I can't remember the last time I had a Big Mac / Win some ENGAGE/LIFESTYLE tokens via your engagement efforts.
This image has appeared a few times this afternoon, and you can find out your influence in Big Macs here:
So far, I've not seen any details on how this might be calculated and perhaps review.hunt.town are choosing to keep the recipe a secret to limit abuse going forward.
Anyway, who needs a Big Mac when you can have some ENGAGE tokens.
Do you know how many comments you have written per top level post?
or, how many characters of text you write per comment?
I'm at 47 comments per top level post and 185 characters per comment.
To earn some ENGAGE tokens, choose 1 of the following:
- Your Comment count / Post count * 10 (I would receive 470 ENGAGE)
- Your Comment length / Comment count (I would receive 185 ENGAGE)
Choose carefully - If you Post a lot then maybe option 2 is for you :)
Last week I mentioned in my 3 year anniversary post that I'd bought a bunch of LIFESTYLE tokens at .08 STEEM. I think the total amount I collected was just over 9000, around 750 STEEM. This was a fair-sized punt for me, but the reasons for doing so were solid and the main one related to the burning of LIFESTYLE tokens:
In addition to slow-drops over the next 6 months, we've created a few sell orders on the Steem-Engine market. We call this a sell-drop as these tokens are available in a very limited quantity and there will be no more sell orders once these are either filled or 7 days after launch when anything remaining will be burned permanently. source
My plan was to stake around half what I'd bought and sell the rest - hopefully at double the buy price so to make my investment in the token a free one. I'd put various sell orders in just under .16 and those went today, along with the 1000 I had listed at .195 - Feeling smug 😁
I've still got 750 tokens in my wallet and I'm deciding what to do with them at present. The sells so far have pretty much covered my investment and so I think I'll give some away to the people who score best in the two options discussed above.