Ripple CTO David Schwartz Holds AMA on Quora: Top XRP ‘Question the Answers’ Tell All?
David Schwartz, the CTO of Ripple, is currently holding an AMA (ask-me-anything) on Quora. Several questions have already been asked. People have asked very interesting questions about the crypto markets, XRP and regulations.
David Schwartz Holds AMA on Quora
Different crypto figures, developers and creators tend to hold AMA sessions on social media as a way to directly interact with other individuals and the community. At the same time, there are many new improvements and developments that Ripple is currently undertaking and that will increase crypto adoption.
One of the things that David Shwartz shared with his followers on Twitter is the fact that one of his answers has been deleted by Quora Moderation. A user asked What would happen if an individual decides to get a trademarked logo tattooed on its body and showed it to the company’s legal team.
Mr. Schwartz shared the answer on Twitter. Apparently, if that happens, the tattoo would have to be
“delivered for destruction.”
— David Schwartz (@JoelKatz) March 21, 2019
In general, Quora does not seem to like joke answers. Quora has different users from all over the world that usually tend to answer very hilarious things. In order to keep the platform attractive, Quora is not accepting these joke answers anymore. To do so, Quora is currently using an AI-driven moderation technology that filters content that can be considered illegal. The intention is to avoid having terrorist comments or hate speech.
There is another issue related to EU regulation. The EU proposed new rules to prevent terrorist content to spread on the internet. The new laws expect platforms to impose measures to block content that is considered illegal.
User-generated content generates visitors that spend time on the sites for the comments. There are many things to learn from the comment section. It is worth mentioning that comments push people to think critically rather than believing in everything we see.
There could also be blockchain platforms that operate without having a centralized authority monitoring and controlling the posts that people uploads. However, this does not mean that there will be no filters to upload content.