Steem members have come out with mixed responses on Justin Sun’s acquisition of their platform. Some of them took to Steemit to back Justin Sun while others are calling for a “fork”. But fork from what? The fact of the matter is, Tron and Steemit team members have clarified that there’s no immediate change over to Tron blockchain, although the direction is unclear. It’s important to note that Justin Sun has reconfirmed the current team will stay and collaborate with Tron devs. Which, in uncertain terms, is a confirmation that there’s no major changes round the corner and Sun wants to focus on a collaborative approach.
@andrarchy: I believe that we have not yet scratched the surface of Steem’s transformative potential, and nothing is more important to me than working with you all, the community, and my Steemit teammates to reach that potential.
@blockbrothers: Witnesses should know that it’s impossible to just copy a blockchain like Steem and paste it onto Tron. Witnesses should be calm and assertive and act like leaders until they have the facts. You can’t go around creating FUD.
@jaguarforce: We didn’t invest years of our time to be migrated to a shitchain run by a shil…Let’s show Justin what a PR nightmare we can be if he continues on this path. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the time to fight the good fight. Lets go!
@taskmaster44500: It looks like business as usual for the Steemit Inc team and the community at large. The big difference is there is a new owner.
@steempress: As a Steem witness, we want to ensure that the expectations of the community are represented and fought for. Our current user base and stakeholders have stayed with Steem through a long bear market looking forward to the promises that were made to them in the form of communities, SMTs, and the other core values of Steem.