Steem Ocean shows that Adam is no longer anywhere near the top 10 self voters and actually has a very good level of self voting. The average level of self voting across Steem is currently 4.84%, so Adam is only just above that.
His figure is lower than my own and I commend him for his diligent action and intent to support others. It actually takes a fair bit of time to go and vote for posts manually, especially if you have a lot of Steem Power - so kudos to Adam and maybe he will make some nice curation rewards in the process. :)
Current Top 10 Self Upvoters
As you can see, the top spot for upvoting continues to be @haejin, who has sat at that position for weeks. He also has the highest reputation of any account as a result. If anything this highlights the need to make urgent changes to the way that reputation is calculated and used. I suggest:
- Preventing self upvotes from effecting reputation since you can't have a reputation that you create about yourself!
- Allowing downvotes from users with a lower reputation to reduce the reputation of those above them - currently those with higher reputation can trash the reputation of those below them without concern of any comebacks.
|Self-Vote Value (SBD)|
Note: It was brought to my attention by @sircork that some votes were not being displayed correctly in Steem Ocean. Having explored the issue I found that SteemSQL, the database I use for Steem Ocean, had some issues that @arcange is now fixing. So future indexing may well produce some changes in the vote rankings.. Stay tuned!
Wishing you well,
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