Weekly Steem Stats Report - Monday, September 3, 2018

in steemit •  2 months ago

Welcome to my Steem Stats Report for Monday, September 3, 2018. All data comes directly from the Steem blockchain and is based on UTC time.

The format of the date fields is 'YYYYWW'.
I.e. 201823 is week 23 of 2018 (from Monday, June 4 to Sunday, June 10).

1. Weekly number of Posts (including comments)

DatePosts
201835681,444
201834701,319
201833742,227
201832758,407
201831790,175
201830806,378
201829820,191
201828845,492

2. Weekly number of votes

DateVotesPaid bot votesPercent bot votes
2018354,704,06329,6380.63%
2018344,701,37030,7000.65%
2018334,697,38231,1130.66%
2018324,777,33232,0790.67%
2018315,061,29635,9250.71%
2018304,754,22938,2830.81%
2018295,122,67641,9110.82%
2018284,915,65738,6460.79%

3. Daily accounts transacting (daily average per week)

A 'transacting account' is a Steem account that made at least one transaction on the Steem blockchain. This can be a vote, post, comment, transfer, power up or sbd conversion. Users who only read from the Steem blockchain without interacting are not included. The actual number of 'Active users' is therefore much higher than the accounts transacting.

DateAccounts transacting
20183554,380
20183454,585
20183355,692
20183256,017
20183157,053
20183057,746
20182957,984
20182856,918

4. Posts + Comments per post

DateAverage # commentsPosts
2018352.74182,209
2018342.65192,252
2018332.44215,878
2018322.54214,255
2018312.44229,917
2018302.43234,881
2018292.43238,778
2018282.54238,548

5. New accounts created

DateNew Accounts
2018351,393
2018342,281
20183315,163
2018321,727
2018314,347
20183015,336
2018293,048
2018282,718

6. Weekly Amount of Steem Powered UP & DOWN

DatePowered UPPowered DOWNDifference
2018351,867,945 STEEM1,081,349 STEEM786,596 STEEM
2018341,408,261 STEEM1,169,231 STEEM239,030 STEEM
2018331,083,414 STEEM1,141,082 STEEM-57,668 STEEM
2018321,276,850 STEEM1,236,725 STEEM40,125 STEEM
2018311,006,302 STEEM1,156,386 STEEM-150,084 STEEM
201830775,913 STEEM1,207,374 STEEM-431,461 STEEM
201829769,530 STEEM1,035,706 STEEM-266,176 STEEM
201828738,657 STEEM1,092,599 STEEM-353,942 STEEM
Average p/d1,508,612 STEEM1,727,084 STEEM-218,472 STEEM

Largest 'Power ups' last week

Date & TimeFromToSTEEM
Aug 31, 22:43@steemit2@misterdelegation1,000,000.000
Sep 2, 17:16@mastodont@mastodont57,930.310
Aug 29, 04:49@steemmonsters@steemmonsters50,000.000
Sep 2, 23:22@steemmonsters@steemmonsters30,000.000
Aug 27, 08:28@virus707@virus70726,985.102
Sep 2, 15:46@mastodont@mastodont23,884.107
Sep 2, 15:07@mastodont@mastodont17,180.988
Aug 30, 08:08@hr1@hr116,691.128
Sep 2, 14:03@done@done16,259.588
Aug 28, 00:12@done@done16,204.927

7. Weekly Steem Transfers from and to exchanges

Transfers from one exchange to another are excluded.

DateTransfers to exchangesWithdrawals from exchangesDifference
201835933,467 STEEM1,138,091 STEEM-204,625 STEEM
201834783,734 STEEM697,805 STEEM85,929 STEEM
201833662,315 STEEM772,379 STEEM-110,064 STEEM
201832669,798 STEEM1,023,845 STEEM-354,046 STEEM
201831782,253 STEEM665,932 STEEM116,321 STEEM
201830643,967 STEEM608,969 STEEM34,998 STEEM
2018291,020,755 STEEM380,520 STEEM640,234 STEEM
201828624,654 STEEM2,447,926 STEEM-1,823,272 STEEM

Deposits and withdrawals by exchange last week

ExchangeDepositsWithdrawalsDifference
Binance587,813 STEEM350,748 STEEM237,065 STEEM
Bithumb0 STEEM0 STEEM0 STEEM
Bittrex721,132 STEEM1,170,942 STEEM-449,810 STEEM
Poloniex20,983 STEEM79,791 STEEM-58,808 STEEM
Gopax17,400 STEEM54,340 STEEM-36,940 STEEM
Huobi250,738 STEEM99,532 STEEM151,207 STEEM
Openledger2,799 STEEM4,736 STEEM-1,937 STEEM
Upbit139,150 STEEM184,552 STEEM-45,401 STEEM

Largest transfers last week

Date & TimeFromToAmount
Aug 27, 05:56@bittrex@korbit2627,809.780 STEEM
Aug 27, 06:00@korbit2@korbit3624,999.900 STEEM
Sep 2, 17:04@albakerki@bittrex66,412.572 STEEM
Sep 2, 17:12@bittrex@mastodont57,930.310 STEEM
Aug 29, 03:20@alpha@bittrex50,000.000 STEEM
Aug 27, 21:20@deepcrypto8@binance-hot40,824.024 STEEM
Sep 2, 11:52@davidding@bittrex40,000.000 STEEM
Aug 27, 12:00@deepcrypto8@binance-hot34,181.159 STEEM
Aug 31, 03:31@yenlau@blocktrades33,687.501 STEEM
Aug 30, 18:03@bittrex@kham201831,374.610 STEEM

8. Steem Price Update



¯\___(ツ)____/¯ Follow me @penguinpablo for daily Steem statistics.

Authors get paid when people like you upvote their post.
If you enjoyed what you read here, create your account today and start earning FREE STEEM!
Sort Order:  

Good Work 👍

Tiene tendencia a subida.

First graph is rather depressing.
But below it seems like smart money are powering up.

·

Which smart money are you precisely referring to?

pixresteemer_incognito_angel_mini.png
Congratz, your post has been resteemed and, who knows, will maybe appear in the next edition of the #dailyspotlights (Click on my face if you want to know more about me...)
Check the rules of the Daily Spotlights if you want to nominate someone!
Pixresteemer is also listed as promoter on The Steemians Directory

This decreasing tend for the number of posts really doesn't look good. I wonder if and when this trend will be broken?

Right now I guess that Steemit will just become a place with a small hardcore group of users.

·

The trend will reverse when/if the price reverses, as always. This has been the case with Steem/Steemit since the beginning.

If users aren’t making money, then they don’t want to use the platform. This is completely different from all other social media platforms where users spend all day on them...and make nothing at all. So what does that tell us?

People don’t want to be here unless they’re getting paid to be here. The social media aspect of this project is failing. STINC owns the failing social media website while pretending to “lead” the development of the Steem blockchain. What does that say about confidence in their organization to actually create something worth using - whether it’s the website or the blockchain that they continue to screw up?

·
·

And what if the activity didn't increase this time when the Steem price increases?

·
·
·

Then we’ll know that this platform is in worse condition than we thought.

But activity will likely increase when prices increase. If nothing else, there will be more bots/automation taking advantage of it.