Steem SMT and BAT


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#2

I just had an idea and wanted to make a suggestion, I don’t know the technical ramifications of this or how complicated it might be, it’s just an idea.

The Steem blockchain has just started issuing Smart Media Tokens that work similar to ERC20 on Ethereum. Since Steem is offering a service for media web sites to make use of their block chain it came to my mind that Steem and BAT will be working side-by-side or even in conjunction at times. So I was wondering if you could use the Steem SMT format and create a bridge so that users could transfer Steem and BAT back and forth fee free. I would love to have the ability to convert the Steem that I earn easily into BAT so that I could use it in my browser for other things. Conversely, if I had a lot of BAT in my Browser or Uphold wallet I would love to be able to convert it into Steem or Steem Power and start earning interest on it.

SMT on Steem

Thank you, I am loving my Steem Browser!


#3

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