|Just less than week ago I came back to Steemit after taking short break and I decided to start December with delegating up to 1200SP (40-50 SP per person) in total.|
My goal was to support several people who are sharing similar passions. Mostly towards blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
I surely didn't expect to receive way over 200 comments and more than half were from "minnows" and "plankton", who asked about my little support. It's not rocket science to realize that my budget is clearly too small and even if I would prioritize those who blog about mentioned subjects, I would still need to delegate 40SP to 60-70 people.
Simple math would confirm what I was worried about most. I will have to do some real gymnastic with numbers to fulfill my promises.
For a moment I felt doomed. Nothing can backfire more than unkept promises. Luckily, current STEEM price is very low, so I could safe myself with purchasing some extra STEEM using my personal savings. But that would still not be enough.
I didn't expect such an enormous engagement and I feel blessed to be surrounded by so many amazing people. Thank you to all of you, who wished me a happy marriage. I truly am in love with the Steemit community.
DID YOUR MUM TEACH YOU TO SAY "THANK YOU"
For sure my mum did. I've learned the importance of showing appreciation and being grateful for good things and good people in my life. But how does it matters now? Let me tell you :)
Luckily, a few amazing people came to the rescue. And this post is my tribute to them. I would like to thank each and every one of you for being part of this little venture. I've received some delegations from them which allowed me to delegate my own full STEEM POWER to pretty much everyone who met the requirements of my latest post.
Today, I would like to ask everyone who reads this post and support my effort, to show your own appreciation to those few people who made my delegations possible. Hope you can spent few minutes and visit those accounts, follow them and show your support. Those are people worth to know:
|Thank you @crypto.hype for being part of my life in Malaysia, and for supporting me since the day I got to know you. |
Thank you @tysler for reaching out to me and sharing your knowledge about security tokens and your generous delegation.
Thank you @neavvy for your support. You're indeed a brilliant and intelligent teenager and I cannot wait to meet you in person once Im back to Poland.
Thank you @dynamicrypto and @culgin for being so responsive and supportive all the way. Your delegation will serve us all.
And finally, thank you @hatu for everything you did for me. I hope one day we will find ways to collaborate together. Your knowledge is out of this world.
1200 STEEM POWER IN DELEGATION? LET'S DOUBLE IT!
Since I receive such a great support from @crypto.hype, @tysler, @neavvy, @dynamicrypto, @culgin and @hatu - I can afford to double total amount of delegated SP (up to 2400SP) without completely drying out my own profile from voting power.
How cool it is!? :) Again: BIG THX guys. I appreciate it a lot.
VOTING POWER WORTH "nothing" - few words of explanation
Friend of mine mentioned, that delegating only 40 SP will hardly gave anyone any voting power. He pointed out, that votes will still have no value.
I would like to underline that my support have 2 reasons:
- I would like those in need to be able create few comments and publish their post with less restrictions (RC limits),
- I also want them to feel that there are other people out there, who cares. I know how meaningful this feeling can be.
WHEN WILL I DELEGATE THOSE SP?
Once my previous post turns 7 days old (tomorrow) I will start delegating those STEEM POWER. I've still many comments to address and reply and it's going to take me at least several hours.
That's the price of engaging with many people. It simply takes time. So please be patient. I will help whoever I can, but my priority will be to support those who like to blog about subjects related to my interests (blockchain, crypto, AI and psychology).