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RE: Creating Content on the Blockchain - Getting Started

in LeoFinance7 months ago

When you place either HIVE or HBD into Savings, there is a three day wait when you want to withdraw it. If someone should get into your account and you have your HIVE and HBD in Savings, then the thief has nothing they can steal.

Are you serious ma'am? If our Hive is stake, once those hackers that send pishing links won't be able to take our HP?

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Well the best solution is a hacker doesn't get in.

But should one do so, your HP is locked and takes a week to get 1/13 of it. Any funds you have in Savings HIVE or HBD, is safe for 3 days.

Anything outside of savings or staked can be taken right away.

Keeping an eye on your wallet and protecting it is pretty crucial.

Whoever tries to steal staked HIVE will be in for a rude awakening when it's discovered that it takes 13 weeks to unstake the full amount. Each week only 1/13 of the staked HIVE gets unstaked.

It could be worse: the thief could try unstaking a similar HIVE-value of staked BLOG, and that takes 60 weeks. This I discovered the hard way.

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You mean the HE token, BLOG, takes 60 weeks to unstake? 😲🙆

Believe it or not, yes. You can check for yourself using the Info widget at Tribaldex.

Maybe it's me, but that may be one reason why BLOG has horrible liquidity: it's easy to buy but difficult to sell.

In theory, any of us can tag a post so that we can earn BLOG, but under those conditions why bother?

There are H-E tokens we can buy for 1 SWAP.HIVE as "lottery tickets" in the event they either take off or rebound in price. These days for me, POB is a "lottery ticket" buy (and that was months ago when it was in DOGE territory). BLOG, sadly, is not a "lottery ticket" buy.

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Believe it or not, yes. You can check for yourself using the Info widget at Tribaldex.
Maybe it's me, but that may be one reason why BLOG has horrible liquidity: it's easy to buy but difficult to sell.

I would never know if you didn't mention it. I learned this one from you. Thanks for sharing.

and that was months ago when it was in DOGE territory

What does POB being in the Doge category mean, magna?

...and that was months ago when it was in DOGE territory

What does POB being in the Doge category mean, magna?

I was referring to the price of DOGE at that particular moment.

Whatever the price of 1 DOGE was at the time I bought lots of POB. I forget the exact price at which I bought POB that day, but 1 DOGE was in the neighborhood of USD 0.10 to USD 0.15. Since then, 1 POB had fallen to a bit over USD 0.01.

I remember when 1 POB was worth more than 1 LEO, and back then both were near USD 0.30. These days, 1 LEO is in DOGE territory while 1 CUB has been descending into POB territory.

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