RE: Some ideas for future POB Delegations from @proofofbrainio

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Well yeah the 100% upvote per week definitely depends on the stake and see many are already manually curating . If we pick the 3 members from those manual curators then it is not "Extra" work for them right ?

100% upvote is just a bonus for them .

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1 yr (edited)

My point was more directed towards the accountability factor, the upvote isn't a huge deal in the grand scheme of things, just that it's a contributing factor to what makes the efforts of curating on the account worthwhile for the individual.

It seems like it may be better to set up an account to curation trail follow these three members and then they can receive the upvote from the account at the end of the week or whatever. This reduces the chance for abuse and curation trails can be easily disconnected if anything fishy goes on without the need to change the posting key or remove the delegation.

If it was a separate account that those three members had the keys for, they'd have to curate on their own account and then the curation account which would mean more work.


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That's exactly what went through my mind too . Instead of sharing keys , it is better to set them on curation trail for the 3 users whom the community votes .

If it was a separate account that those three members had the keys for, they'd have to curate on their own account and then the curation account which would mean more work.

Yeah and eventually they will start following the trail of the "separate account" .

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It seems like the best way to help out with the distribution, there just needs to be a process where these people can lay down their stats and method for curation (not sure if that's totally necessary but it helps).

I'm not clued up to how this has played out in the past on the main side of HIVE, but if someone has any arguments against this I'm interested. How did OCD, Curie, etc start operations? And what issues are now present that should be avoided, or at the least, be prepared to tackle?


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