In my last post I spoke of https://www.neoxian.city. You can use the neoxian tag the same as using the palnet tag. As you can see, I am using both of those tags in this post, which means I can earn on both of those platforms, besides here on steemit. You can also earn on both platforms when I upvote your comment.
There is a lot of excitement surrounding this new platform. To start with https://www.neoxian.city you go to that site and log in using your steemit credentials. The nice thing is you will earn NEOXAG as I upvote your comments here. So log in and see how much NEOXAG Tokens you have earned. Current price of NEOXAG is $0.02189, but the amount earned in my reply to your comment (and upvoting your comment) in terms of USD is higher than earnings on steemit.
Yesterday, they developed (and it went live) a bid-bot service. You can use use for your posts. You will never earn a negative return with this bot. You can use the bot itself and/or delegate to the bot, being paid daily in NEOXAG. I will share @zaku's post next but I did find and borrowed the following from the post he did:
"There has been many features added on neoxian.city tribe like : Token Delegation, Steempeak tribe active etc and all this happens in just 5 days, YEAH you heard it right just in 5 days . The NEOXAG Bid Bot Sink has been in the works for last 2 days & it's completed so fast . So, here we are releasing our NEOXAG Bid Bot Sink @neoxiancityvb (Neoxian city voting bot)."
Don't you love how I use a beautiful rose bud photo to draw you in to read all this wonderful information. I do have a nice selection of photographs again for your viewing delight. The rose bud is another photograph of the red miniture rose I bought for my wife this past Valentines Day.
Speaking of roses...on Tuesday my daughter and myself will be going to Manito Park in Spokane, Wshington like last year. They have a huge rose garden so I am looking forward to many new rose photos. They have many other flowers as well. We went earlier last year, but I delayed going until now so more flowers would be in bloom. I need to build my portfolio to get through the Winter months, otherwise all you will see is snow!
Now let us move on to more photographs. Next ups is one of my pink Petunias. I may have a similar photograph to this one that was used in previous posts.
This next photo is of a blossom from a plant that is called Hens and Chicks. Last year was the first time I had them bloom, and they are at it again. I took a macro-shot to bring out the uniqueness of the bud.
You can learn more about this plant here:
"Hens and chicks are members of the Sempervivum group of succulent plants. They are commonly called houseleeks and grow well indoors and out, in cool or hot temperatures. Hens and chicks plants are so called because of the rosette shape and habit of the plant to produce numerous babies.Mar 14, 2019
Hens And Chicks Plants: How To Grow Hens And Chicks"
I am getting a lot of photos from my game camera, but not all are usable. Here is a yearling, born last Spring, and is looking healthy for being on her own. Hopefully she will group up with some other yearling does for the Summer.
We lost several rose bushes over Winter, but two started growing from the root-stock. They turned out to be some very pretty roses, although maybe not as perfect as the grafted part that died. Here is an interesting macro-shot of one:
My final photograph is a different approach to a recent Sunflower I shared. This one was grown by my daughter. These yellow ones are so bright and cheerful, and I think, a wonderful way to end the photo section of this post:
This brings us to the end of the photographs for my weekend post. I hope you find at least one item here that you enjoy.
Here is a link for @aid.venezuela's recent post on their Nutritional Screening program: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/q3sucuzapko
I would also like to let you know about @socialbot where there is a ROI for those who delegate, but then earnings by @socialbot earns from curating are contributed to social oriented programs. There main site states 120% reward for delegators. I will use parts of a comment I left on one of their posts to clarify this:
- My understanding is that those that delegate will receive a portion of the earnings of the post. So that the 100% earnings is divided among those that delegate. I personally delegated 1000 SP (it might be a little higher now) and I receive on average 13 - 15% annual rate of return. I say pretty close because sometimes it is more. The rate of return on what I delegated is very competitive. Now for the 20% which brings up the 120% issue. The 20% is what is earned through curation. ( "20% share of Delegators will be donated to charities on behalf of delegators from each powerdown by @SocialBot"). That curated earnings is donated to the charities. Those of us who delegated are helping to build donations to the charities that are mentioned in their post. @schoolforsdg4 is the primary recipient, but in time part of that 20% will be split between @schoolforSDG4 and other charitable/social projects.
In addition to that if you "send minimum 0.1 to maximum 0.55 steem with Memo of your post link" you will receive an upvote. I have used this service and my earnings from their upvote has always been more value than what I sent. If their voting power is too low you go into a queue and receive your upvote when their Voting Power increases.
Their link is https://steemit.com/@socialbot
As usual I would like to list a few charitable users that I try and support. I include them as partial beneficiaries of my posts. It is a small amount that they will receive, yet each is doing a lot to help people. Please check out their blogs and support them in anyway you can.
Some I have supported for quite awhile, while some are newer.
Each of these users have a unique service they provide and I applaud their good work. Thank you for considering them.
After initial publication I found that @Zaxan founder of aid.venezuela has a fundition project going on to raise enough money to purchase a computer so he can both do a better job with @aid.venezuela, but also to earn an income with his graphics design skills. Read a more thorough explaination in his Fundition project: https://fundition.io/#!/@zaxan/9ip1vvj57/backers