Tokens On My Radar! | Getting It All Together... Part 2

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To Continue setting the tone for 'Tokens On My Radar' over the last few days I have compiled these charts which will serve as a reference as I keep track of the tokens I am most interested in. This is four of 5 charts that I will work with. Here's Charts 2 thru 4, Chart 1 was in the first post of the series.

Note that the totals listed include any liquid plus staked amounts. As I learn more about the tokens & share with you, I know I will come to find some tokens in which I have no interest or decide that I won't want to gain the amounts stated. Also I will later add in tokens that aren't on Hive that holds my interest, there are only a few.

One of the reason I am writing this series,(which may continue indefinitely), is not only to keep track of what I have but to also know what value each token brings to my portfolio.

So let's have a look at the charts;

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As the series continues, there will be more charts. One chart I'm working on will be yokens that I am usyre about. These tokens I know almost nothing about them but somehow they have ended up in my wallet. As I learn about them, they will either move to on my radar, or move to the no interest chart which will be the final chart I'm making in this pary of the series. These tokens that are in my wallet but does noe peak my interest at all.Thatz Zalot of Tokens 2.png

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That's a long list of tokens... I would say that LEN/LENM are "income" tokens as you mine LEN tokens with staked LENM tokens... you can sell LEN tokens as you earn in that way... ;)
Also, as you are creating quality content, if you get to Top40 in Liotes Ranking you would receive daily upvotes from @liotes.voter... ;) That's another income for holding LENM tokens (and/or delegating HP to liotes.voter, or being active in Liotes missions)...

Have an awesome weekend!

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Yes the list is long & at least 50% of what's on this list came from income tokens or curating post where I end up getting payout in other tokens.
Also this all comes from my wallet on Hive-Engine, Some tokens I managed to buy a few when they came out but had other priorities at the time that they just slipped through my fingers and some are slowly growing just from that few.

Okay, you shared with me the ranking chart but exactly how do you make it into the top 40?

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Okay, you shared with me the ranking chart but exactly how do you make it into the top 40?

As I can see, you are already in the rankings... Every time you comment on the Wednesday mission posts, you get some points... Also, you get points from staking LENM tokens and for delegating HivePower to the @liotes.voter (for delegation, you get LEN tokens at 10.5% APR) which later on upvotes posts in the Top40... ;)

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Thanks! I think you told me this once before, but this time I'm printing it out and hanging it with my daily task stuff.

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This is a great series of posts you're publishing. Thank you for the time and effort you put into it!

Off the top of my head, these are a few modifications you can make to table regarding token type:

  • DEC is Dark Energy Crystals, one of the 19+ tokens used by Splinterlands. It's also one of the most commonly used tokens in the game (along with SPS).

  • CINE is the reward token for the CineTV tribe.

  • As well as being a token for a couple of games, WEED is a reward token for people using the Weedcash front-end or posts using the weed tag.

  • Along with being a tipping token, MEME is also a reward token for the Meme tribe.

  • LIST is both an income token and a reward token for posts tagged list or published using the Hivelist front-end.

  • HUSTLER is both an income token and a reward token for posts tagged hustler or published using the Hive Hustlers front-end.

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Thanks for this info. Some of it is new to me and a few of the statements I already new. Like I knew that about LIST. I don't want to bog the charts down with labels, instead the plan is to move on into the specifics of each token and why I think it's' a good investment. I plan to carry this series on for some time, this is just the beginning. That's why it called 'Getting It All Together'. I know there will be at least 2 more parts to getting it all together and maybe 3, than I will move on to supplying more knowledge about the tokens themselves, I also plan to do 1 post monthly on showing the progression of my portfolio. All the tokens in these charts are from my HE wallet, there are others but I tend to incorporate them later, right now I want to just deal with the tokens on Hive.

Thanks again for the info, I will hold onto this to use when I get to that part. Feel free to elaborate on any tokens you know anything about if there's more.

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In early October 2021 I began to make a spreadsheet showing all Hive Engine tokens and some of their properties; I was trying to find a way to use a spreadsheet to gain insights about these tokens that H-E and Tribaldex didn't show me.

It took me 6 weeks to get that spreadsheet done. By the time it was finished, a good chunk of the Layer 2 tokens I had on hardcopy disappeared from Hive Engine, and a whole bunch of new ones came into existence. So I was back at Square One.

Perhaps the best approach to this is to write about the Hive Engine tokens which end up in the wallet and see what's special about them, or why you earned them, or why they ended up in the wallet in the first place. We can always use more info and context when it comes to the tokens we have.

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Perhaps the best approach to this is to write about the Hive Engine tokens which end up in the wallet and see what's special about them, or why you earned them, or why they ended up in the wallet in the first place. We can always use more info and context when it comes to the tokens we have.

This is pretty much my purpose for doing this. To talk about these tokens and why I got into them and decided to hold on to them. Also to give information on what they are and what they do. There are many that end up in the wallet simply because I upvoted content that contained a tag that resulted in a reward of the token.

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Wow great series, thats a lot of tokens!!

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Yeah, it is. But that's what happens when you hold Income tokens. I'm sure you have a pretty big number of tokens in you HE wallet too.

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