후오비 거래소에 곧 하이브가 상장 될 듯...

5개월 전

안녕하세요. 아마군(@skuld2000) 입니다.

어제 밤 11시 텔레그램을 통해 후오비 글로벌 X 하이브 AMA가 진행 되었습니다.
얼마 전 한국의 하이브 상장 거래소인 프로빗 AMA 가 진행 된 적이 있었는데요.
당시 프로빗은 워낙 거래량이 미미한 소규모 거래소이기도 하고 이미 하이브가 상장되어 있는 상태였기에 딱히 중요한 이슈가 아니었지만 후오비의 경우는 상황이 완전히 다르죠.
트론의 저스틴 썬이 스팀잇의 구 증인들을 몰아내기 위한 0.22.5 소프트포크를 진행할 때 힘을 실어준 거래소이기에 당연히 저스틴과 썬의 편에 서서 하이브를 적대할 거라 생각했었는데 착각 이었나 봅니다.

후오비 그룹의 글로벌 비지니스 부사장인 클라라 썬이 나선 만큼 하이브의 후오비 거래소 상장은 기정사실로 보이며 이는 매우 빠른 시일내에 이루어질 듯 합니다.
현재 상황만 봤을 때 후오비의 경우 바이낸스 만큼 저스틴과 가까운 사이는 아닌 듯 합니다.
예전 0.22.5 때 소프트포크 지원했던 일로 인해 완전히 저스틴 편인 줄 착각했네요.

하이브의 경우 프로빗과 비트렉스 상장에 큰 역할을 했던 데이빗이 떨어져 나온 뒤 더욱 추가 상장은 물건너 갔다고 생각했는데 그것도 저스틴의 영향력이 큰 중국계 거래소와 연결 된 것은 이래저래 의외 입니다.
후오비 정도 규모 면 상장피도 상당히 비쌀 거라 하이브 측이 그정도 자금을 댈 수 있을지도 몰랐네요.
이 상황이면 장기적으로 후오비 뿐만 아니라 더 많은 메이저 거래소에도 리스팅 될 가능성이 있어 보입니다.
(근데 요즘 처럼 상장펌핑이 없는 시기에는 신규 상장이 오히려 후오비에 에어드랍된 하이브 대거 매도로 이어져 가격 폭락으로 이어질 가능성도 큽니다.)

그들의 자금 중 상당 부분은 스팀잇에 꽂아놓은 빨대에서 뽑아간 것과 파워다운을 통해 출금하고 있는 스팀들일텐데요.
그렇다고 현 증인들이 이들이 스팀잇에 가하는 악성 행위를 손놓고 가만히 보고 있는 것은 아닙니다.
악의 근원을 완전히 잘라 버리기 위한 방안을 준비 중에 있으니 기대하셔도 좋을 겁니다.

이들의 마지막 잔치를 축하하며..
Don't show any mercy.

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Hello Skuld.

To me you seem a smart person. Per my research you have implemented the 22.8888 software changes and convinced a group of people to run the malicious software, making them block user funds.

I would recommend you to focus on building positivity around Steem, maybe it can thrive from the ashes of this unfortunate ongoing event.

It will be a long way to build trust. Putting your post in the translation machine reads out all kinds of threads. Especially the closing remarks.

악의 근원을 완전히 잘라 버리기 위한 방안을 준비 중에 있으니 기대하셔도 좋을 겁니다.

Words like yours above should give exchanges a serious warning. My personal thoughts about this: If you try to fiddle more with the integrity of the Steem blockchain and its history will definitely get Steem delisted. Anyone would know this and has been stated by all the biggest exchanges. Just think about: Which professional (big) exchange in the world would consider a listing of a token which can easily change hands by people changing the balances and access of wallets. It is a business threat.

If you are still sour about people spamming here... (I don't know if thats still the case, I don't come here except to read your post - which got shared), you should not worry. Even at ATH usage of the Steem Blockchain around 20 tx / second, the capacity was only at 1%.

My best, sincere and honest suggestion to you would be to focus your development skills and talents, to build Steem or make a fork.

My warning remains: Change more on the CURRENT Steem blockchain and you will undoubtedly see the Steem coin delisted. The media pressure will make it inevitable to do so. Exchanges can't afford any more missteps after the SF 22.5 Centralised Take Over.

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Note: the above post is my PERSONAL opinion.
I wish you a lot of wisdom and success in building Steem instead of destroying it.

JCAR 4월 구독보팅입니다. 날마다 좋은 날 되세요.

또 한 번 하이브의 폭락을 보겠군요.

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thats good! we are in the early days :)

But in these days, when there is no listing pumping

:D
Have fun with Justin!

Nobody is afraid of you blocking more accounts. Some are even trying to provoke you. Doing so will hurt steem a lot more than anyone else. Please follow through with your threats! :D

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What I didn't understand was that the value of some new acquisition
wasn't the difference between its retail price and what I paid for it.
It was the value I derived from it. Stuff is an extremely illiquid
asset. Unless you have some plan for selling that valuable thing you got
so cheaply, what difference does it make what it's "worth?" The only way
you're ever going to extract any value from it is to use it. And if you
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