Don't get me wrong, I always believe that you should be able to freely use your stake on Steem, I'm making this post only because I think these accounts are so interesting.
They are all at 25 rep, never seem to post about anything, yet holding relatively huge amount of SP (100k-ish). They are voting 24 hours, so 99% they are bot voting.
I took a look at how they vote and notice that they are following account with a guaranteed bigger upcoming votes and they vote before that. That makes sense, that's how curation reward works.
So technically, if you are constantly buying similar amount of votes, you will probably get their votes too, I've never been a big fan of buying votes myself, so it's just my guess. Probably they calculate the historical data of the average amount you get from "smaller whales", they don't seem to follow bigger whales' votes, as curation rewards can be actually lower.
They are probably crypto investors who got on Steem because they want somet crypto that they can actually use, such as Steem that they can use their stake to vote?
What do you think?
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