Howdy people, it is time for another interview!
You know, manual curation has many benefits, and maybe the greatest of them is
One of them is @fbslo – very mysterious young guy from Slovenia. We will respect his privacy and focus on the things he has done or is currently doing for the platform. If you didn’t know he created classic game available on our platform
CM: It is hard to believe that there are Steemians who never heard about you, but let’s pretend you are doing #introduceyourself post again. What would you say?
I’m @fbslo and I’m from Slovenia. I love crypto,
I didn’t reveal much personal details, but I’m leaving small hints about my life in my posts 😉 I will write “full” #introduceyourself post once in the future.
P.S. There are details about my witness on my website fbslo.net 🙂
CM: You are the
First of all, a witness must have enough knowledge to maintain the witness node. The main duty of witnesses is to keep blockchain running. It’s not so hard to set up a witness node and to keep it running, but it’s hard to pay for server during the bull market if you are a low-rank witness.
But witnesses must contribute to commmunity too. I’m sad to see that many of top 50 witnesses didn’t even make a post in last year, but many good witnesses are at rank 100+.
CM: In the last witness interview you stated that Steemit is not ready for the mass adoption yet. We can agree with you, but knowing that you are very dedicated to the dapp development and actively involved in different projects around, it would be very interesting to hear your oppinion about the things that should happen in order to achieve this.
CM: Can you tell us more about the decentralized applications you are currently developing?
Currently, I’m working on Ether
CM: We are following your work and we are happy to see you are recognizing the crowdsourcing potential. For example, you crowdsourced the call for Ether
I would say that
CM: Many contests around are based on something we call comment,
Right now, many people simply don’t use
CM: Do you have any advice for the crowd? How can we do this better? Can you see some kind of
I think that