Hive AutoClaim Services - User Guide

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Life on Hive is cool because when you publish posts or comments and curate quality content, you can receive new HIVE tokens as a reward. This is also valid when you participate in the life of a community that has issued its own Hive-Engine token!

Unfortunately, those new earned tokens do not fall automatically into your wallet: you have to claim them!

While it's not a big deal, because you only need to click a button to do this, it's pretty tedious to remember every day to go to the dedicated part of your favorite wallet to do it. It is all the more unfortunate that if you forget to do so, you won't benefit from an increased income when you curate new posts or comments.

Wouldn't it make your life even cooler if you could automate it all?

This is where Hive AutoClaim services come to the rescue.

What's Hive AutoClaim?

Hive AutoClaim are services that will automatically do all the dirty work for you and claim any available Hive and Hive-Engine token, 24 hours a day!

It will claim your available Hive rewards (HIVE, HP or HBD) every hour, if any.

It will also perform the same operation for any available Hive-Engine token(s) once per day (Hive-Engine does not allow you to do it more often, whether manually or automatically).

How to activate your services?

You need to authorize AutoClaim to issue a claim operation to the blockchain on your behalf.
To perform this, simply click on this link:

https://hivesigner.com/authorize/hive.autoclaim

The following HiveSigner page will then be displayed:

Click on "Continue"

Enter your username and your Private active key.

Note: Your Active Key is only required here to allow HiveSigner to update your account settings. It will NOT be stored.

This is the last step. Click on the "Authorize" button to finalize the process.
You now have authorized AutoClaim to do its work for you.

That's all! Really easy, isn't it?

From now, your Hive and Hive-Engine tokens will be claimed automatically when available. All you have to do is watch them fall into your wallet.

How to deactivate your services?

If for any reasons you need to deactivate AutoClaim services from claiming your tokens, you can click on this link:

https://hivesigner.com/revoke/hive.autoclaim

The following HiveSigner page will then be displayed:

Click on "Continue"

Enter your username and your Private active key.

Note: Your Active Key is only required here to allow HiveSigner to update your account settings. It will NOT be stored.

Click on "Revoke" to confirm your request.

From now, AutoClaim will stop claiming your tokens on your behalf.

Support

If you have any questions, support for this service is provided on Hivechain.app server on Discord. Use the dedicated AutoClaim channel.


Hive AutoClaim is a project initiated by @arcange

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So much has changed over the years. This is incredible.

Sounds like a good service. Scammers will be naturally excluded because they'll never pay the fee.

Bonjour @arcange - Guiltyparties parle de "frais" - je ne vois pas de référence à des frais dans cet article ...
Autre question, est-ce que le code source de cette app est disponible ? Je cherche une app simple que je pourrais montrer dans un cours de "blockchain" et éventuellement demander aux étudiants de partir de ce code et explorer d'autres choses.
Merci d'avance

Il n'y a pas de frais lié à l'utilisation du service.
Malheureusement, le code n'est actuellement pas en open source.

Bonjour @arcange - Guiltyparties parle de "frais" - je ne vois pas de référence à des frais dans cet article ...
Autre question, est-ce que le code source de cette app est disponible ? Je cherche une app simple que je pourrais montrer dans un cours de "blockchain" et éventuellement demander aux étudiants de partir de ce code et explorer d'autres choses.
Merci d'avance

I do not want to sound toxic, but I think that writing this article was probably more time-consuming than writing the app itself.