • Where do new STEEM for powering down come from? February 13, 2018
    When someone powers down (i.e. converts SP to STEEM), where does the STEEM come from? Is it "printed"? If so and since the increase in supply is limited, can people only "power down" when it's time to increase the STEEM coin supply? submitted by /u/orange_robot338 [link] [comments]
    /u/orange_robot338
  • Why did you copy YouTube design exactly? February 13, 2018
    Everything about the platform is so innovative. Then you go ahead and copy, nearly pixel for pixel, every inch of the YouTube user interface? I really dislike that some authentic and original design choices were not made in the creation of the Dtube interface, so that it doesn't just look like a YouTube knockoff, which […]
    /u/nbreddit999
  • Steemit usage statistics? February 13, 2018
    Is there a site that shows Steemit usage stats? How many users joining the platform each month etc? submitted by /u/nbreddit999 [link] [comments]
    /u/nbreddit999
  • Question about entering Steemit earnings in Cointracking.info February 13, 2018
    I've been working on entering my claimed Steem and SBD for taxes on Cointracking. From what I understand, I should consider my Steem earnings like I would if it was something I had mined. However, Cointracking.info offers a choice to enter coins as Income, Mined, and others, and I don't know whether to select Income […]
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What Is Steem ?

This social news service provides not only a blockchain database, but also a blogging platform and social media site. Steem offers its own currency called Steem Dollars, which can be used for online purchases. Users of Steem can get these tokens by posting and commenting on content they find relevant.

Steem was created by Dan Larimer and Ned Scott, who also created BitShares, in 2016. Larimer has left the project earlier this year. The website’s concept is similar to the one of Reddit, however the site uses blockchain and a token rewarding system for users who post and get engaged in the topics.

Steem provides more types of currency, such as STEEM, Steem Dollars and Steem Power. While the first 2 currencies can be used for purchases, Steem Power is targeted only towards the Steem community.

The project’s supply model doubled each year, which made Steem inflationary. However, things changed starting with December 6th, 2016, when by community demand the inflation rate was reduced with by 0.5% yearly. The rate was changed to a fixed 9.5% yearly on that date.

More than 170.000 users had Steem accounts in May 2017. Although in the beta version of the project no money was provided, $1,300,000 Steem tokens were paid to users on July 4th, 2016.