Seven months have passed since I joined Steem. All these months I was doing Steemit full-time. I know it doesn't match up when you look at my account activities and balances. I haven't posted much, only commented when required. I spent most of my time reading about the blockchain, learning how it works, how others are using it and how can I use it.
Now I have around 880 SP and a reputation of 60 which was a dream when I joined. I am writing this post to thank all those who supported me throughout my journey.
Thank you @utopian-io, if you were not there I might not be here writing this post. You are the highest contributor to my SP. Few weeks after joining, I read about the utopian-io initiative that they were rewarding opensource contributors. But I didn't know that only contributions from their website get rewards. I posted this tutorial from steemit.com and unsurprisingly got no support. Yes, I am dumb. 😂
Thank you @abh12345 for supporting me and @noblebot from its first day. Without your support running the bot, and gaining community support was not possible. From the last few weeks, @noblebot is having problems with nodes and not working as it should. Things are starting to look better though.
Thank you to everyone I forgot to mention in this post. Please know that I appreciate what you have done.
I am currently delegating 50 SP each to 3 of the most active persons from Steemit Bangladesh Discord server. They are putting so much time into helping newbies from Bangladesh, so they deserved some recognition. I'll reconsider the delegations every 2 weeks after the first month.
I know it is not much but I also know how it feels. So, you guys got a little appreciation from me. Keep supporting those newbies. :)
When I joined Steem I knew someday the real life will kick in hard. For the time being, I need to focus more on real life. So, from now on I'll only manage projects I have done and complete current projects until I can manage more time.
I'll just post less often, comment less often but this is not a goodbye.
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