Steem-Engine and my Tribe tokens
Last week, @anomadsoul reminded me that that liquid rewards from the @actifit n @blocktrades competition Post that I've been doing each week for the past 3 months was to fund the prize of a Steem Fest ticket and accommodation for one lucky Steemian. I'd totally forgot and have been powering up almost everything for months now, and so it was a bit of a shock to have to find around 1000 STEEM.
Initially I thought'd I'd need to power-down a week, but I got there though mainly with the help of what was in my Steem Engine account. And so that made me think, how much have I been sending that way / how much has been pulled out / how much has everyone deposited and withdrawn. Time for a little nosy.
The chart above shows the daily transfer totals, to and from 'steem-peg'. I've excluded 'steem-peg' sending to/from 'steem-peg', but everything else is there. Unfortunately, the chart doesn't look so brill thanks to a couple of days where the transfers from 'steem-peg' were pretty big. The busiest day was on the 22nd of August where 516,000 STEEM was moved out of Steem Engine - 495,000 of that went to 'sct-wallet'. I didn't delve too much into that account but did notice that it's taken over 13,000 STEEM in the last 30 days in beneficiaries alone. Damn!
The second largest withdrawal was on the 28th June, just over 400,000 STEEM with 396,0000 of that going to 'sct.bank'. This was delegated to 'sct.voter' until the 19th of this month, but has since been returned.
Excluding 'steem-peg' transferring to/from 'steem-peg', between the 12 February 2019 and 24th September 2019, 4,601,543 STEEM has been sent to Steem-Engine and 3,843,336 has been withdrawn. I've seen a couple of people mention Steem-Engine devaluing Steem - if there is 750,000 STEEM in S-E somewhere, in my opinion that's not a big deal. And if just one of the Tribes could kick off a major on-boarding effort, this would go some way to balancing the books.
Even though I now have approximately 45435 accounts for Tribe-related purposes, 'all' my deposits and withdrawals to 'steem-peg' (Steem Engine) have been via my main account. The numbers tell me I've sent 2170 STEEM to 'steem-peg', and taken 876 out - 1294 'in' to Steem Engine is the final figure. My initial feeling is that this isn't so bad, but without taking a look at some of my Tribe token holdings, who knows......
Below is a table of the main liquid holdings across my tribe accounts (valued over 10 STEEM), and their current value (at 25/09/2019) in STEEM.
|Token||Amount||Status||Value in STEEM|
* Would have trouble shifting for that amount
The above totals 955 STEEM, but if I tried to sell the lot right now I think 850 STEEM would be closer to the mark - which if that was the case would leave me 400 STEEM short of the total investment into Steem Engine. But there are more tokens - all these are staked though and so the numbers don't really mean that much and are here for me to look back on (and cry, or cheer) in the future.
|Token||Amount||Status||Value in STEEM|
8965 STEEM worth of staked Tribe tokens.
At face value, that 400 or so STEEM I'm short on the In/Out of Steem Engine looks pretty good, but as these tokens are staked (some taking 9 months to fully un-stake), what's more important is how they are fairing as far as curation rewards - although, I do need to sell and not stake, which hasn't been happening much at all.
Perhaps I should do a week where I sell everything earned in the tribes and see what that total is?
And then there are these monster card thingies:
Part of me wants to offload my Splinterlands cards - 14000 STEEM would put me well on the way to Orca, but I do have FOMO here and faith that Yabap can work his magic. We will see what happens.
In other news, work is still a load of crap and taking up far too much of my Steem time. But at less than 14 cents a token, most of us don't really have much choice.