This month we will be looking more closely into the Sportstalk tribe. The name of the tribe is pretty much self-explanatory what this tribe is all about. Sports in general is huge. A lot of potential here.
Sportstlak seems to be one of the Steem Engine tribe with some success. It has a nice activity and a decent volume on the token, comparing it to others. Lets see some more data and charts.
Here I will do a closer look into the data of the tribe, the number of tokens issued, top earners, staking, activity on the web, prices etc.
Data will be presented for the period between 10/18/2019 till 11/17/2019.
The following topics will be covered:
- Tokens distribution,
- Top Earners in the last 30 days
- Staking and top Stakers
- Number of Sportslak users
- Posts and comments activities on the platform
- Posting from sportstalksocial.com interface,
- Votes from the @sportsvoter and
- Price Chart
First, lets take a look into token distribution, inflation and how it is distributed.
Below is a chart that represents the daily issued SPORTS token.
On average there is around 2.3 million SPORTS tokens issued daily. For the period the number of issued tokens is 71.2 million tokens. Compared to some of the other tribes like PAL or LEO where there is around 5k tokens issued daily this is a high inflation. But having good use cases is important as well.
Top 10 SPORTS Earners for the period
Now that we saw how the numbers on the tokens are issued let’s see how those are being distributed. How much do the top 10 received and how much the rest? How many accounts earned SPORTS tokens?
Here is the chart of the Top 10 SPORTS earners in the period.
Out of the 71.2 M issued tokens in the period, the top 10 earned 18.7 M or 26% share of the reward pool.
This is an overall nice distribution of the token an less concentrated than some other tribes.
Staking is an important part of the tokenomics as it shows how much of the tokens are out of the market and put in use.
Here is the chart of the net staked tokens in the last 30 days.
A total of 83 M SPORTS tokens staked in the period
The tokens above are not net tokens, meaning its not a difference between staked and unstaked but only tokens that were staked. The unstaking period for token to my last information is 9 months. Quite a long time.
Top 10 SPORTS Stakers in the period
Who is doing the staking? Here is the chart of the Top 10 SPORTS stakers in the period analyzed.
I wasn’t able to make a pie with the share of staked unstaked tokens, due to the specifics of the SPORTS token. There are two large accounts with almost 100B liquid tokens, and this is making the chart irrelevant.
Burning tokens is an important metric as in a way it is a anti inflationary measure and it shows the use cases for the token or sinks.
A total of 4.18M tokens burned in the period analyzed
Looks like starting from October 31 there is more burning on the SPORTS token.
Top 10 SPORTS Burners in the last 30 days
Who is doing the burning? Here is the chart of the Top 10 SPORTS burners (not sure about this word 😊) in the last 30 days.
Out of the 4.18M tokens burnt in the period, the top 10 burnt 3.4M or 81%% share.
On the top is the @sportspromo account with 816k SPORTS tokens burned in the period.
How is the SPORTS community doing with the number of users?
Below is a chart with the number of unique users that posted on the Sportstalk web. These are users that posted directly from the web.
A total of 1175 unique user have posted from the Sportstalk frontend.
The users who posted from other frontends and included the tag #sportstalk are not included in the chart above.
Next, a chart for the new daily users that posted from the web in the period.
A total of 81 new users used the sportstalk frontend for the first time in the period analyzed.
Activities on Sportstalks
Below is a char of the activities on Sportstalk, including posting and commenting from the Sportstalk interface and posting and commenting with the #sportstalk tag.
We can see that the majority of the posting still comes from other interfaces with the tag #sportstalk, but the numbers on the sportstalksocial web are also doing fine. Compared to the other tribes sportstalk at the moment has the highest number of users on their native frontend.
Here is the chart only for posts from sportstalksocial.com interface.
There seems to been a bit of excitement at the begging an the numbers dropped afterword’s. In the last period there is on average around 120 posts coming from the sportstalk frontend.
Posts and comments from the Sportstalk interface
Below is the chart on the posts and comments from the Sportstalk web, in the period.
Votes from @sportsvoter
The @sportsvoter account has around 150k SP at the moment. Not sure how exactly it works, but I guess it rewards sportstalk user for creating quality content.
Here is the chart on the number of daily votes from these accounts.
A total of 1972 votes were casted to a 301 users with 18 votes per day on average.
Here is the price chart with daily candles. A bit darker for better visibility.
In the last few days the SPORTS token is traded around 0.0007 to 0.0008 STEEM.
All the best