The Witness Activity Report for 3/25/18 - 3/31/18.

in steemit •  5 months ago

This list represents the top 50 witnesses and their activity for this last week.
Note: This first report is a bit behind schedule.

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  • N = The witness slot they currently hold. The top 19+1 are active witnesses and currently have nodes that are keeping this blockchain running.
  • The Steemit account for the witness. Click on the link to go to their account.
  • BD = Bot delegations. If they delegate ANY SP to a bidbot (or run a bidbot) then it is noted.
  • To = Steem or SBD they have sent to bidbots or promotional tools during this week.
  • From = Steem or SBD they have received from bidbots. This may be refunds for bids not accepted, payments for their delegations to the bots and/or payment for vote selling via bots.
  • P = The number of Posts they made during the week.
  • C = The number of Comments (or replies) they made during the week.
  • V = The number of votes they cast during the week (not including self voting).
NAccountBDToFromPCV
1@jesta-00189
2@gtg-00137148
3@roelandp-00011748
4@good-karma-00217766
5@timcliff-00131179
6@someguy123Bots068000
7@ausbitbankBots04061264
8@netuoso-0012014
9@clayop-0026454
10@thecryptodriveBots037101427
11@anyx-0003612
12@blocktradesBots46361213
13@aggroedBots018127310
14@smooth.witness-000011
15@lukestokes.mhth-024000
16@followbtcnews-3012424
17@pharesim-000128820
18@xeldal-0169800196
19@jerrybanfieldBots0228601052
20@pfunk-00024333
21@furionBots04000
22@riverhead-00010
23@curie-00322641
24@liondani-0015124
25@busy.witness-00000
26@cervantes-002514415
27@drakos-155032204
28@utopian-io-002369442
29@bhuz-000197
30@teamsteem-00017924
31@yabapmattBots149414666
32@wackou-0013963
33@klye-0061635
34@abit-0012191
35@blockbrothers-00010
36@ihashfury-00002
37@aizensou-0000604
38@reggaemuffinBots070805240
39@fyrst-witness-001074
40@therealwolfBots124251169179
41@ocd-witness-00000
42@steemed-00000
43@prc-00016
44@patriceBots05149101
45@rival-00651291
46@nextgencrypto-0000201
47@themarkymark-119319151285176
48@delegate.lafona-00000
49@joseph-00153649
50@liberosist-00002554

Why should I care about any of this?

Simple, If you love Steemit or even hope it sticks around, then you REALLY need to get know these witnesses and what they are doing. These people are not only running active nodes that keep the blockchain spinning, they are the very folks that can and do make adjustments and decisions that directly effect both the current way the blockchain operates and what it might look like down the road.

If you feel there are changes that need to be made, then these are the Steemian's that need to know.

They will and do make the final decisions.

So why do I care about their activity?

A witness that is active on the platform is very likely to be in tune with what works well and what does not. All witnesses in the top 20 get paid very well! They certainly do not need to post or comment to make SP, but when they are active, it certainly is a sign they are involved -- most likely because they truly want to be to be.

Do you feel that bots and the exponential growth of these promotional tools may have a negative effect on the health of our platform?

Take a look at the list and see who is involved with these tools and see if these figures are acceptable to you? Is any involvement at all acceptable? --- This is for you to decide.

You can see that several witnesses get a great deal of revenue from bidbots while some have elected not to be in that financial space.

Why do some witnesses have SO many votes?

Many witnesses sell or give away the voting power. If you see a lot of votes and also a lot of revenue in the "From" column, then this witness probably sells their votes. For those with a high vote count and no bot revenue, then they probably give their voting power to curators or other non-profit causes. It is easy enough to find out, simply click on their link and see what they are up to.

Please note: Due to the complexity of this data, it is very possible not all factors have been taken into considerations and therefor future reports may require more filtering. This is simply the first rendition of this activity report, I'm sure it will mature somewhat each week.

One example of this complexity, is that some witnesses have a "Witness" account and a separate account for themselves. So, such an account may show NO activity, yet the witness may be very active on the platform using another account.

You have the power to make a difference by voting for witnesses that share your concepts for a great platform.

Please do a little research and vote! Voting takes only a few seconds!!

You might also consider giving @bycoleman your proxy (bottom of the witness voting form).

I will gladly accept it and do my very best to vote on your behalf, for witnesses I believe have the best concepts and goals that are most likely to lead to long term stability and growth of our platform and blockchain.

I plan to make getting to know these decision makers a top priority. I hope you do too!

https://steemit.com/~witnesses

Please help support this information stream by upvoting this post if you found it informative.

Blessing!!

@bycoleman
https://ColemanAir.us

Craig

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Yes, in my opinion you have included all aspects in this post regarding Witness System and it's important for everyone to understand our top level shelter, top lever shelter because they are the backbone of Steem Blockchain, so analyse then choose. Thanks for sharing and wishing you an great day. Stay blessed. 🙂

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Thank you.

Blessings!

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Welcome. 🙂

Interesting info, Any idea how the witnesses got decided in the beginning and how often new ones get selected in?

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Not sure how the first group was selected, I recall reading it somewhere, but I have no idea where.
The whitepaper has details on this.

You might find this interesting, I just found it and it is very well done.

https://steemit.com/stats/@eroche/steem-get-to-know-the-witnesses-part-1

This still remains a difficult subject. For example, roelandp is quite active with some apps/websites and he organizes Steemfest. Those kind of activities are not caught in such a table.

I'm curious to know who you will vote for as witnesses? And why?

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You are exactly correct on the activity. I'm going to try to put a summary together later down the road on some of the projects and activities of these witnesses.

I used this list as a starting point in my current voting and did end up voting for @roelandp.

I'll publish my complete list once I have selected all 30. So far I'm only 1/2 way through.

Thanks for information. Great post of steemit.

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Hi. If I assign you as proxy is there a limit I can set for you like say 10 witnesses out of the 30? What if my 30 slots have already been filled by both you and me and I suddenly decide I want to include a new one in my list can I replace your vote? I have 24 slots remaining. I can give you proxy for 12 of these. Sorry but am not yet up to speed on this one so am not familiar with the procedure.

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When you assign a proxy, your selections are completely reset to whatever I have voted on. You do not have the ability to give a partial proxy.

Don't give me a proxy unless you do not want to vote at all.

I'm going to spend a few days on a new bot, then I plan to get back to the witnesses and who I am supporting and why.

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Okay then. I'll wait for your list before I decide. Thanks for the heads up on partial proxy.