Today, I came across one column of SteemDB which draws my attention, which is the
beneficiaries which states which account is taking beneficiary from your post. I will share about the details of each app, and the percentage of beneficiaries they have taken from user.
Disclaimer: These app are amazing, and I am constant user of some of them. However, sometimes it would be a good idea to stick back to steemit.com .
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For example, your pending payout was $10, if the beneficial account took 10%, your final total payout will be $9. Which haven't deduct the curator reward.
If you think that you do not need to use these platform, you can avoid using it for certain post, and post it directly on steemit.
According to Steepshot website, Steepshot is a platform that rewards people for sharing their lifestyle and visual experience built on the basis of Steem blockchain.
According to DMania website, DMania is a platform that let you make money with memes, funny pictures and videos.
According to SteemKR website, Steemkr is a social media platform where everyone gets paid for creating and curating content.
According to Zappl website, Zappl is a micro-blogging site that run off decentralized technology.
According to DTube website, D.Tube is the first crypto-decentralized video platform, built on top of the STEEM Blockchain and the IPFS peer-to-peer network.
According to Utopian website, Utopian uses the Steem blockchain to reward Open Source contributors.
According to ChainBB website, ChainBB is an experimental forum build on top of the Steem blockchain.
I would say all these apps are amazing and I had been using more than half of them. However, if you think that some of your post does not require their services, you can always post on steemit website.