@stemgeeks is the primary account for announcements and engagement with the STEMGeeks community. All official announcements will come from this account and I recommend following the account if you feel you will be an active member in the STEMGeeks community.
My goal is to try to minimize the influence on the reward pool and allow the community to decide what should be rewarded. Out of the 2M STEM tokens allocated from the initial supply, I powered up 50,000 STEM to the account @stemcuration.
I wanted to power up enough to reward the best content in the community but avoid devaluing the stake of community members. This is a very difficult balance and I feel a meager 50,000 STEM Power achieves that goal.
The reward pool on STEMGeeks rewards curation 50% and that means @stemcuration will collect STEM tokens for doing curation. While I have no plans to optimize the voting on @stemcuration and it very well may sit at 100% voting power for extended periods of time, it is unavoidable it will collect STEM tokens.
As such, I plan on burning any rewards generated from @stemgeeks posts and @stemcuration curation. I believe this allows the community to earn curation rewards if they chose to vote @stemgeeks posts but doesn't encourage STEMGeeks accounts to stack tokens. This will not be automated (at least initially) and will be done infrequently but they will not hit the market.
This also creates a sink for STEM tokens that will reduce the impact of inflation.
For the foreseeable future, I will be burning rewards gained by curating and posting on STEMGeeks accounts. I believe this will allow your stake to have the most impact and minimize our impact on inflation.
STEMGeeks has relatively low inflation and creates fewer tokens than most tribes, a little goes a long way.
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