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January 17, 2020, 05:35:43 AM
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January 17, 2020, 06:48:50 AM
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None as far as I know, and if there were one, it's very likely that it's going to have very very few users. Social media on a blockchain is pretty unnecessary in my opinion. Not everything needs to be on a blockchain, and better yet, not everything needs to have it's own cryptocurrency.

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January 17, 2020, 07:43:00 AM
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There were projects like that based on blockchain but didn't really took the attention of the users. They even added a feature of paying per post but it's no use.

I think most of the users doesn't want to get on new projects like that because it's not essential anymore if we have a working one and there's already a community that's been built.

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January 17, 2020, 01:09:40 PM
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Is there a Block chain based reddit alternative?
You could try steemit. It is said to be distrupting the reddit ecosystem to this new blockchain based thing, but just like all other altcoin projects out there it could not do anything useful and more or less a shitcoin now.

Moreover there are some signs that steem might be a ponzi scheme and there are premined coins held by the developers. Also you need to promote your own content to get get paid for it. Its like a circlejerk and almost begs you to buy steemdollars to feature your content for more SBD. Not something that I like personally but since you asked, I answered.

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January 17, 2020, 05:05:28 PM
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You could try steemit. It is said to be distrupting the reddit ecosystem to this new blockchain based thing, but just like all other altcoin projects out there it could not do anything useful and more or less a shitcoin now.

Welp, disclaimer disclaimer: it didn't disrupt crap. I gave it a chance more than a year ago, and for some reason crappy memes that I've seen a hundred times on the internet are getting upvoted to the top, while actual good content doesn't get that much feedback unless the poster is a famous YouTube "iNfLuEnCeR" or something. It's safe to assume that there are account farms there aswell, created to pump certain posts to the top. Quitted that platform in less than 2 days.

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January 19, 2020, 02:46:43 AM
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Are two platforms but rather than being alternative to reddit they are medium clones where you post articles.
Havent seen any true blockchain based reddit alternatives so far, any clones that might come up in future will just have their own token for upvote or to credit creators rather than publishing content on true blockchain because it will be very expensive to run and space consuming.

 
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January 19, 2020, 03:28:37 AM
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Is there a Block chain based reddit alternative?

last day there was a user ask for steemit alternative and now i see this  , you are asking for reddit alternative  ? i forgot its username but are you the same guy last time  ?  cause steemit and reddit are seemlesly simillar to each other but the only difference is that steemit is crypto based and reddit isnt  . anyway like most users suggested   , you can try steemit and also publish0x     .  i havent visited punlish0x yet but they see it was also a steemit alternative  .
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