Busy.org is one of the best ways to post on the STEEM blockchain. The open-source project is an alternative Steemit user interface. Steemit.com is the most well known website or block explorer and is just one way to interact with the STEEM blockchain. Front-end interfaces allow users to see notifications for mentions, new followers, comments, and upvotes.
Other STEEM block explorers and apps: ESteem.ws (designed for mobile), D.Tube, DSound, Zappl, and DMania.lol
Awesome Features On Busy.org – The Best Steemit User Interface
The STEEM price is featured on the side in a very clean interface. Vote power and upvote worth are also seen on the account homepage. Posting is made easy with their built in editor, wherein you can save multiple draft posts. Users can get a free upvote from the Busy account for using the busy tag.
Busy created its own page to monitor your activity, you can easily filter by criteria that you specify. You can also easily search through your historical activity
Whenever a post is about a specific cryptocurrency, Busy.org will recognize the crypto name of the coin and list the current price to the left of the page.
Busy now has a referral program. You can find your shareable link in the settings on Busy. You can share it to receive a 10% of post rewards for 1 month from the new Steemians who you bring on.
More About Busy:
At Busy.org, “we believe in wisdom of the crowd, open decision-making, taking a collaborative and transparent approach, that’s why all our work is open source. Everyone is free to contribute, by all appropriate means to accomplish our mission. Not only coders but also designers, writers, translators, testers, marketers, advisors, etc. We’re partnering with @utopian.io to incentivize and reward open source contributions on Busy.org.” (Check on Utopian)
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