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Welcome to Awesome Weekly Spotlight #41, and it will feature the Awesome Daily Spotlight posts of the past week.
Awesome Weekly Spotlight Week 6
So let's start, and they will be presented in the order of Monday to Sunday, depending on the day they got the Awesome Daily Spotlight.
- In this video @ph1102 shares his experience sending out his first email to his list, and what lessons he learned from that experience, it's awesome check it out.
- In this video @alokkumar121 talks about his process for always having a topic to talk about in his Dtube videos, check it out it's awesome.
- In this post @jongolson writes about the importance to set goals each day and doing our best to reach them, not all will succeed, but it's the habit that is important in the long run, just awesome.
Thursday: Burn, Baby, Burn
- In this post @jennawash5 writes about the anniversary of the death of her oldest daughter, and opens up a lot about how she has handled it before, but that she now decided to reach out, and she got great response from the community, just awesome.
Friday: Guess who's back...back again...
- In this post @mindtrap writes about the return of SBD payouts, how this is a good sign for Steem, and a great explanation to how it all works, check it out it's awesome.
- In this post @pixiepost writes about herself and a day where nothing went her way, and how that affected her sleep, and she shares it with a lot of self comedy and Pixie Dust, it's awesome check it out.
- In this video @certain talks about a friend of his that have had a lot of misfortune and how he is helping him the best way that he can, just awesome.
So these where the Awesome Daily Spotlight posts and videos this week, and there is 1 such post or video per day, it gets a 100% upvote and resteem, and it is featured in the Awesome Daily report as well as in this Awesome Weekly Spotlight post, plus it also gets promoted on Twitter.
Thank you very much for reading this post and for supporting this project, it is run by @flaxz, and @ph1102 is our moderator for CTP, and @pixiepost is our moderator for #2020vision, and the goal is to "highlight Awesome Content, and growing the Steem ecosystem by rewarding it".
Payouts To Delegators
In order to attract delegations to this project we reward them with Weekly payouts in Steem, and 100% of all liquid Steem and SBD earnings will go to rewarding delegators this way, plus we also give out 30% of our weekly power down income to our delegators, and the other 70% of that power down will be used to lease Steem Power.
So on Sundays all SBD will be traded for Steem in the Steemitwallet market, and the Steem that has then been earned that week will be split between delegators according to their delegation level, and we keep track of those delegations in our Awesome Daily reports, and that is then used to determine the average delegation for each delegator, and you can check the latest Awesome Daily report here, and leased Steem Power does not count for any rewards.
We have also started to give out 50% of our CTP token earnings to SP delegators, the other 50% will be staked, this is a high value token, and giving out 50% makes it more attractive to delegate and as we stake the other 50% we continue to build our stake in that token and our CTP voting value, and @flaxz does not get a payout in CTP tokens.
This Is The Payouts For This Weeks Delegations
The standing in our account right now is 4.330 Steem, and we had a roll over from last week of 0.005 Steem and that means this weeks earnings is 4.325 Steem, but only 4.326 Steem can be paid out, so 0.004 Steem will roll over to the next week.
We also had earnings of 841 CTP tokens of which 50% will be paid out to our delegators and the other 50% will be staked, and that means 420.5 CTP tokens to be split between our delegators.
Screenshot from Google Drive
|Name||Average Delegation SP||Steem Payout||CTP Payout|
|@cryptospa||503 SP||0.433 Steem||46.784 CTP|
|@alokkumar121||650 SP||0.559 Steem||60.456 CTP|
|@flaxz||501 SP||0.432 Steem||0 CTP|
|@fiberfrau||40 SP||0.035 Steem||3.721 CTP|
|@certain||225 SP||0.194 Steem||20.928 CTP|
|@reeta0119||450 SP||0.388 Steem||41.855 CTP|
|@pjansen||151 SP||0.13 Steem||14.045 CTP|
|@qurator||502 SP||0.433 Steem||46.692 CTP|
|@jongolson||2000 SP||1.722 Steem||186.02 CTP|
|Total||5022 SP||4.326 Steem||420.501 CTP|
Screenshot from Steempeak wallet
Screenshot from Steem-engine
This screenshot shows no transactions, probably some issue with Steem-engine, but it does show the standing after payouts.
Delegate to this project using Steem Bot Tracker.
We also have tokens in Steem-engine, and our general policy regarding tokens is that we stake all tokens that we get, given that they are stakeable and if not they will be staked once that is available, the exception is CTP tokens since we give out 50% of those earnings to our delegators, but we do stake the other 50%.
If there is any token that you think we should vote with but which we do not currently have, then feel free to delegate some, or gift it if delegation is not available, as stated above all tokens we get will be staked.
Token delegation does not count for any delegation rewards, but we will vote with them if the posts that we vote on include the relevant tags.
These are our current token holdings in Steem-engine, screenshots taken in Steempeak wallet.
These screenshots where taken before and after payouts and staking of CTP tokens, and our stake in CTP has now grown to 20095, and the 89 in standing arrived just after payouts where done.
We use 70% of our Power Down income to lease Steem Power through Dlease.io, and this weeks Power Down income was 4.723 Steem, so 70% of that is 3.306 Steem, and in the screenshots below you can see that we leased 66.001 SP.
Screenshot from SteemWorld
Screenshot from Steempeak wallet
So this week the delegation from @jongolson grew to 2001 through SP inflation.
Earnings in Steem was about expected considering we did not get a payout from any whale votes, but we are expecting one of those for the coming week.
Earnings in CTP tokens where about on par with last week considering that payouts from Steem-engine has been very slow lately, let's hope they can fix those issues.
We continue to work towards our goal of growing the Steem ecosytem by rewarding Awesome Content, and a big thanks to all our delegators for your awesome support, these where all thoughts for this week, and ...
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