Blockchain social interaction is a really new thing. It's only around 2 or so years old so many users are unfamiliar with this new form of social interaction. See, the blockchain isn't free, neither are smoke accounts. Currently Smoke.io, the Smoke blockchain front end provides these free accounts, just like the one myself and most users are enjoying.
Smoke.io was nice enough to give out these accounts at no US dollar cost to the end user. But, these accounts are not free, they have a real USD cost, currently at $0.21USD, as Smoke.io the front end vests 4.20 Smoke Power to each new user for their ability to transact freely with the blockchain.
New users should treat accounts as a valuable investment, even just starting off.
Lets go over some common misconceptions. As well as a quick etiquette guide.
- Smoke.io is a website like Facebook
This isn't true. Smoke.io is a front end to a revolutionary Graphene Blockchain.
- Smoke.io is a way to get rich quick
False, Earning profits can be achieved just like say, Creators do on YouTube, but not all creators are profitable on YouTube, and not all will be on the Smoke blockchain.
Help new users, when you help new users you ensure the Blockchain's longevity and growth.
Never ask about why you don't receive votes. This tactic, often used by people within Graphene blockcahins and will only set your earnings back. Network, find new groups of people you can learn from and these very people may even be interested to guide you or critique your content.
Build lasting relationships within the blockchain itself.
Bidbots tend to harm blockchain investment if not used and advertised properly. Consider any bidbot or "paid vote" strictly a promotion. My position, I refrain from using them.
Attacking legitimate content because of disagreement isn't a good for long term growth. Sometimes the blockchain is not the best place to hash out problems, maybe you could use other means and methods to build forms of commutation to avoid flag wars, or other negative things that may occur during your time inside the blockchain.
No follow for following. Asking people to follow you tends to create an awkward social interaction, I would always refrain from this. Telling a user that you followed them because they had great content, is complete fine.
Some helpful tricks to get better traction.
Comment, but comment upon content you can relate with and have a connection. The longer comments can sometimes connect more with people. Posting more comments (especially if lower quality) is not always merrier.
Interact with users who have similar interest to you, but also try to branch out communities you normally would not.
Store your keys safely. NEVER give your master key to anyone for any reason.
Thank you for checking out my etiquette guide. I encourage engagement, leave a comment if you would like to add your opinions on the kind of behavior you would like to enjoy interacting with.