Dying Steem vs Thriving Hive Development
If you will visit their Github, you can find this yearly graph of development that stated the report in a year. We can clearly see that the last contribution on Steem was 2020, we can say it is a slowly dying blockchain because of a lack of improvement.
March 20, 2020 was the most important date in the name of decentralization, the day we fork from centralized Steem to a pure decentralized community on Hive. Today we're making a comparison in terms of the code development aspect of Hive vs Steem
We will now compare it on the development of Hive which we can visit on this link. https://gitlab.syncad.com/hive/hive-js/-/graphs/master/charts. I am happy to report to you that, unlike Steem, Hive is alive far better than what we have seen on the Steem.
The contributions are made on Gitlab, which is using different interface from Github.
If you have more insight about the topic, I will be happy to hear it and get corrected but as far as I am concerned when I visit the Steemit.com landing page which I rarely be doing, the user experience is not appealing to me.
Personally, I won't put a single dime on Steem because they have a bad record of stealing user's funds. The latest episode of this drama is when @bittrex just favors the steal of Justin Sun from the community. The post of @themarkymark has details about it
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