I tweet about Leofinance and by extension, Hive every single day. Sometimes it is through post links and other times, it is just normal tweets like the fanboy I am.
I think I get encountered on a daily basis about how or what goes on in Leo. Some questions are hard to answer while others aren't that hard. Take this one below for example;
I can't for the life of me, give a straight answer to this question considering how this place works.
I think this is the annoying part about marketing something with money at the forefront. People tend to focus on the money and only ask questions related to it.
I generally give vague answers to the questions, rather than be specific. You can check my answer in the tweet. Also, if you have a better answer, please drop a response under his tweet.
Here's yet another question that seems simple on the outside but in reality, could be a bit of a chore to answer. I haven't dropped any response to it yet but I'd be glad if I could get suggestions on what to say.
He wants to know "how it works" and by that, he means "how do you get money out?" I now have to ask myself if he knows about crypto trading and all that stuff.
The fun ones
On the other hand, I had a productive conversation with a different acquaintance of mine who showed genuine interest in participating in Leo.
He's an upcoming animator and we'll be collaborating to make Leo worthy cartoons. The plan is to embed humour into an informative piece.
I told him to feel his way around Hive and just get a hang of how it works. I explained the potential and how big it is and he seemed interested.
His initial interest was just to capitalise on the pump and dump of the market but after our conversation about Hive and the massive potential of being an early adopter of a tech that will be a world-beater, he decided to join us.
The last we spoke, I think he said he's working on his introduction. I'm excited about this guy because he's a bag of talent. He does music, photography, videography, designs art and added animation to his arsenal. He'd be a fine addition to the community and once he gets a hang of it, he'll be completely Leonated.
What about you though? Do you have friends and family you're telling about Leo? What are the difficulties you're experiencing with them? Anything else to add to the conversation? Hit the comment section.
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