Go Hive Fund: https://steem.blog

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Steem has gone to Hive https://hive.io/

If you wonder why my posts are not visible on Steemit it's because of censorship applied to both condenser (software running on steemit (dot) com) and to hivemind which is part of API endpoint.

If none of current active Steem witnesses cares about core values of Steem, I see no point paying for that with my actions or lack of thereof. I'm going to use my rshares to allocate rewards from pool to what I consider best use to keep Steem values alive.
That is Hive. Fund is an appreciation tip for the efforts spent on moving to Hive and making it greater than Steem ever was and ever will be.
Of course as Steem user you are free to agree or disagree with my efforts. I will return the favor.

You can still browse my posts using Hive.
Try either of this:

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