The team at PeakD recently released another tool that shows how high the RC costs are for certain transactions on the Hive Blockchain. Here, calculations are made based on the size (or amount of data being written to the blockchain). The tool from @peakd for showing the costs can be viewed here:
With the numbers, which are displayed there, we can unfortunately do very less... Therefore I have now once taken the values and converted the corresponding costs in RC to Hive Power.
Date: November 9th 2022
|Transaction||Cost RC||~Cost HP|
|Custom Json 50||206855753||~ 0.115 HP|
|Custom Json 200||368905717||~ 0.204 HP|
|Custom Json 1000||1222863050||~ 0.678 HP|
|Custom Json 8000||8685533287||~ 4.813 HP|
|Comment 50||734895816||~ 0.407 HP|
|Vote 5%||159749705||~ 0.089 HP|
|Claim Account*||11195127978211||~ 6,203.186 HP|
*Claim Account costs are a special feature of the Blockchain that allows the creation of Claim Account tickets above a certain amount of Staked HIVE - Claim Account tickets.
As you can see, certain interactions on the Hive Blockchain require a certain amount of Hive Power (resource credits). However, the vast majority of users should be able to manage quite well with a minimal investment and perform all interactions on the blockchain.
I will ask the team around HiveHub.dev or PeakD once if they can't add the simple transaction of HIVE/HBD, as this is one of the core features of our beloved blockchain.
Thanks and see you soon!