Who has the most influence in the STEEM chain? So far it's probably ned.
(All of the material in this article was extracted through steemsql DB)
However, the first place based on reputation is haejin, and ned is only 490th.
What is wrong?
The two main wheels of the STEEM chain are SteemPower and Reputation. However, the reputation axis collapsed due to bidbots, circle voting, and so on. New users can create 70 Reputation Points a day. Also, the reputation of accounts that do not write often, such as ned, is relatively low.
On behalf of reputation, we need additional indicators to know the impact of our accounts. The number of followers also has limitations as an indicator.
It can be supplemented by the SP sum that followers have. According to this standard, ned becomes the first place, and major witnesses rise to the top. Please compare the table below.
Personally, it seems better to combine the two indicators.
In Busy UI, it is recommended to show the following additional information.
- Follower's steempower sum
- Rank by follower's steempower sum
- (optional) Reputation rank
Mockups / Examples
It shows your account's reputation by default. If you move the mouse to the position where the reputation is being viewed, it will tell you the reputation score.
The reputation of the account and the SP total of the followers are shown by default. If you hover over that position, you will also see your reputation rank and the SP total rank of your followers.
There are four advantages to using the SP indicator of followers in combination with the reputation score.
① Prevent distortion due to reputation
The use of bidbots or circle voting makes it difficult to know the true reputation of a given account.
However, if we use the SP totals of the followers as an additional indicator, we can see the true impact of that account.
For example, my reputation rank is 1500, but my followers have the top 500 in the SP total.
Also, accounts that support users with many SP will have a much higher total ranking of their SPs than reputation rankings. Even though the account rarely writes.
On the other hand, the SP totals of followers of accounts that have earned reputations in a false way are generally worse than their reputation rankings.
② Contributing to improved understanding of users about STEEM chain
Profiles are the most frequently viewed screens for users to learn about other account characteristics.
If we place reputation and SP sums of followers in these places, it can help users to set the direction of use of the STEEM chain.
They become aware of the importance of followers who watch them, and quickly realize the importance of communication. This helps us prevent the selfish behavior of new users.
This is the basis for constructive development of the overall STEEM chain.
It may be more effective to show the screen one time than to explain the hundred times in a word.
③ Troubleshoot busy.pay account voting delays, outages, and time delays
This allows us to resolve user support vote delays and errors in the busy.pay account.
Currently, the busy.pay account will vote support based on the SP total of followers aggregating at steemdb.com. For example, if the SP total of the account's followers is 5M, the voting weight is 5%.
However, steemdb.com is managed by a certain individual (perhaps jesta), so the update is very late. Or it may stop.
URL of steemdb.com : https://steemdb.com/api/accounts?account=""
Therefore, new users have not received the support of busy.pay for a considerable period of time, and existing users have received a lower level of support than the actual users.
④ Opportunity to increase "BUSY" users
One small advantage is that many users are settled in "BUSY".
"BUSY" is the most famous writing platform in the STEEM chain, but it is still much lower than the steemit platform.
"BUSY" can take advantage of this opportunity.
Of course, it can not be perfect. However, this can get better.