Delegates For Upvote Every Day

in Project HOPE3 months ago (edited)

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Do you write on Steemit every day? If so, but you feel you don't get enough rewards, this article may help.

As we know, the reward mechanism in Steemit is based on upvote for the posts we write. The more people who upvote, the more rewards we get. Similarly, the more Steem Power (SP) people who upvote, the more reward we get.

So, two factors affect the amount of rewards:

  1. The number of upvoters.
  2. The amount of SPs who upvoted.

Who can upvote our posts? Anyone with enough SP can upvote. We can also upvote our own posts. People with little SP have few value. And people with a lot of SP will have a lot of value.

Category and size of upvote

Generally speaking, Steemit accounts can be divided into five, depending on the number of SPs:

  1. Plankton: SP less than 500 SP.
  2. Minnow: SP is 500 to 5000 SP.
  3. Dolphin: SP is 5000 to 50,000 SP.
  4. Orca: SP is 50,000 to 500,000 SP.
  5. Whale: SP is more than 500 000 SP.

But this is an unofficial division that many people make to simplify categorization or just to liven up our platform. Meanwhile, Steemit Inc itself has never officially categorized anything.

What about the approximate size of upvotes for each of these categories? We can check the size of upvotes ourselves, for example at https://steemworld.org/. The size of this upvote is determined not only by SP, but also by the STEEM and SBD prices at the time.

As of this writing, the size of upvotes for each of the above categories is roughly as follows:

  1. Plankton: maximum size of upvote is $0.02.
  2. Minnow: upvote is between $0.02 - $0.2.
  3. Dolphin: upvote is between $0.2 - $2.
  4. Orca: upvote is between $2 - $20.
  5. Whale: upvote is more than $20.

Delegates for upvote

If you're a whale, you just have to upvote your own post, it's pretty profitable. But most of us are probably plankton or minnows. So upvoting your own will only get you a small reward of $0.02 to $0.2. So what's the solution?

One solution is to delegate part of our SP to a large account (dolphin, orca, or whale) that is willing to upvote our posts. Then our post will be:

  1. Get larger size of upvote.
  2. May get upvoted from more people (because there are usually a lot of people following big accounts).

There are several large accounts that we can delegate to get upvotes every day, including:

  1. @whalestrail: a dolphin account with SP less than 15k SP. Suitable only for small delegations, up to 300 SP.
  2. @justyy: a whale account with SP of about 1.25 million SP. Suitable for large delegations, maybe tens or hundreds of thousands SP. We can also approve @justyy as a witness to get more upvotes.
  3. @xiguang: an orca account with SP over 50k SP. Suitable for moderate delegations, perhaps up to 2,000 SP. If upvoting power is low, @xiguang will provide additional compensation in the form of STEEM.
  4. @steemseacurator: an orca account with SP over 80k SP. Also suitable for moderate delegations, possibly up to 3000 SP. @steemseacurator is a curation account for the Steem SEA community, which includes many Indonesians. Thus, we can help boost the Indonesian community by delegating to this account. In addition to upvotes, @steemseacurator also distributes monthly curation rewards in the form of STEEM.
  5. @gotogether: an orca account with more than 160 thousand SP. Suitable for medium to large delegations, possibly up to 10,000 SP. In addition to upvotes, @gotogether distributes daily curation awards in the form of STEEM.
  6. @upvu: a super whale account with SP over 17 million SP. Suitable for very large delegations, maybe up to hundreds of thousands or millions SP. In addition to upvotes, @upvu also distributes daily curation rewards in the form of STEEM.

Don't spend all the SP of our account

One thing to keep in mind though: when delegating, don't spend all your SP of the account. We should leave a minimum SP so that we can continue to perform actions on Steemit, such as posting, upvoting, resteeming, transferring, delegating, etc. The amount of this minimum SP depends on how much we do on Steemit, but it is usually recommended to average around 5 SP for normal actions.

Have fun delegating your SP, and don't forget to write every day.

(If you know of other accounts that accept delegation and give upvotes, add them to the comment section.)

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Really helpful! Thank you very much for sharing this list and info.

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WOW !! a great opportunity to interact !! a very good idea!

Thanks for sharing this important information.

Thank you very much @puncakbukit.
Anyway can you please compare the delegating of STEEMS and Invest STEEM with 16% annual interest?

What would be the most profitable?

Thank you very much. I think you directed me in the right path way.

Very helpful thanks for sharing such an interesting info

It’s really a great idea.

Your posts are valuable to us. Thank you.

Thanks for keeping us updated with this information.

This is truly a good and useful list. Of course, it is wonderful to keep some SP for yourself to do your daily votes and to receive curation rewards, but I also know that this is really useful and it inspires you to write regularly when you delegate in order to receive an upvote daily whenever you publish content on Steemit!

Hello @puncakbukit
This is interesting. But I.would like to know the following, for example in the case of the support that could be achieved through delegation to @justyy's account, you just do the delegation and that's it?
Or do you have to communicate with someone through Discord?

Just delegate, no need to communicate anything to anyone.. Don't forget to approve him as witness for larger upvote

Ok, i understand.
Thanks for answer me.
Yes, i voted for @justyy.
Have a Nice day

Thanks for this eye opening post. It's really helpful and insightful.

Delegation system is very good

Thanks to this information I have understood a little more about the management of this social network, such as some concepts that I had no idea what such names were and even how to reach a higher position.

Commented by : @hojaraskita

it can be very helpful for who are very new in steemit.

This post has received a 50.15 % upvote from @boomerang.

This post was resteemed by @steemvote and received a 3.7% Upvote. Send 0.5 SBD or STEEM to @steemvote

You are really doing the great work please keep it up.