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RE: I am the wolf in sheep's clothing

in #hive7 months ago

Ok, that is what I had recorded in the ol' memory bank.
Reverse auction rewards go the biggest receivers of rewards and are not burned.

that's a good thing as it means more curation rewards are burned in the reverse auction.

That had me confused.

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Yes, here is a good example.

The other day I was looking at a post that was $36, with 50/50 rewards that is $18 for the author and $18 for the curators. The final numbers were more like $18 to author and $13 to curators due to the reverse auction.

Can you point me to where I track who takes the most out of the pool?

@statsmonkey used to show the top 10 votes taking ~25% of the daily rewards, is somebody tracking those numbers?

The reason I ask is about how the reward from the reverse auction, and flags, goes mostly to the top earners.

Is there somewhere I can see what percentage of the pool is going to whom, and in what proportion?

Or do I just need to learn/purchase code scripts to pull it myself?

@dalz does a lot of reports that show this information, I highly recommend following him if you have any interest.

I can generally pull any information as needed but he does publish a lot of this information regularlly.

Yes, I have him on one of my autovoters.

Can I get that data without an sql subscription?

Thanks, I found that post of dalz's, it was pretty complete.

I'm also wondering how much that first curator returns to the fortunate few.

I forget the exact numbers, but the first few (I believe five) curators have an advantage of earning more rshares than their stake allows, but they also give up the largest portion to the reverse auction. I never actually checked this or looked at the code related to it, but it is what I always heard in the past.

So, if I have a .01 immediate vote, what does that do to subsequent votes?
If that first votes sends nearly everything back, how much of the large vote is lost to that?

To you as an author, it makes no difference. To the curator who votes they will lose nearly all their curation rewards for voting immediately.

If I vote on a post at 0 min + 1 block I will forfeit nearly 100% of my curation rewards but the author would get the full author share. If I vote that same post at 5 mins I would not forfeit any of my rewards but I will get less curation as many people voted before me and I can’t earn curation on any vote unless it is after mine.

There is a compromise that needs to be made. How much? Varies every post.

To you as an author, it makes no difference.

Well, if I cared nothing of my curators, maybe,...

I'm not worried about the money I am getting, I would have to go back to using FBA if I were, only the money that is getting pocketed from the pockets of folks that really need it.

When large accounts take out, literally, thousands of usd each month, it comes from the pennies that the poor would have gotten, but now can't get because the gaping maws of some folks, most of the largest earners here, needed it more.

If I vote on a post at 0 min + 1 block I will forfeit nearly 100% of my curation rewards but the author would get the full author share. If I vote that same post at 5 mins I would not forfeit any of my rewards but I will get less curation as many people voted before me and I can’t earn curation on any vote unless it is after mine.

Allow me to clarify my question.

If I have a .01 initial vote at nearly 0 minutes, how is the 3htu vote that comes in later, after the window closes, affected by that?

That vote clearly won't get its 1.5htu because there were votes before it.
Where does that .01 top out at?
What percentage of that larger vote goes back to the trending authors?

I know curation can be used to deny rewards to my voters, my question is of the impact of small immediate votes on the return of later voters.
Is it large enough to be concerning, or inconsequential?

Curation is a broad, blank area of how to play this game.
Not much light has been shined on it since I got here, that I recall.

Generally it makes almost no difference as it is so small.

Ok, so that .01 vote only pulls so much from the curation pool, even with the early voting curve.
I sure would like to see that broke down like this.

Did we run that guy off?