Leofinance and Hive: Publish, Read, Engage and Earn HIVE and LEO tokens - Step By Step Guide

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Leofinance and Hive: Publish, Read, Engage and Earn HIVE and LEO tokens - Step By Step Guide

I discovered the Hive blockchain in March 2019.
Before discovering Hive, I didn't have a blog and was following and commenting on friends and family on Facebook.
Initially I thought Hive was a simple blogging platform that allowed its users to earn some money by writing posts and commenting on other authors' posts, in short I thought Hive was a version of Facebook with rewards.

Then, reading articles and tutorials, I discovered that my initial conviction was completely wrong, I discovered the meaning of blockchain and the meaning of decentralization and today I know what Hive is and above all I know its great value and its great potential.

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The Hive blackchain is more Unique than Rare!

What makes the Hive blockchain more unique than rare are its peculiarities:

  • Hive is a Delegate Proof of Stake (DPOS) blockchain on which a large ecosystem of sites, projects and communities "lives".
  • Hive is completely decentralized
  • Hive is very fast: 3 second block speeds.
  • Hive has no transaction costs
  • Hive has many utilities and features
  • Hive has a great and beautiful community

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Leofinance and Hive

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On the Hive blockchain there are many communities formed by users sharing projects and content of common interest.

One of the most important and active communities on the Hive blockchain is the Leofinance community which is also one of my favorite communities.

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Leofinance is a community created by the @khaleelkazi account (admin).
Leofinance is a social media web 3.0 platform built and developed on the Hive blockchain focused on content inherent to the crypto world and the world of finance.
In the following image you can see the list of all allowed topics.

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The leofinance community is also one of the largest communities on Hive with 9498 subscribers and with 1669 active users.

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Leofinance has its own blogging/front end platform (https://leofinance.io/) that allows its members to:

  • publish and read content within the community
  • interact with other users of the community through comments and upvotes
  • interface with the Hive blockchain in a "user friendly" way

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The Leofinance community has its own native token with which it rewards users for posting and interaction activities: the LEO token.

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The LEO token is a second-level token on the Hive blockchain that can be sold, bought, transferred, delegated and staked from the wallet section of the following Dex:

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LeoDex is the Dex created by the Leofinance community and has very low fees for withdrawals and deposits: 0.25%.

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Today December 1, 2021 the value of 1 LEO token is $0.302.

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How to earn LEO tokens

(step by step guide)

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There are several ways to earn LEO tokens:

  • post content within the Leofinance community.
  • vote posts with leofinance and/or leo tags published on the Hive blockchain (+LEO staked = +LEO earned from curation activity)
  • delegate Hive Power (HP) to the @leo.voter account

If you have staked LEO tokens but don't have time to use your LEO Power you can delegate your LEO Power tokens to the following accounts and you will receive passive income in LEO tokens:

The main way to earn LEO tokens without investing money but investing time is by publishing content.

In the following part I will show you the steps you need to perform to publish a post within the Leofinance community and if you don't have a Hive account I will show you the steps you need to perform to create a Hive account from https://leofinance.io/.

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Login

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If you are already a Hive user you have to do the Sign In operation from the Home Page of https://leofinance.io/ as indicated by the arrow in the following image.

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On the next screen:

  • you must enter the name of your Hive accont
  • choose whether to use Hive Keychain (https://hive-keychain.com/) or Hivesigner to perform the Login operation.

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How to create a Hive account from Leofinance

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If you don't have a Hive account you have to create one first.
But don't worry because Leofinance took care of that and made the process of creating a new Hive account very easy.

You have to click on Get Started from the Home Page of https://leofinance.io/ as indicated by the arrow in the following image.

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On the next screen you have three options to choose from:

  • Create a Hive Account
  • Sign up with MetaMask
  • Sign up with Twitter

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If you click on the first option (Create a Hive Account) a screen will open up explaining the process of creating your Hive account.
After you have read the information you need to click on Continue as indicated by arrow number 2 in the following image.

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On the next screen:

  • 1. You need to choose your Hive account name.
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  • 2. You have to choose the verification method**.
    The verification method is used to avoid the creation of multiple accounts by robots and spammers.
    You can choose as verification method:
    • your phone number
    • your Twitter account
  • 3. You have to click on Download Keys as indicated by arrow number 3 in the next image.

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When you click on Download Keys you will be able to save your passwords in .txt format on your computer (as indicated by the arrows in the following image).

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You will not receive a single password as is usually the case with the registration process on centralized platforms but you will receive 5 different passwords and each one has a different use:

  • Posting Key: is used for social activities.
    It is the key you will use most frequently and is used to post, comment and vote. You don't have to use other keys for blogging activities.
  • Active Key: has additional permissions to the posting key and is needed to complete monetary transactions such as transferring and exchanging tokens (HIVE, HBD, LEO).
  • Owner Key: is the key that allows you to change all other passwords.
  • Memo Key: it is the key that allows you to encrypt and decrypt the messages sent to and from your account.
  • Master Password: starting from the Master Password it is possible to obtain all the other passwords.
    The Master Password is the most important key of all because you'll need it in case you need to recover your account in the unfortunate event of a password theft.
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IMPORTANT NOTE

Keep your passwords safe!

On Hive there is no password recovery function and you will never find the words "Forgot your password?".

For this reason make a backup copy of your passwords and guard them with the utmost care:

  • I recommend storing the .txt file that contains your passwords on a different device than the one you use them on.
  • Write down your passwords also on a paper support and keep the paper support in a safe place.
    In case the digital storage device you chose to store your keys stops working, you can recover your passwords.
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After you have stored and secured your passwords the button marked Register will be active and you can click on it.

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Follow the directions of the numbered arrows in the following image to complete the verification process and create your Hive account:

  • enter your phone number
  • click on Request SMS
  • resolve the Captcha
  • enter the verification code you received on your phone
  • click on Continue

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After a few seconds you will receive a welcome message from Leofinance and you can login for the first time.

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To show the process of creating a Hive account from https://leofinance.io/ I created the account @pensieristupendi which has the same name as my wife's small business because I would like her to start sharing her creations and projects here on Hive as well.
So far I haven't been able to convince her because she doesn't have much time but I hope to do it in the future.

Those who have a Metamask wallet or a Twitter account can choose the other two options to create a Hive account.
I'm not going to show all the steps to follow for these two options because I don't want to take away useful resources for onboarding new users on Hive but I can assure you that the process of creating a Hive account is for both the two options very easy to do.


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How to publish the first post on Leofinance

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To publish a post from https://leofinance.io/ you need to access the editor by clicking on the pen/pencil symbol located in the top right corner of the Home Page as indicated by the arrow in the next image.

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The Leofinance editor screen (https://leofinance.io/publish) will open.

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At the top left is the field where you can enter the title of your article

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Below the title field are the editor tools.

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In the middle part of the editor there are two sections.
In the left section is the area where you can write and edit your article and you can insert and view formatting elements.
In the right section you can see the preview of your article.

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To make your article more attractive and more enjoyable to read, I recommend that you learn how to use the Markdown language.
Markdown is a markup language that allows you to format text quickly and easily.
In the Leofinance editor there is a link to a simple Markdown Guide which you can access by clicking on the symbol of the question mark as indicated by the arrow in the following image.

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When your article is complete you have to insert the tags and to do this follow the arrows in the following image.
Please only use tags that are relevant to the topic of your article ;)

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Then you must click on the Publish button as indicated by the arrow in the following image

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A screen will open where you can choose between different options.

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In the Rewards section you can decide how the reward for the post should be distributed.

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All posts published on the Hive blockchain receive a reward 7 days after publication and the author of the post can choose between several options.

If you are a new user and you still don't quite understand the difference between HBD, HP and HIVE I'll briefly explain what it is.

Hive has no owner but has many Stakeholders = Hive Power owners (HIVE staked)
The more Hive Power a Hive user has, the more decision making power they have within the blockchain and the more weight their vote carries.

The Hive Power token is one of three currency tokens on the Hive blockchain:

  • HIVE
  • Hive Power (HP)
  • Hive Backed Dollars (HBD)

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The difference between HIVE, HP and HBD is explained very well in the FAQ of https://hive.blog (following image)

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In the Beneficiaries section you can choose whether to give all or part of the reward for your post to another account.

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In the Auto Reblog section you can choose if your post should only be visible in the Posts section of your blog on Hive (choice=no) or if it should be visible in both the Blog and Posts sections of your blog on Hive (choice=yes).

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In the Auto Post To Twitter section you can choose whether to automatically post your post to Twitter or not.

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Finally, you can choose whether to publish your post at a later time, at a time defined by you: Schedule For Later.
Or you can choose to publish it immediately: Publish Now.

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Once you have published your post you must wait for it to be read, possibly commented on and voted on by other Leofinance users and other Hive users.
If your post is considered useful and liked by other users you can earn two different tokens: HIVE and LEO.

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One post, two tokens as a reward!

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Within the Leofinance community you will find:

  • posts published directly by the Leofinance editor (https://leofinance.io/publish)
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  • posts that have one or both of the following tags: leofinance and leo.
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Note: If you post from an editor different than Leofinance your LEO token reward will be reduced by 20%.

When you post from the Leofinance editor and use the leofinance tag your post will be visible:

For example my following post: HIVE: More Unique Than Rare! + My Road to 30000 Hive Power which I published directly from the https://leofinance.io/ editor is visible at:

The difference is that on https://hive.blog/ or https://peakd.com/ the value of the post reward is displayed in $ (more precisely in $HTU) while on https://leofinance.io/ the value of the post reward is displayed in LEO tokens.

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The weight of each vote on Leofinance is proportional to the amount of staked LEO tokens (= LEO Power) the voter has.
The weight of each vote on Hive.Blog or PeakD is proportional to the amount of staked HIVE tokens (= Hive Power) the voter owns.

The rewards I received on my post are the result of 50% of the sum of the votes my post received.
The split of the reward between author and editor is in fact 50%/50%.

What does this mean?

If a user has for example 1000 staked LEO tokens = 1000 LEO Power they will get a vote worth about 0.1 LEO.
Each time he votes for a post at 100% (with 100% LEO Voting Power) he will earn 0.05 LEO tokens (curator reward) and the author of the post he voted for will receive 0.05 LEO tokens, exactly half (50%/50%).
If a user has for example 1000 staked HIVE tokens = 1000 Hive Power they will get a vote, based on the current value of HIVE (2.53$) worth 0.1245$.

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Every time you vote for a post at 100% (with the Hive Voting Power at 100%) you will earn 0.062$ (curator reward) and the author of the post you voted for will receive 00.062$, exactly half (50%/50%).

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Advice for new users

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I like to write guides and I like to help new users take their first steps on Hive because two and a half years ago I was a new user too and when I asked for help or advice I always received answers and availability from more experienced users.
Those who know me and have interacted with me know that my door on Discord is always open and in two and a half years I have often received questions from new members such as:

Why do my posts get few rewards?.
*Why don't any curators vote on my posts?
Why does that author with a post with few pictures and few words get more rewards than me who takes hours to write a post?

The answer to these questions is almost always one: little interaction!

Whether it's Hive, Leofinance or any other Hive community publishing interesting and useful content is not enough if you don't also read the content posted by other authors and if your interaction activity is minimal.

commenting = interacting = making connections.

Often new users look at a post published on Hive considering only two aspects:

  • Rewards
  • Content

My invitation to new users who have the ambition to grow on Hive and who have medium-long term growth objectives is to look also and above all at the interaction activity that an author produces, which is as important as the ability to write interesting content.

It's always easy to find an excuse for something we can't do or don't put our best effort into!

To show the importance of interaction I want to give a practical example.

If you have ever looked at the Trending Page of Leofinance (https://leofinance.io/trending) you will certainly have noticed a constant presence.
If you browse through the Trending Page right now you will see that in the first thirty posts there is an author who appears four times and writes under two accounts: @taskmaster4450le and @taskmaster4450.

Taskmaster4450 is a veteran of Hive because he has been a member since 2017 and is an author who always writes interesting and quality posts.
He is among the authors who earn the most amount of HIVE tokens and LEO tokens per month and only considering the activity of publishing content.

What new users don't see when they look at and read a taskmaster post is the interaction activity this user produces on a daily basis which is impressive.

I went to https://hivebuzz.me/ to see the activity of @taskmaster4450le :

  • 1500 posts
  • 36000 comments

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The account was created on June 2019
In 29 months taskmaster4450le has written 36000 comments and published 1500 posts.
The posts/comments ratio is 1/24.
This means that taskmaster4450le interacted with other users on Hive and Leofinance an average of 1241.37 times per month and has an average of 41.37 comments per day.

It's not a constant but most successful authors on Hive have intense interaction activity and the posts/comments ratio is always in favour of comments!

The path to growth and success on Hive is clear and obvious:

  • publish useful and quality content
  • comment, comment and comment

This is the road that with all my limitations I will try to follow because I strongly believe in the project of Hive and I see so much potential in it.

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Conclusion

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Hive is the perfect cradle for the development of projects and communities.
Splinterlands and Leofinance are two concrete and clear examples of the statement I just wrote.

The Leofinance community development team has not only created and developed a community on Hive but has also created valuable projects, tools and apps such as:

My experience within the Leofinance community has always been extremely positive, from reading the articles published within the community I've learned a lot of notions that I didn't know and the world of finance and blockchains that until a few years ago was an unknown world for me today is an important part of my life and I owe this in large part to Hive and its beautiful community.

I hope you enjoyed my post and I hope my guides will be useful to new members who may have some initial difficulties in their journey on Hive.

Thank you for the time you dedicated to me

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HIVE ON and LEO ON!

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Resources:

https://leofinance.io/

https://hive-engine.com/

https://leopedia.io/faq/#what-kind-of-content-can-i-post-on-leofinance

https://leodex.io/

https://peakd.com/

https://hive.blog/

https://hivebuzz.me/

https://hive-now.com/upvotecalc.html

The images that contain tables, calculations and formulas are of my property

The font I used in my images and in the images I edited is Open Source

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A selection of my previous posts on Hive and Leofinance

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image.pngPromote Hive and earn POSH tokens: Step by step guide
image.pngHIVE: More Unique Than Rare! + My Road to 30000 Hive Power
image.pngHBD in Savings VS Hive Power + My Power UP
image.pngLEOFINANCE: Short Introduction For Beginners + My Leofinance Goals
image.pngSplintertalk and My Road to 1 Million SPT
image.pngHIVE: a Great Potential and a Great and Beautiful Community!
image.pngThe hard hit suffered by Mad-Runner: $50k stolen by @hivewallet94 - Keep your passwords safe!

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I use other blogging platforms to promote Hive and Leofinance

Follow me also on:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/libertycrypto27
Publish0x: https://www.publish0x.com/libertycrypto27?a=MYervALeOB
ReadCash: https://read.cash/r/libertycrypto27

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Bellissimo post come sempre @tipu curate

ps. ti ho scritto su ds :)

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Great tutorial with emphasized calculations for anyone to understand it all.

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Thanks a lot @behiver, I'm very pleased that you liked my tutorial.
I try to be as clear as possible and that's why I use a lot of images to help those who are just starting out and can find difficulty even in the simplest things.
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This is one of the great post ever comes across detailing each and everything to earn crypto. However as mentioned using leofinace front-end and hasthags allow user to earn crypto....I have been using it since long but doesn't see my account grow....

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Thanks for the comment @steemflow and sorry for the delay in responding but I always have little time on the weekend to devote to my beloved Hive.

I have been using it since long but doesn't see my account grow....

As for my personal experience as I have increased my interaction within the community I have also increased Leo tokens and I think this is the only way to go ;)
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My interaction is always there but last night I noticed one of my comment on @onealfa post get hidden....on enquire with @leofinance team I found my account is muted sice 2020 and that is the main reason of no grawth. I already raised a ticket on discord ..but doubt anyone would action it..... wish @khaleelkazi looks into this help me reviving my hard work and account at @leofinance ...

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That's why I don't view your comment from leofinace but only see it on Hive.
I hope you find out the reason and solve the problem

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Depends on leofinance.... let see I am planning to come up with a post...might people khal and leofinance see it and action my concern....I doubt on the ticket thing as last time it remain unaction

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Great tutorial and easy to understand

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This post has been manually curated by @bhattg from Indiaunited community. Join us on our Discord Server.

Do you know that you can earn a passive income by delegating your Leo power to @india-leo account? We share 100 % of the curation rewards with the delegators.

Please contribute to the community by upvoting this comment and posts made by @indiaunited.

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So helpful!! Thank you for always posting such great content! Have a wonderful day, LibertyCrypto!

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Hi @rosiew and thanks for stopping by.
I'm so glad you liked my tutorial.
A hug :)
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Breaking news: a pygmy shaman is being pursued by the authorities
That's right be on the lookout for a small medium at large.

@rosiew, I sent you an $LOLZ on behalf of @libertycrypto27
Use the !LOL or !LOLZ command to share a joke and an $LOLZ. (4/6)

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Yippee! Thanks for the hug, beer, pizza and laughs haha :) That's very kind of you! :)

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This is thorough man!! Should answer a lot of questions for anyone still trying to figure out the mechanics. People need statistics and direct links to resources. Retweeted !PIZZA

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Thanks @opinizeunltd :)
I always try to write in a simple and clear way in my tutorials and for this reason I was really very pleased to receive your comment!
Have a nice day
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Very Good Tools
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Bene, sto iniziando a dare più importanza ai token di secondo livello di HIVE. Mi confermi che esiste già l’applicazione mobile di LeoFinance?

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Si ti confermo anche se non l'ho ancora provata.
Bravo devi assolutamente considerare i token di secondo livello di Hive e mi fa molto piacere che stai iniziando a farlo ;)
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Grazie Liberty per avermi comunque lasciato un feedback, se c’è l’applicazione mobile di Leo Finance la devo assolutamente provare... ecco una !BEER

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I would like to note that you can also use staked LEO to get passive LEO returns also by delegating your LP to meowcurator. I think there was also a HODLcommunity account but I don't remember what it was too.

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Thank you for this very comprehensive guide and for the mention. Leofinance is THE place to earn.

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Thanks a lot for the comment and support
I enjoy writing tutorials and knowing that you think my tutorial is very comprehensive makes me happy.
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Yes. Your post opened my eyes to alot. Up until now, i thought upvoting was the best way to socialize. I comment but no where as near as Taskmaster. I'm trying my best but with the whole communities on Hive, it gets overwhelming. Sometimes i don't even know where to start.

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Hi @deraaa and thank you for your comment I am so glad you found my post helpful.
Writing comments and responding to comments you receive on your posts is so important and of course I'm only referring to comments that add value to a post.

On Hive there is no more important thing than interacting, the more comments you write the more connections and bonds you will create.
My advice is to focus on constantly following authors who have the same interests and passions as you.
If you add to a constant activity of interaction a constant activity of writing you will see that the growth on Hive will be very fast.
Of course at the beginning you have to invest time to interact but I can assure you that your investment in the medium-long term will reward you.
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excellent guide for new ones like me! It is clear that interaction is the most important in relation to general growth, both in our virtual life and in our real life as well! Greetings and thanks for sharing

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Thanks @facundosanchez

nteraction is the most important in relation to general growth, both in our virtual life and in our real life as well!

Totally agree ;)
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Should be #1 post on Leo right now. Great job WOW !!!

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Excellent friend, really is a very detailed and easy to read tutorial, my native language is not English, but I can read your posts with total freshness and understanding.

commenting = interacting = making connections

This is key in hive, I am just in the platform since September this year, but I have seen the need to "make community", I confess that it is not something easy to do, but I'm trying to improve; like you I think hive has a very high potential and is excellent in all aspects.

Greetings

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Hi cjlugo

Excellent friend, really is a very detailed and easy to read tutorial, my native language is not English, but I can read your posts with total freshness and understanding.

I'm really glad to read what you wrote because my goal was just to be as understandable as possible
Thanks :)
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How nice, I am glad that you see one of your purposes in writing come true, that is important for everyone who teaches.

I will gladly continue reading and learning.

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A really good and important post. Reblog + 100% upvote + follow!

LG Michael

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Hi @mima2606 and sorry for the late reply.
I am very pleased that you liked my post.
Thanks for stopping by :)
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No problem it is never to late.

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Thanks for such a great post I still have tons to learn.. so if I delegate power to certain accounts those accounts will then send hive power to my account? Or is it that those accounts are earning hive power faster for me while it's being delegated.. or I'm I misunderstanding?

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Hi @shanhenry
There are accounts you can delegate Hive Power (HP) to and receive liquid HIVE.
The accounts I mentioned in my post receive a delegation in LP (Leo Power) and return a payment in LEO tokens.
If with your account you vote few posts with the tag leofinance or leo you should delegate LEO because in this case you waste your voting power realtivo to LEO tokens.
If you vote regularly posts with the LEO tag then you should not delegate them because usually you get less from the delegation than the direct curation activity.
Consider that if you have few HP you should not delegate and generally from not delegating you receive
!BEER
!LUV

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