RE: Curation Rewards - A Curators Perspective

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spend a few hours a day reading and upvoting content

Whenever curation is being talked about, "spending HOURS a day" comes up. Honestly, I don't believe it takes hours to find 10 posts worth voting. People are either lying (more likely) or they are proud of being very, very slow readers (less likely). Come ooooon...............

but could spend an hour a day writing a post and probably get more POB returned to me for my effort

Clearly, this depends on how much stake you have.

Already less 'bang for your buck' comes from curating and it is a pretty 'loveless' job, but an important one.

This is not true in POB, where you get liquid curation rewards. You're not stuck for 13 weeks powering down. It's an easy job, too.

Less investment

Better author rewards means better content. A high quality project brings in higher long-term profit.


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Whenever curation is being talked about, "spending HOURS a day" comes up. Honestly, I don't believe it takes hours to find 10 posts worth voting. People are either lying (more likely) or they are proud of being very, very slow readers (less likely). Come ooooon...............

For real. The people who say this are dropping the 100% or 50% votes too. It takes a little more time when you are spreading the votes even further but it doesn't take hours upon hours to get your votes in daily (some days are different of course).

I'd love to see an experiment where people are given larger stakes for a day so we can see how they handle it though. It's a shock to the system if you're looking to do a good job and keep your standards high consistently. Nothing overly strenuous though.


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I may not spend 'hours and hours' a day voting, but I like to spread my votes around and read what I am voting on. It does take time to curate good content.


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Yes, but because it doesn't take "hours and hours", I'd say it's pretty financially rewarding.


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