Hive vs Steem Stats - Friday, July 31, 2020

Welcome to my Hive vs Steem Stats Report for Friday, July 31, 2020. All data is collected directly from the Steem and Hive blockchains and is based on UTC time.

1. Posts, including comments

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DateHive PostsSteem Posts
2020-07-3018,48213,636
2020-07-2917,84713,595
2020-07-2817,58413,788
2020-07-2718,26714,250
2020-07-2617,79014,429
2020-07-2516,23513,337
2020-07-2417,53915,758
2020-07-2317,70914,627

2. Posts, excluding comments

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DateHive PostsSteem Posts
2020-07-305,7775,944
2020-07-295,4775,819
2020-07-285,3916,000
2020-07-275,4316,356
2020-07-265,5926,699
2020-07-254,9455,902
2020-07-245,6717,723
2020-07-235,5546,801

3. Average number of comments per post

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4. Daily number of votes

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DateHive VotesSteem Votes
2020-07-30239,247115,091
2020-07-29238,433110,936
2020-07-28243,249114,052
2020-07-27245,725129,518
2020-07-26247,501106,809
2020-07-25224,558108,721
2020-07-24239,521108,570
2020-07-23240,888111,818

5. Daily accounts transacting

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DateHive accounts transactingSteem accounts transacting
2020-07-3011,19711,386
2020-07-2911,56611,529
2020-07-2811,72411,491
2020-07-2712,6639,102
2020-07-2612,5178,504
2020-07-2510,8958,543
2020-07-2411,2868,694
2020-07-2311,2738,538

6. Daily number of users that are posting

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DateHive accounts postingSteem accounts posting
2020-07-303,3503,246
2020-07-293,4213,264
2020-07-283,3983,229
2020-07-273,4583,301
2020-07-263,2753,213
2020-07-253,2183,194
2020-07-243,3913,359
2020-07-233,4453,341

7. New accounts created

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DateHive new accountsSteem new accounts
2020-07-30159301
2020-07-29181334
2020-07-28153357
2020-07-27188326
2020-07-26163326
2020-07-25165346
2020-07-24180351
2020-07-23159460

8. Vesting / Power UP

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DateHive powered UPSteem powered UP
2020-07-3021,083205,238
2020-07-2950,312196,017
2020-07-2853,476280,358
2020-07-2775,989230,804
2020-07-2655,951236,654
2020-07-2536,202118,505
2020-07-24886,31495,769
2020-07-2331,113129,971

9. HIVE & STEEM transferred

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10. HIVE & STEEM Transfers to and from exchanges

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This chart shows the difference between deposits and withdrawals on all exchanges. Transfers from one exchange to another are excluded. A negative number means more withdrawn than deposited.


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If I may ... write my Point as content creator.

It's so sad that all this Kindergarten happend and it's not good for either plattform. Over the past couple of months I throught about Steem or Hive, or both?

Actually, I was never asked and suddently found my account 2 times. One one Steem and one on Hive. I don't want to post everything twice .. like a shaddow following me around.

So today I made a post on Steem asking if it's still worth it. I mean our posts are really long (next one way over the 64k limit) Video and post each take way over a week (each) to create.

So on Steem I got one reply like: "Then just leave"
Next was like" "Steem will never die"
Next one was: "If there is a down, ppl have no patience"

WTF?? I monitor the situation since months. I even did a post, asking specific questions, but the replies did not satisfy me.

So my decision stands: One account ist going to die. The question is: Which one?

Thats why some questions bothering me:
Is Steem a chain like monero-gold or classic? Like ppl sitting on an old chain (without development)?
Are Hive and Steem 2 Chains still beeing developed?
I read a lot about that one is centralized and the other is not. Which one is which?

Sincerely,

Martin and Claudi

Is Steem a chain like monero-gold or classic?

I see Steem more like an Asian chain. Most of the posts on the trending page on steemit are in Korean.

If you speak Korean and want to be friends with Justin Sun, use Steem. If not, use Hive.

Thanks for assembling this @penguinpablo, always interesting to see!

It's a bit sad, though... but shows a fairly typical "use pattern" of groups that break away from other groups: A lot of initial enthusiasm gives way to... slow decline? Indifference?

A successful "move" is just that. And no more. You don't get to just move and then expect some magical "it" to happen... building a community is relentless daily work, and once you've moved you might think "we've done all the heavy lifting," but in fact we've only just started doing the heavy lifting.

Of course, Steem is being helped by the substantial inflow of primarily Asian users, drawn in (no doubt) by the "big numbers" of that site's "trending" page... and I doubt they will become long-term active, once those newcomers determine that they will only be getting $0.01 per post, not $125.00. And that's their particular cross to bear, "over there."

But we still have a lot of work to do here... and it's a long term thing...

Steem and hive missed the first move advantage.
We're done.

We were kneecapped by traitors.

I find the daily number of users worrisome. That's a small number to soak up so much Hive inflation.

They seem to be beating us in powering up

Only so they can self-vote their posts :)

Seems like a risky venture lol

The better engagement with posts on Hive makes it more valuable to me. People are just milking Steem rewards whilst they still can. It seems destined to crash and burn.

But the numbers do not support that. I am worried that much less Hive is powered up than Steem. Should be the opposite.

And what are people doing on hive?

Waiting on smteees!™ so that we can fork out the greedy f**ks that are abusing the pool as we speak.

Provided we are accurate in our assessments for airdrops, the community should follow, imo.

When they find out what hive is like without folks voting more than 500mv from the pool, they should be largely alot happier.

As distribution spreads the coin that 500mv can go up at a set rate, imo.

We don't have to take any stake, just cap it's influence to something more reasonable.
Any whale dump would only serve to spread cheap whatever the coin is called.
And good riddance to 'em, iyam.

I believe people are being more social here and the higher rate of commenting supports that. We have active developers and various projects that are not purely about self-interest. Okay, so the main Steemit account is voting up posts, but they have censored and/or downvoted anyone who dares to criticise them, including me. So I cannot even use Steem now even though I did a lot to support it in the past. That seems to count for nothing.

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