Technical and Economical
- kept my node running smoothly, with no missed blocks
- kept my price feed bias at 200%. SBD price is consistently heading towards the peg, so the need for a bigger supply is slowly decreaing
- kept my SBD APR at 1%
- kept my account registration fee at 0.1 STEEM, synchronizing with the majority of witnesses (I use a script called steem witness toolbox, available for free on Github, for publishing the feed price and adjusting a few blockchain props)
- kept the block size at 65,536
supported a consensus level change, about increasing the total number of beneficiaries for a post, details here:
-- Steem Proposed Update: Increasing The Number Of Post Beneficiaries From 8 (To 256?)
published a few posts related to the Steem community:
-- What Will Happen With The Steemit Rewards After SBD Gets Back To $1?
-- How To Get The MetaData Of Any Steemit Post - The Easy / Lazy Way
-- Are You Really Playing The Steem Long Game?
I''m currently sitting at 59th position in the witnesses ranking,up 1 spot from last week, thank you for your support.
I'm a serial entrepreneur, blogger and ultrarunner. You can find me mainly on my blog at Dragos Roua where I write about productivity, business, relationships and running. Here on Steemit you may stay updated by following me @dragosroua.
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