CTP weekly stats report

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Welcome to my CTP weekly stats report. It is compiled for everyone interested in the development of CTP Talk and CTP token, so please continue to read for your weekly stats dosage.

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As you may have noticed over the past months, I have been extending the report with new stats and from this week I’m including the comments and comment earnings CTP Talk posts receive. This provides another inside in how the tribe is responding and interacting with the post authors and the wider community.

Thus, in this report the following topics will be covered:
• Daily posts and earnings on CTP Talk
• Top CTP Talk post authors and earners
• New, active and total post authors
• Daily comments and earnings
• CTP Talk frontend utilisation
• CTP on Hive-Engine


Daily posts and earnings on CTP Talk


Let’s start with the daily posts and earnings in week 12. During this week 447 (+4.7%) unique authors published 1,995 (+9.4%) posts and generated 22,414 CTP in earnings. The first chart presents the number of posts published per day.

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The second chart shows the earnings these posts have generated per day.

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In the past weeks, the number of unique authors kept growing with 4.8 authors weekly.

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Also the number of posts increased with 7 posts weekly.

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Finally, the amount of CTP tokens earned remained flat at 3,000 CTP weekly.

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Top CTP Talk post authors and earners


The next two charts present the top post authors and earners in week 12.

The TOP-3 CTP authors with the highest number of posts were @playpoker (41), @playhighcard (40) and @harpreetjanda (29).

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Furthermore the TOP-3 CTP post earners were @jongolson (938 CTP), @elianaicgomes (874 CTP) and @ph1102 (828 CTP).

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New, active and total post authors

In week 12 we had 39 new authors on CTP Talk.

I would like to welcome @reto-bienestar, @piensocrates, @onlycrypto, @orivero22, @amys2s, @trostparadox, @mafuluko, @cryptounicorn420, @mehmetfix, @emsenn0, @poshbot, @jaquevital, @chrono.leo, @th0mas313, @lupega, @phul, @hungrypb, @salcor, @kennyroy, @curatingunicorn, @mrix, @almightymelon, @raymondspeaks, @lazmitev, @divinekids, @bo022, @digitalis, @tulip1, @mariponce, @bitandi, @sheinthu, @blue.rabbit, @zunira, @tatyhomka, @zekepickleman, @bitcoinsud and @yieldgrower to the CTP tribe, having published their first post during this week.

Looking at the overall trend, the number of new authors is further increasing with 0.2 authors weekly.

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As a result, the total number of CTP Talk authors has now reached 1,624.

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The 14-days retention rate (which provides an indication of CTP Swarm engagement, interest, and loyalty) has reached 526 authors and is still advancing.

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Daily comments and earnings


The number of comments on posts also increased. This week we had 13,242 comments in total. In the chart below you will see the steady increase in CTP post comments.

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Although the daily number of comments is increasing, the upvote value decrease slightly. This week 1,457 CTP was awarded in upvotes.

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CTP Talk frontend utilisation


In the above sections I have highlighted the posts and comments generated using the CTP tag. These posts and comments could have been entered using many different frontends. When we specifically look at the CTP Talk frontend, 224 posts and comments were published in week 12.

The Top 3 authors using this frontend to publish their posts were @hirohurl (6 posts), @amr008.ctp (3 posts) and @slackerman (3 posts).

Furthermore the Top 3 comment posters were @jfang003 (39 comments), @gurseerat (15 comments) and @theroad2freedom (14 comments).

In the 2 tables below present the TOP-10 post and comment authors.

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During the week, the frontend utilisation has increased again. Let's see if we move back to March levels in the coming weeks.

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CTP on Hive-Engine

The following charts present the development of the CTP token on Hive-Engine with the first one providing an overview of the total CTP supply, the number of tokens staked, liquid and burned.

In week to 28 March, the total CTP supply increased with 28,944 CTP to 3,062,093 CTP. The number of tokens staked went up to 2,671,234 or 89.6% of the total number in circulation. Finally 405 CTP were burned.

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The total amount of CTP in circulation is held by 2,661 (+1.2%) account holders, which is steadily increasing.

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The final chart presents the TOP 20 - CTP holders. @bradleyarrow managed to climb 2 positions in the Top 20 and now holds position 13.

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This concludes my weekly update, until the next time and stay safe! 😀

(Information source: Hive blockchain, CTP Talk frontend and Hive-Engine)

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