Video: What Are SmartRewards? - The Animated SmartBee EP02

3년 전


In the second episode of the SmartCash series we are looking closer at the SmartRewards, the price stabilization mechanism and passive income feature. For a more broader overview over SmartCash please watch the first episode of the SmartBee.

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Welcome to SmartCash, a young blockchain technology that offers great features. In this video we have a closer look at one of them: the SmartRewards!

SmartCash comes with an integrated price stabilization mechanism called SmartRewards that encourages long term holding. Here is how it works:

On the 25th of each month a snapshot is taken from all addresses. If it contains at least 1000 SmartCash before the snapshot and does no withdrawals until the next snapshot – then it becomes eligible to receive SmartRewards which are paid to each address automatically on the 25th. You can always move your SMART out but if you do your address becomes ineligible for the next SmartRewards. However, you can add more SmartCash without risking your SmartRewards but must wait until the next snapshot to make the added sum eligible as well.

The SmartRewards are coming out of the 15% block reward allocation while another 5% goes to miners, 10% to SmartNodes and 70% to the SmartHive Project Treasury. All addresses eligible for SmartRewards are sharing the available pool with other. That means the more people hold on to their SmartCash the less will be paid out per month. You can always find the SmartRewards calculator on the Smartcash website to get the current estimated monthly reward percentage.

There are several ways to earn with SmartCash. Stay tuned for the next video where you learn more about SmartNodes. And I BEE you next time!



For more information about SmartCash please see the following links:

Steemit: @smartcash

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That bee really needs to learn how to pronounce eligible. Anyway, great video.


Sure thing, I just did. Pretty unintuitive for my little bee taste. I also checked the spelling of pronunciation because I wondered why you put an ou in the middle... ;-)

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Thank you, I will have a look at your link. :)

Great work Bee.

We're still loving this series!


Awesome! Greetings to the far away Australia. Do you have bees there?


Do you have bees there?

We have a wide array of Bees in Australia, both native and introduced. The European Honey Bees are common throughout the entire country, while the larger Bumble Bee has now spread through, and is just as common in Tasmania.

Our native bees are a little different (as all animals and plants that have evolved down here in isolation are). A lot don't even sting and use different pollination techniques to their European cousins.

Pretty cool huh!


I wanna meet those bees one day!

  ·  3년 전

what happened to the video on Youtube? Why would they pull it?


No clue why they suspended the account. Use DTube for now.


They have activated it again.

nice work here.


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Didn't know Steemit had tip bots! That's pretty neat.

Nice work.
Thank you so much

Well done! Upvoted!!

I was unable to watch the video " video unavailable"


They have now activated the account again.


Thanks for the update. The videos are really interesting. Simple and straight to the point.


The channel was suspended by Google without any explanation. You can use the DTube version in much lower resolution as DTube currently only supports 480p.