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RE: STEMGeeks: The Next Tribe With Huge Potential

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I was thinking about spending some time in there. I'm an engineer and might be able to keep up. But I have a friend who is a high school math teacher that I was thinking I should tell about it. She NEEDS some more money and this might be something she would be interested in.

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Without a doubt. It is rather sparsely filled out the moment and there are a few holders of large amounts of tokens. This makes their curation extremely profitable. They are looking for good content.

Might be a way to help that community forward. As we see in Marky's post, the tokeneconomics is very aggressive. What they need most is growth.

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Can I just get there via LeoFinance or do they have their own front end?

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stemgeeks.net is their front end.

You can use Leofinance although it might drift outside of Leo's realm depending upon what you are writing about.

Plus, Stemgeeks has a stiff "tax" for posting from other interfaces, 50% of STEM author rewards. Thus, it is far more profitable to use the Stemgeeks interface. If the article does apply to leofinance, just use that tag in your post from stemgeeks.

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Thanks!

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