RE: Interview with @andrarchy about TRON and OpenLink.
We just have to look at the plain and simple facts. Justin Sun is an entrepreneur and businessman in the crypto space. And what do all businessmen have in common? They want to make money. Preferably loads of it.
Therefore, him stomping into our community and razing this place to the ground makes zero sense. We all lose out. Remember, he is also actively "invested" into this blockchain, no matter how bad or good a deal he got. Hence from that prespective, we also all stand to win too, right? That being the more wholesome outcome to the situation, I'm sure we'd all agree. So after listening to this interview, which succinctly addresses the myriad of concerns making the rounds during the last couple days, I'd say let's push all the FUD aside right now and allow more of this picture to take shape organically first.
Emotional extremes are never a sound basis for good judgment calls. However, a little patience and clarity is all that's needed to remedy that. After being on the fence too myself, I'm at peace with this new operating environment we find ourselves in and have decided to give Justin the benefit of the doubt. It just seems like the logical thing to do. The greatest burden Steemit Inc. have been facing, in terms of "funding", appear to be alleviated. With the financial noose now removed, the untapped potential for Steemit (and in turn, the STEEM blockchain) has a chance to shine. Very brightly, might I add.
Let's embrace it and labour toward a more unified approach going forward. As I said, if everything works out like I think it might after hearing the above, we "all" stand to gain massively in the end.