As some of you might already know, I am a sucker for numbers and data. One reason as to why I started my monthly Steem progress report is to track my progress on this platform while subtly comparing how I am doing well against the 1 million Steem accounts.
According to my last monthly Steem progress report, I managed to increase my SP from 1810 to 2006, an increase of +196 from December 28 2018 to Jan 28 2019.
But what if we want to know specific details to this increase. How much Steem Power did we get from writing posts? How much SP did we get from curating/upvoting other people's content? Or how much liquid Steem and SBD have we really gotten for the whole month? It's kinda hard to track all this things until now... (Well not really now but I just found this tool this week, So..) XD
Introducing Accusta - Account Statistics Service!
Well to put it simply, Accusta is an account statistics service for the Steem Blockchain which was created and developed by @semasping. And it seems that this tool has been going on for over a year now as I managed to dig up their introductory post: Introduction of new service 'Statistic of steemit Accounts' - [Accusta]
All you need to do is input your (or someone else's) account name and Ta~Dahhh! Behold your numbers! XD
And as an example here is mine:
It seems I have now accumulated 1317.739 SBD, 785.401 STEEM and 1613.042 Steem Power from my 13month journey on this platform.
I know that might seem a lot of liquid SBD and Steem to some, but it is worth to note here that I did use some bidbots during my first 5-6 months on this platform for increase visibility. (Heh! XD). My strategy back then was to use the liquid rewards I got from my previous posts to boost my next blog post until September of last year where I stopped using bidbots.
As for this month (January 2019), I got 10.683 SBD, 138.77 STEEM and 167.191 SP as author rewards.
It even shows you a detailed summary of that one:
What I love about this tool though is that it shows you your total and monthly Curation rewards:
As seen below, it seems I've already made 57.08 Steem as SP just for upvoting other people's content and it seems I am gaining 8-10SP per month for curating contents. I don't have the numbers to back this up, but I think it is much profitable to keep your SP and just continue posting on things you really are interested on rather than delegating it to a bidbot or selling it through a vote subscription service. XD
To top it all off, it has a pretty cool filters for transaction history.
As an example, I'm gonna show you how much liquid Steem I've already withdrawn from this platform to pay for my monthly internet bills:
851.938 Steem/SBD (They kinda treat Steem and SBD the same but still pretty cool though XD) for my monthly internet bills. XD
So yeah! A pretty cool and useful tool for a quick statistics of one's account. XD