Steem is several years old now, it's a blockchain based social networking eco-system that pays you to post and comment - plus has a plethora of aother benefits. Despite it's greatness, it has also had it's fair share of problems, but a recent update to the network appears to have made a big shift towards balance, fairness and could be just what the world has needed to be added to Steem. The Steem community now has a way to combat vote selling via free downvotes and also pays much more rewards to curators, meaning that the best posts (subjectively) now stand a much better chance of gaining exposure organically due to manual, community driven upvoting.
In this video I take you on a quick journey through some of the changes and my thoughts on the present state of Steem. If you've never used Steem you can get a great intro here and if you used Steem in the past then maybe these changes will motivate you to drop by and have another play. :)
Wishing you well,