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RE: Linear rewards live on STEMGeeks, up to 179% APR, math included

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I am not a huge fan of comment voting under exponential rewards, but with linear rewards it is no longer a problem. On Hive it is frequently used to take advantage of zero competition voting.

I think there is a lot of value in comments and voting them, but with exponential rewards they were abused a lot and it is not always easy to tell the difference.

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Comments are an important part of engagement but people don't vote on comments much these days because of the Hive change to rewards curve.
I think linear is better and simpler.

2 cents payout is the reason that most people do not vote comments. My vote is not worth 2 cents and voting on comments just drain of my VP with no economic benefit to other user. Tribe do not have that "cents " limits that make you free to upvote comments.

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The two cents thing or so called "dust vote threshold" is a reason why I've been using @dustsweeper for ages now. It works pretty well and is free to use.

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