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RE: A Crazy Fix For A Bad Situation - BrainStorming.

in #steem8 months ago

Step 1: Justin Sun or the Steem Witnesses Repay the dollar amount wiped from the Stakeholder Accounts on Steem during Hardfork 23.

The static dollar amount? On a crypto with hardly any liquidity?
Can you imagine a 26M coin buy wall on an exchange? Literally will never exist.

Everyone keeps quoting the dollar amount that has been stolen when no dollars have been stolen, I find it extremely comical. The accounts that had their coins "stolen" are all on record as stating Steem is a worthless centralized database. By their own admission, nothing has been stolen, there is no value here.

Even @blocktrades went to great lengths to explain why a fork with a different distribution is not theft.
The double standard in this situation is laughable.

https://steempeak.com/informationwar/@edicted/remember-when-blocktrades-explained-how-a-fork-is-not-theft-and-you-ate-that-shit-up-like-it-was-candy

No theft has occurred.

And if a theft has occurred, we must go through the shell company Steemit Inc to get it back.
In which case Steem will be dumped to zero and Steemit Inc will be conveniently hacked and declare bankruptcy.

Trying to beat Justin Sun at his own game?
Centralization? Imperialism? Corporations? Lawyers?
Yeah, stick to blockchain, because he is about to fuck you up if you go toe to toe on his turf.

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The accounts that had their coins "stolen" are all on record as stating Steem is a worthless centralized database

Where did mottler-1 or mottler say anything about Steem being a worthless decentralized database?

The accounts that had their steem taken were targeted for wallet size. Nothing to do with steem or hive activity

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