HoneySaver Funds Update: Mid-Feb 2021

This is the reporting of the status of HoneySaver Funds for the middle of February 2021. Currently, there is a total of 3,959 HIVE invested into the funds generating a monthly interest of around 48.92 HIVE. Since the last update, we have acquired more SHARE tokens and added a few miners too which were funded by new infusion of fresh investments from our users.

We have changed the way the funds reporting is done. First, the frequency of reporting is reduced to just twice a month, instead of every week. Then, the assets in the funds are grouped into five main categories: Hive, Non-Hive, Tribe, Miner, and Yield. Hive assets refer to HIVE tokens, Hive Power (staked HIVE), and SWAP.HIVE (Hive in Hive-Engine). Non-Hive will refer to assets outside of the Hive blockchain. Tribe are tribe tokens where we have holdings of more than $5. Miner are those miner tokens for the tribes while Yield are those tokens that provide returns just by holding onto them like SPI and BRO.3959.85761

As of today, the chart below how the funds are distributed across the five categories.


The main currency for HoneySaver Funds is the HIVE token. However, it is also important to know the current value of the funds in terms of US Dollars. The bar chart below shows the present valuation of the fund as grouped into the categories mentioned.


As of today, liquidity still stands at one (1) percent of all the invested funds, down by three nothces since the last update. By middle of 2021, the target liquidity is 20 percent.


Thank you for your time. The funds may be operating privately but we hope that you will learn something from these regular updates that we intend to do on weekly basis.

HoneySaver Funds is a private investment initiative started by @leoneil to help his circle of friends in Hive to provide returns of their idle Hive assets sitting in their accounts. The funds update will be done on the 1st, 15th, 22nd, and last day of each month.

"Don't look for the needle in the haystack. Just buy the haystack!" — John Bogle

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