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Will you quit your job and be Full Time Steemian?
If given a chance Will you quit your job and be Full Time Steemian, and why?
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I enjoy being on Steemit. I meet new friends, I get to write about the things I like. Join some discussions and contests. I also learn new things from the posts I read. This is becoming more of a lifestyle and I earn on the side. Now that does not sound like a job to me anymore. Having said that, No I will not quit any job.
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Yes, I probably could. Depends on how Steemit fares in the remaining half of this year. I am equally looking at the possibility of investing more in steem power or liquid steem when the price is low, and then hodling to sell when there is a bull run.

However, quitting ones job to rely on steemit should be something thought out carefully and wisely else you may end up eating sand just to survive!!
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Things would have to change pretty drastically before that would even be an option for me. Right now some people can make a living one week, but not the next week. If we get a rather stable price, then sure, I guess I could try it. But I'm far away from a point where I would be comfortable with quitting my job for Steem.
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I think for a full time steemian job you need a good reputation and atleast $10000 worth of investment in Steem SBD or steem, this will be used for upvoting blog posts with vote bots, even if your content is great without this investment your blog will be lost in the crowd unfortunately.
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If I earned enough from Steem for me to not need to work, why not. This is fun. But I wouldn't dare quit my job unless I earned enough in liquid rewards to cover my living expenses. Also, I'd have to have at least two years' living expenses saved up for me to be able to weather bear markets without having to power down. The price of Steem would have to be much higher than now.

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A number of people claimed to have done this when the price of Steem was very high just after Christmas. Its very risky as the price of Steem is so volatile but there is no reason that income produced by Steeming couldn't be a big part of a diverse range of online activities all earning a little money.
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Will i quit?

I recently quit my Drone Pilot job back in February and havent been working a "regular" job since. I still make money freelancing here and there but I can say the bulk of my income comes for Power Down of my account.

It does help that it's stupid cheap to live where i live plus I live with my "babushka" so i practically can survive of Good Boy Points if i want.

I dont plan to rely fully on Steem though. It's always wise to diversify one's income and living where i live now doesnt give me much prospect. A change is imminent.
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Steemit I consider as a medium that can accommodate my desire to share knowledge. The gift from upvote is not my target, if I can not refuse it either. For now steemit still to fill my spare time I do not know fore. Leaving a job for full time in stemit I have never thought about, and there is no desire to do so. If we can divide the time, work and steemit both we can do.
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in 10 years i may be able to completely rely on steem but not now. for me to be able to survive on steem i would need about 300k steem power at current prices. or the prices wil have to jump really high before we even consider doing that.

the delegation should be able to provide about $3000 worth tokens each month before we call it serious income. right now we get pennies but alot can happen in 10 years.
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I don't see steemit as a full time job, more like as a complementary income which at this moment happens to pay way better than what my real life job does. And even if I start making some serious serious $ on steemit I'd prefer to keep my job just in case :)
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I would definitely be able to leave my Steemit service, but for this I suppose Steemit should be very stable and reach a minimum of $ 10. Anyway in general the money you earn online reinvests in several projects. If you win good money from Steemit, the money you earn must be reinvested to have more income sources. You can not rely on only a source of income. I hope you look for other sources outside the job. Even the live service can be lost .
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i will if i am able to earn 200 dollar in a month because if i became full time steemian then i will able to spend whole quality time at it
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Crypto is never stable.

Everything can happen, keep your jobs unless you got an 20$ vote for yourself every couple of hours :D
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Hopefully one day, with more and more apps supporting the users of Steemit as time goes on it looks like it will be easier for someone to spend a full day on Steemit doing what they love!

Just like anything though it takes hard work and patience to get there. Getting your own Steem Power up is the hardest part.
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Well i'm on vacation so i don't go outside of my house to have fun with friends and other things like that , but i enjoy being here within this huge community to make myself a part of it and grow bigger and bigger so i don't have to work under someone becuase i'll be a boss myself here when i have lot of potential to work here
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Only steemit pay me enough to quit the job
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I consider steemit as a medium that can accommodate my desire to share knowledge. The gift from upvote is not my target, if I can not refuse it either. For now steemit is still to fill my leisure time. I do not know in the future. Leaving a job for full time in stemit I have never thought about, and there is no desire to do so. If we can divide the time between work and steemit both we can do.
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I don't think that's possible right now, but if given the chance and the crypto market is good condition then I would consider it.

My full-time job is sort of my protection whenever the market is down, so even though I wish to be full-time Steemian, it wont be a wise option right now.

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