Are you always scouring the Hive-Engine market, trying to buy cheap LEO?
If the answer is yes, then this #threadstorm (1/🧵) is for you.
(2/🧵): Did you know that its possible to view a version of Hive-Engine that also displays usernames beside orders in the book?
(3/🧵): If you're smart, you can use this information to accumulate LEO on the cheap from those consistently dumping their rewards.
Let's dig deeper.
(4/🧵): You're likely used to viewing the regular LEO market on Hive Engine at the following URL:
(5/🧵): There, the Hive-Engine order book for LEO will like this:
(6/🧵): You can see all of the orders in the book...
...but you can't see who they each belong to.
(7/🧵): Now try using the following URL to bring up the same Hive-Engine LEO market:
(8/🧵): Can you spot the key difference in how the order book is displayed?
(9/🧵): Not only can you still see all of the same orders in the book.
You can now also see the usernames of who each of the orders belong to.
(10/🧵): Game changer!
Heck, you can even see usernames in the Trade History.
(11/🧵): So now you have this invaluable information, put on your detective hat and try to land a deal to buy some cheap LEO.
Well, you can start off by concluding that serial dumpers on this list want to get rid of their LEO as fast and stress-free as possible.
(13/🧵): At the same time, you want an easy supply of LEO flowing into your account and will pay cash HIVE.
A match made in heaven if ever there was one.
(14/🧵): It's literally beneficial for both parties to strike a deal, somewhere between the bid and ask price for an OTC trade.
(15/🧵): Scour the Trade History section and look for usernames of people consistently dumping steady amounts of LEO.
Likely they have a stack of LEOM or are simply consistent bloggers who dump the LEO portion of their rewards.
(16/🧵): Once you've found a suspect, head over to their profile and drop a comment asking them if they'd be willing to do a deal.
(17/🧵): Better yet, tag them in a thread and strike up a conversation this way!
(18/🧵): You shouldn't be worried to reach out because a smooth OTC deal helps the seller as much as it helps you.
Just remember to be courteous and professional in your approach.
(19/🧵): To save yourself some time, I would suggest ignoring orders from the leomaker account.
(20/🧵): This is a market making bot designed to front run bids and offers.
You're not going to get much of a reply here 🤖.
(21/🧵): You're now equipped to secure yourself a steady stream of cheap LEO.
LEO that you don't have to scrap with plebs in the order book for.
You've got this!
(22/🧵): Want more threads like this?
Smash that upvote button and then leave a reply to let me know.
Awesome #threadstorm.. you might be the first or at least one of the first to create one and I love the topic you chose to do it on ;) #leo!
Such a useful piece of information shared via #threads. :') Thank you so much Dane. Love it!
An over-the-counter deal doesn't seem bad but I prefer to just throw down my order and wait. It's great information and I never really found out how to see who was selling or buying before.
Nope, I sell it and buy super discounted LBI.
Oh, this is wonderful, another milestone achieved here on hive ecosystem,great one
I get some when we get a hive pump, I picked some up a few weeks ago!