In Bitcoin, miners are of course the individuals who provide servers for processing transactions. But in Musing, the content creators are the miners, and by creating good content, these users will earn tokens. In doing this, we create a type of decentralized system that powers itself with the incentives given to individuals who share knowledge. What makes Musing unique from social dApps in the past, such as the Steem blockchain, is how it rewards content creators. Prior applications like Steem reward users by rewarding their individual posts whenever those posts receive upvotes. But in user-generated content apps in general, the highest number of requests come from upvotes. For example, in Reddit, the ratio of upvotes to comments is about 10 to 1. What this means is that there are drastically high TPS requirements for social dApps due to needing to store upvotes on the blockchain. What we propose in Musing is, essentially, a staking mechanism to reward users. Users with any amount of stake have the ability to select a user or group of users who they wish to be rewarded by the system with newly minted coins. Every day, there is a given reward pool of new tokens. The more of these staked votes a content creator has on his account, the larger his or her share of the reward pool is. Additionally, the users who stake their coins will also earn a portion of rewards from the reward pool.