Let's welcome Tron users to Steem!
Hello Tron users, I'm writing this post with the intention to share it on your subreddit after the recent news of Justin Tron acquiring Steemit and their stake in a partnership with the Steem blockchain and Tron and all of their acquisitions.
I don't know much about Tron but I am certain you guys don't have a decentralized social media platform on it but have a bunch of users and dapps you like to use. If you like dapps and want to check out ours, here's a good place to start: https://steemapps.com/ and for Steem users wanting to get more involved with Tron dapps, here's where you can check those out: https://dappradar.com/rankings/protocol/tron and their wallets: https://tron.network/wallet?lng=en (TronLink is probably a good start considering how similar it is to our KeyChain).
Getting yourself an account
Starting out you'll want to create a Steem account which you can either apply for here on Steemit.com (requires email and phone number) or on other dapps that are able to generate you a free Steem account such as SteemHunt, SplinterLands, eSteem App or if you prefer to pay to get it faster you can use Blocktrades or AnonSteem, the last two are good for privacy.
If you are unsure if you want a Steem account just yet you can always use front-ends such as SteemPeak, SteemPress (WordPress plugin) or 3speak (Video & Livestream platform) with a guest account until you've made up your mind and decided to dive into the deep waters of Steem. Apologize to the front-ends/dapps I may have left out, there's too many of you.
Our community OCD also offers free accounts that you can easily apply for through our Discord server in the #steem-accounts channel other than that we are also checking and curating all posts in that community so if you are a regular user feel free to start with an introduction post or share with us your work if you are a content creator.
Things to keep in mind when using Steem
All text based content you post on the chain remains on the chain forever, you can edit it out but if someone is curious enough they can check the edit history so be careful not to post anything you don't want out there, the saying "once on the internet - forever on the internet" is especially true on our immutable blockchain.
Consistency and connections are key to thriving as a user and content creator. Check out tags you are interested in, follow users posting content you are interested in, connect with them by commenting and voting. Being consistent helps keep you on the radar with the users you've connected with, there are also curation projects out there actively looking for under-rewarded content from new users and are very helpful to get you some extra visibility and rewards for your efforts.
Communities now exist on the beta page and soon on the live site where you can find what interests you easier and people you have something in common with, so feel free to already test it out and post in various communities. They'll also be a lot cleaner with moderation and focused curation than just browsing tag, you can look at the "new" section on Steemit as the deep web of the internet where anything and everything gets posted so posting through communities will give you higher odds of being seen by other stakeholders.
I'll keep this short as we all have very short attention spans in this day and age, if you have any questions after reading this on your subreddit, feel free to ask away in the reddit thread or on our Subreddit.
Looking forward to getting to know you and remember to save those keys!