In the past few hours Steemit has been in an uproar. Over this post,
Streemian has used its customers accounts to promote an announcement that the service will be revived. Ironically this move is likely to cost them their customer base as there is currently a viable alternative SteemAuto.
In the comments section you can see the unhappyness,
This was not even done as a benefit to the Steemit Streemian account, but the chainsquad one.
- I would recommend to use SteemConnect to revoke your keys allocated to Streemian using the link,
- It would cost you the rewards from the post, but consider unvoting the post
- Finally consider a flag, this will cost you some voting power, but it always possible to flag with a 1% to show protest against this behaviour
It is a consulting company in the blockchain space that produce open-source libraries on github for bitshares and steemit. It is highly likely they are getting paid for their work by the developers of steemit/bitshares so they would not need the money. This move was either motivated purely by greed or customer relations are clearly not their forte.
There you have it, if you were on Streemian at any time, revoke their permissions at the least.
Be well, be warned and... Steem On!!!
It has come to my attention that voting power was used on another post
My vote wasn't here, but I have heard some did upvote that post. I guess the free Streemian service wasn't working properly that time