Technical and Economical
- kept my witness node running smoothly, with no missed blocks
- updated my price feed twice, first time for 200% and second time for 300%, following a broader attempt of witnesses to normalize the SBD price, which, at the moment of writing this, is trading at almost $8
- kept my SBD APR at 1%
- kept the account registration fee at $1 (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
- updated steem.supply with a minor release, mostly related to the way rewards are displayed, trying to adapt to the new SBD highs, read the full release notes here.
Published a few posts related to the Steem community
- How SBDs Are Created And What Could Happen If SBD Is "Pegged" To $10 Instead Of $1
- Why Trading SBD For STEEM On The Internal Market Is Fundamental During This SBD Pump
- Can You Really Make Money On Steemit? 5000+ Posts Later My Answer Is: "Yes, But..."
I'm currently sitting at 67. If you still think I can be useful as a witness and if you want to vote for me, you'll need to add my username in the form and click "Vote" as shown in the image below:
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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