3Speak Activities, Users, Votes | Jan 2020

in #threespeak21 days ago (edited)

January has been a nice month for the crypto world with crypto prices on the move. 3Speak is constantly improving its platform and promoting it to the content creators. Its one of the most prominent dApps on the Steem blockchain.
It’s a video sharing platform, trying to implement the blockchain in the video sharing industry. A platform where you can speak your truth.

Let’s see how they have done in the previous month.
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https://3speak.online/

Here we will take a look at the activity on the platform, the overall number of posts and comments, and the number of users. The top content creators for Jan 2020 will be presented as well.

3Speak started its journey somewhere around April 2019 and got more traction in May 2019.

Activity on 3Speak

First let’s see the number of posts, or to be more exact videos coming from the platform.

Here is the chart.

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The number of daily posts has been in an uptrend with a few spikes. The platform is still new and there is a volatility in the number of posts.

The number of posts is increasing, and it has reached an average 50 videos per day in January 2020.

The number of comments showed with red is very small, but this doesn’t tell all the story. These are comments made from 3Speak frontend itself. Most of the comments are made from the Steemit platform. Users watch the video and replay from Steemit.

Here is the chart with the number of comments that has the 3Speak tag in them.

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Here we can see much better picture for the comments. There around 20k comments in total and 9400 posts.

Here is the number of posts summarized by month.

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A clear uptrend here with almost 2k reached in Jan 2020.

3Speak Authors

How is 3Speak doing with the number of authors on the platform?

Here is a chart on the number of monthly authors that posted on the 3Speak platform.

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January have seen an immense increase in the number of authors using 3Speak, with 274 authors using the platform to share their videos. It should be noticed that 3Speak has a monthly subscription model for authors. It’s a small fee that authors need to pay in order to use the platform.

Next the number of unique authors that posted on the 3Speak platform. These are authors that posted directly through 3Speak frontend.

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The sharp increase in the number of authors posting with 3Speak in January is also visible here with the number of unique authors rising even more. A total of 433 authors have used 3Speak to post.

One more thing to add here is that the platform started its journey in a bear year for Steem and bad STEEM prices. They have been building in these conditions preparing for the bulls. Interesting to see how will thing develop, but the numbers from the last month looks encouraging.

Top 3Speak Authors

Here is the rank of the authors that posted/uploaded the most in January 2020 on 3Speak.

NoUserPosts
1@davidpakman81
2@rairfoundation79
3@blocktvnews72
4@toufiq77771
5@cryptoinvestsvk59
6@vladtepesblog51
7@sadman8848
8@ospro44
9@jferdous37
10@atheistrepublic31

Congrats on the above for the effort they have put in in making videos on 3Speak.

3Speak Votes

3Speak supports its content creators with votes from their official @threespeak account. It has a bit more than a 1 million SP. A lot of the times @oracle-d and @theycallmedan also joins the party and vote on 3Speak content.

Here we will be looking into the number of votes from the official @threespeak account.

Here is the chart.

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The voting started in June 2019, with the number of daily votes growing up until October, when there are days with 250 votes. Afterwards the number of daily votes stabilized and in January 2020 the average number of daily votes is 65. Nice job from 3Speak supporting the content creators and distributing rewards.

The Most Supported 3Speak Authors in January 2020

Below is a table for top authors who have received support from 3Speak in form of votes in January 2020.

NoAuthorSum of weight
1@cryptoinvestsvk2517%
2@rairfoundation1711%
3@ospro1121%
4@toufiq777741%
5@steemer-sayu907720%
6@neuehorizontetv592%
7@clixmoney592%
8@louisthomas521%
9@redline-aviator483%
10@eltrompetista442%

The ranking is made by the cumulative vote weight that authors received from @threespeak, meaning one vote at 100% is better than 3 votes at 20%.

On a rough estimate the top authors received between 150 to 750 STEEM in rewards just from the @threespeak account in January 2020.

All the best
@dalz



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Thanks for this updated numbers @dalz. You do wonderful work and I love reading your posts. You provide a lot of insight into what is going on with the chain using numbers plus I like your thoughts/ponderings on the future here.

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Thanks @taskmaster4450!
Appreciated a lot.
3Speak has been growing even more latly.

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Thanks for information. @Dalz
But unfortunately you add @ewela. She/he not 3speaker.

I want to join it 😇😇😇

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The analytics are on point. I wonder to know did you use a specific tool to request the information that's related to coding python.

I use steemsql from @arcange.

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Wonder why stateofthedapps shows these low amounts and how that can be fixed:

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They only track wallet interactions.

However that doesn't really mean much for most Steem apps.

I think 3speak is good for hosting videos to post on steemit but the site needs a lot of work to make it easier to use and more attractive.

I have seen this as well... probably they havent implemented some tracking mechanism yet ... maybe we can reach them and give them a notice :)

Yeah seems most stats are off by a lot according to https://steemapps.com/

Not a good look for Steem.

I'm not sure what exactly they track .... and what is the definition of an active user ... like if you define an active user on steem as someone who is posting or commenting, or an active user who is voting, transacting, or making custom jsons ... big diferences there

Edit ... just saw the wehmoen comment .... they track transactions ... not very relevant for most of the dapps .... maybe the gambling once only :)