Hive vs Steem Stats - May 5, 2020

Welcome to my Hive vs Steem Stats Report for Tuesday, May 5, 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
2020-05-0421,22712,717
2020-05-0319,64813,257
2020-05-0220,07912,432
2020-05-0122,00413,381
2020-04-3022,07912,825
2020-04-2921,49611,781
2020-04-2823,16612,647
2020-04-2721,61113,721

2. Posts, excluding comments

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DateHive PostsSteem Posts
2020-05-046,4806,028
2020-05-035,6786,175
2020-05-026,2965,614
2020-05-016,1206,241
2020-04-306,6375,484
2020-04-296,0615,543
2020-04-286,6555,809
2020-04-277,2286,534

3. Average number of comments per post

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4. Daily number of votes

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DateHive VotesSteem Votes
2020-05-04225,748243,278
2020-05-03229,792274,057
2020-05-02219,724269,341
2020-05-01226,424280,861
2020-04-30223,788245,399
2020-04-29222,504239,836
2020-04-28233,237251,503
2020-04-27229,298252,595

5. Daily accounts transacting

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DateHive accounts transactingSteem accounts transacting
2020-05-0412,29821,826
2020-05-0312,13324,723
2020-05-0212,12024,850
2020-05-0112,46024,903
2020-04-3012,27324,791
2020-04-2912,34123,825
2020-04-2812,42924,825
2020-04-2712,71324,157

6. Daily number of users that are posting

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DateHive accounts postingSteem accounts posting
2020-05-043,5853,536
2020-05-033,5613,409
2020-05-023,5053,410
2020-05-013,6813,485
2020-04-303,7713,434
2020-04-293,8073,475
2020-04-283,7463,646
2020-04-273,7553,626

7. New accounts created

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DateHive new accountsSteem new accounts
2020-05-04206147
2020-05-03198134
2020-05-02203139
2020-05-01232170
2020-04-30222160
2020-04-29181143
2020-04-28199157
2020-04-27299157

8. Vesting / Power UP

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DateHive powered UPSteem powered UP
2020-05-0462,67529,571
2020-05-0360,56432,427
2020-05-0241,16435,436
2020-05-0154,65548,896
2020-04-30527,72443,259
2020-04-2964,84148,782
2020-04-2820,13336,697
2020-04-2719,28181,776

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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Hey, @penguinpablo.

So, there's plenty to look at dissect here, so great job as always. I'm glad I came across this post now since it seems to be only the second one in the series.

What I'm wondering about is this particular graph.

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I was trying to match it up with the others, but can't quite figure out what the accounts on STEEM are doing at such a higher rate. Posts, comments and upvotes, and the other transactions all seem to be closer between STEEM and HIVE, so could that be more like people playing Splinterlands or something like that causing it, since some of those games are yet to port over?

I made a chart of the number of accounts that voted at least once.

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It's almost exactly the same as the total accounts transacting. The only difference is that the numbers are a bit lower.

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Conclusion: Almost all active accounts are at least active voters.

Note: A 'transacting account' is an account that made at least one of these transactions: a vote, post, comment, transfer, power up or HBD conversion. Splinterlands users transact on the blockchain by a 'custom_json' transaction. These are not included in my calculations.

Hey, @penguinpablo.

Well, okay. As you say, definitely looks like that other graph, only lower. And right, I should have remembered that part about the custom_json. Okay. Are you still thinking bots, though?

Aren't those account performing power down and transferring steem out to exchange? Also selling SBD for steem to transfer it out? Are those included in this graph?

Hey, @m-san.

Not sure if you were wanting me to answer this or @penguinpablo, yes, though he doesn't seem to list power downs, just power ups, based on his answer here:

Note: A 'transacting account' is an account that made at least one of these transactions: a vote, post, comment, transfer, power up or HBD conversion.

So, as far as STEEM is concerned, the same would apply to those. I guess we'll need clarification on the power downs.

That is a good question.
Maybe many voting bots on Steem that only do a small number of votes per day? I'm going to find out tomorrow.

Cool. I'll check back.

re: voting bots

It's funny, but my mind immediately went to bots of some sort, too, but then I couldn't figure out what they were doing. I guess staying under the radar would be important if they are bots, so doing a little each day makes sense, but it kind of runs counter to what bots are normally used for (lots of automated transactions).

Might the difference be Splinterlands-related?

Edited: Duh, Glen already asked that.

Lol the powerups on STEEM. Shows that Justin has been buying the bags of those that are powering down.

I would be interested in seeing the numbers of posts to blogs, and to communities. Also cant wait till you get hive now, up and running. I totally left steemit. But steem now was a great little tab in my bookmarks.

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Thanks for the update. Bless you

Good stats, it would be nice to have a HIVE/Steem price chart and maybe a HBD/SBD chart.
Thank you.

Wow, great stats, I wonder what future spects us.

From the data, I would say Hive is doing much better than steem. It’s amazing what Hive has achieved over the span of 3 months. It shows that Steemit problems is closely related to its management.

Great analysis. Looks like HIVE for the win. I wanted to tell you that your posts have inspired me to do a daily technical analysis report of those interested in trading HIVE. In combination with what you post on your page, one can get some real good insight in where the market is going. I have almost 20 years of trading experience, maybe you'd like to take a look and give me some feedback. Would be much appreciated. Hope you are well and keep up the great work.

Keep up the good my friend 🤝 it's always good to see what's going on

( I will be upvoting this comment due to it being downvoted wrongfully )