I'll try not to rehash the recent announcement, but I'll probably make a post later tonight or early tomorrow on my thoughts to STINC selling out to Tron.
Now is the time once again to take a stand. @soyrosa put together a post, well at least part of it on how we've kinda let Steemit INC take the reigns from us once again after we thought everything was falling apart.
I think now would be a good time to get things organized again on what the future holds. We could wait until Justin and Ned make an announcement once again tomorrow morning, but I'd rather be the
I am the master of my fate:
I am the captain of my soul.
It would be nice to see what are the plans and thoughts of others communities on the platform going forward. It looks like Steem Witness Forum will start right after Justin Sun's Dlive talk (The Dlive thing happens at 9 am Pacific at dlive.tv/justinsun. Stolen from linked post).
It would be nice to hear from Blocktrades, other top witnesses, as well as dapp developers such as the folks from @minnowbooster.
What I'd Like to Hear
What are your plans going forward? Maybe we're just getting up in arms about nothing, but I would assume Steemit Inc will be no more. If you're a developer on Steem what does that mean going forward?
Do we have the capability of keeping the blockchain running without them?
What is some funding that should be requested from the DAO to make sure we can keep this app sustainable and to incentivize others to come to develop on this blockchain?
Witnesses, do you plan on stepping down as you think this blockchain is going to be dead in a few months or will you be the captain going down with the ship?
I know justine announced that she's powering down and maybe it's too little too late, but could this be the time to turn Steem into the blockchain we've all dreamed it could be?
I'm Just a Content Creator
I don't understand what's going on and what this means for the blockchain and how big of an impact it is.
I can and do plan on making a post later for some easy upvotes how Steem is now going to the Moon without Steemit holding it back or it's going to crash and burn tomorrow.
It would be nice to see some opinion-based information sharing on what this could mean, what we can do about it, and how we can take this bomb and turn it into the best thing that's happened to the platform.
Maybe this is just the kick in the ass we need to take our destiny in our own hands once again.
With Steempeak integrating communities and Steem-Engine's work on "SMT's" I think we're so close to making it I just don't know who will be left to make that last push?