Do Koreans want Tron more than Steemit?
I saw @ausbitbank writed an article titled Meeting between Justin Sun, Korean Stakeholders, Steem Witnesses and Steem Foundation 12/03/2020.
I'm not familiar with cryptocurrency, but I looked at the Chinese who made Tron. There were many debates about what would happen if the Chinese acquired the Steemit.
@valued-customer insisted that Steemit would be centralized, limiting freedom of speech and posting.
That reveals it's existential import to the Steem community, particularly now, after it has been used to seize control of consensus by one stakeholder with ~1/5 - 1/3 of extant Steem. It is easy to understand how 30x weighting of that stake enables complete control of governance. What is disappointing is that the legacy consensus witnesses that have heretofore benefited from oligarchical power over governance remain unwilling to fix this flaw in DPoS that threatens to completely centralize Steem today.
I have little hope that the choice between an upstart overlord and the legacy oligarchy will enable Steem to actually gain greater decentralization of governance.
@maxsieg claimed that Korean society was isolated.
its so strange that the korean community is so eager about justins proposed changes. like they live in a complete separate community with own perspectives completely not influenced by us or us by them. so disconnected despite being on the same blockchain
The opinions of the two will be probable for each of the two. By the way, what about the opinions of Koreans?
As @maxsieg claims, Koreans may be in an isolated environment, but the most important thing is to understand Korean thoughts and feelings.
Most Koreans don't know much about cryptocurrency and steemit. I'm studying because I don't know well, but it's difficult.
Writing on the steemit is also difficult due to language and cultural barriers.
The majority of Koreans know that if they write to the Steemit, they will receive cryptocurrency.
Most Koreans don't understand the concept of centralization and decentralization of steemit, which @valued-customer claims. They don't know much about steemit's voting system and environment.
The majority of Koreans begin steemit after watching the advertisements of English-speaking Korean brokers.
The Koreans who support Tron are probably professional brokers in Chinese capital.
Korea still has strong religious and feudalism. Control and censorship of information is common in Korea.