LeoFinance Weekly Stats 01/04/2020 to 01/10/2020

Welcome to the weekly edition of LeoFinance stats report. Last week was one of the best for the LEO token reaching ATH after ATH. Lets take a look at the stats.
This is a weekly report covering January 4th, through January 10, 2021.

If you want to learn a bit more about the LeoFinance ecosystem and dig into the numbers, this is the place to be.

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The following topics will be covered:

  • Issued LEO Tokens
  • Top LEO Earners
  • Rewards to HP delegators trough the leo.bounties program
  • Daily stats on tokens staking
  • Share of tokens staked
  • Top Users that staked
  • Unique number of LeoFInance users
  • Posts/comments activities on the platform
  • Posting from LeoFinance.io interface
  • Price Chart

Issued LEO Tokens

Let’s take a look into token issuance and how it is distributed over time.

Below is a chart that represents the cumulative issued LEO tokens.

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This chart is representing the total LEO supply, circulating supply and burned tokens.

A total of 8.22M issued LEO tokens, 2.16M burned, 6.06M circulating supply.

Next is the issued LEO tokens from last week. Here is the chart:

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A total of 49k LEO were issued in the last week.

Let’s see how these tokens were distributed.
Below is the chart of the top 10 LEO earners this week.

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@onealfa is on the top with 2.3k tokens, followed by @rollandthomas and @taskmaster4450le on the third place.

The @wleo.pool account have 5.3k LEO issued in the week. These are liquidity providers incentives.

Rewards from Bounties

Users who delegate their HP to the @leo.voter receive daily payouts in the form of LEO tokens at a rate of ~16% APR. Also at time some other bounties are in place.

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@bridwatcher on the top followed by xxxxx….. and @lafona-miner.

Staking LEO

Below is a chart that represents the daily flow of staked and unstaked LEO tokens. A positive bar going up shows a day where more LEO was staked than unstaked.

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July 2019 is excluded from the chart for better visibility. Those are the first days and there are a lot of tokens staked.

The staking has been going up in the last period.

Below is the chart of the top 10 users that staked LEO last week:

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@empoderat on the top with almost 10k LEO staked followed by @trumpman and @scaredycatguide.

The Overall Flow of the LEO Token Supply:

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The yellow (liquid LEO) is an interesting category. A lot of movements here due to the WLEO launch.

Note on the yellow, liquid category above. It includes the LEO in the liquidity pool as well. If we remove that, the liquidity will be much lower.

Below is a chart of the ratio staked/unstaked tokens.

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As already mentioned, there is an increase in the amount of LEO staked in the week to almost 79%. These leaves just above 100k liquid tokens, shared on HE and Uniswap. Basically, a liquidity crunch, and if someone would like to get some larger LEO amounts, the only way is Uniswap.

LeoFinance Users

Below is a chart with the number of unique users that posted from the LeoFinance frontend.

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A total of 2087 unique users have posted from the LeoFinance frontend.

More than 100 accounts posted for the first time from the LeoFinance interface in the last week.

Monthly Active Users Posting from LeoFInance [MAU]

Here is the chart for the monthly active users that posted from the leofinance.io interface.

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A continues increase in the number of MAU in the last four months.

Activities on LeoFInance

Below is a chart of the LeoFinance activities with the numbers of posts from the LeoFinance interface and posts with the #leofinance tag.

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The yellow are posts from the leofinance interface and the orange posts from other hive frontends with the leofinance tag.

Here is the chart showing only posts made from the LeoFinance.io interface.

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The up trend in the numbers of post from leofinance continues in the last week as well with a total of 1589 post in the week. A new ATH in posts number in the last week with 254 posts per day on January 6. Each day of the week has more than 200 posts per day.

LeoFinance has introduced a 10% incentive for posting trough the native frontend. When users post from other frontends and just with the leofinance tag they have 10% less rewards.

Number of comments from LeoFinance.io

There is an initiative in the last period for engagement on the platform and some of the large stakeholders have been voting comments a lot.

Here is the chart for the numbers of comments starting from April 2020.

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After a small drop in the previous weeks, mainy because of some technical issues the last week has been a record high week in the number of comments.

Almost 8k comments in the week, each day with more than a 1000 comments per day.

Authors that commented the most

There is an initiative in the last period for engagement on the platform and some of the large stakeholders have been voting comments a lot.
Here are the top authors that commented the most.

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@taskmaster4450le is on the top with 362 comments from the leofinance interface, followed by @filotasriza3 and @acesontop.

Price

All time LEO price

It is interesting to look at the LEO token price, keeping in mind the crazy ride that HIVE had in the previous month.

Here is the price chart in dollar value with average price for better visibility.

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Have in mind the above is an average daily price.

LEO price in the Last 30 days

Here is the price of LEO in the last 30 days also in dollar value:

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As mentioned the LEO token price has been going up and up in the previous week breaking one ATH after another. At one point it reached 0.6$ on Hive Engine, and it has been around 0.5$ for a few days. ETH had correction today and LEO as well with the price just above 0.4$ atm.

 

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