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Actifit in 2018 – Activities, Posts, Votes, Rewards and Top Actifitters


9 months agoSteemit10 min read



Actifit was born in 2018. It was the first year for the dApp on the Steem blockchain. Actifit is rewarding its users for being active. Such a noble mission. There is a great potential in the field of healthy life style. Actifit has recognized this and set itself to a journey to tokenize this industry and combine it with the crypto economy.


@actifit was launched at the end of June 2018. It hasn’t been around for the whole year. Because of this the analysis made here will be just for the part of the year @actifit was active in. It was not the best of time to launch a product. The prices went down from the ATH in January 2018 and everybody was a little bit down. On the other hand, this meant that a lot of the speculators was gone, so only a healthy user base was still around.

Me myself I’m using the app on a daily basis and post on my alt account @dalzphoto. I can tell by experience that thanks to this project I’m now a more active person 😊.

In this overview, daily data will be presented for Actifit, like delegations, posts and comments, number of posts and users voted on, average vote worth, daily rewards and the top Actifitters for the year.

Scope of Analysis

The analysis was carried out for the period from 01.01.2018 to 31.12.2018. Data from the STEEM blockchain was used and details of the queries can be found at the bottom of this post.

Actifit Delegations History

Actifit has started humble, but quickly gained a number of delegators. This is a project that is truly supported by the community. It didn’t have a single main delegator but more than 400 different users who delegate to Actifit.

Here is a graph on SP delegated to Actifit in 2018.


As we can see the delegation started at the end on June and continued over the year. By the end of the first month Actifit gathered around 70k SP. The delegations continued as new users come on board and the old one increased the delegations. At the end of the year Actifit have around 275k SP delegated. The sharp increase in November is due to the delegation from @freedom with a 50k SP.

As already mentioned @actifit is a community project and have a lot of delegators. Here is a graph for the number of users that delegated to @actifit.


Here we can see an almost linear line of the number of delegators to Actifit. At the end of 2018 there is more than 400 delegators. This shows that even with the drop in price that came in November, this project continued to grow and receive delegations. All the delegators receive AFIT token daily rewards.

Activity on Actifit

Activity on the platform is in posts and comments. Actifitters post their activity as a daily post. Later they get upvote from Actifit as a reward and AFIT tokens. Post reward depends on the User Score and the Activity. The total number of posts and comments is show in the chart below. Data for each day was collected and presented on this graph.


The total number of posts and comments on Actifit in 2018 is around 130.000

As we can see the activity on the dApp is growing in the first months reaching its maximum in the middle of October 2018. After this it almost remains the same with around 1000 post and comments till the end of the year. All of this period the activity on the Steemit platform was going down. Seeing Actifit attracting users to its platform and the holding to those in times when the price went down almost tree fold is a great thing.

Hopefully they will continue to attract new user in 2019 and bring more on the Steem blockchain directly from the dApp.
The drop in activity in October is due to the Hardfork.

Below is a breakdown of posts and comments and their movement in 2018.


The total number of Actifit posts in 2018 is 47,918.

Not all of this post are daily reports on activity since there is posts just related to actifit, but probably more than 95% of the posts are activity reports. Here we can see a similar pattern as in the overall activity. Nice growth until middle of October and then a steady number of posts with around 300 daily posts.


The total number of comments on Actifit in 2018 is 82,096.

Commenting on the platform is almost the same as the previous graphs. A slight increase in the comments can be seen after the Hardfork in October 2018. This may be due to the fact that Actifit introduced a new rewarding system at the time. One of the factors was also the quality of the post and the comments it gets. So this may increase the comments.

Number of posts voted

As already mentioned, Actifit rewards its users with a vote from their account. They vote on all of the posts that will have 5000 and more moves. Here how that looks in 2018.


The total number of posts voted from Actifit in 2018 was 40,462, with an average of 215 posts voted per day.

Here as well we can see that the number of daily votes reached its maximum in October and then remain at that level. At occasions we can see a sharp drop and then sharp rise in the voting. This is due to the voting bot. Sometimes it misses a day, and then compensates the next day. Also, sometime there are changes in the voting pattern, that requires adjusting.

Number of Actifitters Voted

The number of Actifitters that received a vote from @actifit is an interesting to follow.
This shows how many users @actifit supported with their vote. Below is a chart with a number of monthly users that received vote from Actifit.


A Total of 1712 users received a vote from Actifit in 2018.

Here as well we can see that the number of monthly users supported by Actifit reached its maximum in October, with 865 users voted, and then their a small decline towards the end of the year, finishing it with a 744 users voted by Actifit.

Daily Average Vote Value in STEEM

Actifit is voting with difrent vote weight on the posts. The average weight for 2018 is around 4,72%. Lets see how much is this in STEEM. Below is a chart of daily average worth of dtubbe vote in steem.


The daily average value of the vote in 2018 is 0,34 STEEM

The vote depends on the SP the account holds and the number of posts. We can notice a significant increase in the first months, and then it is levelling up. At the end of the year we can see a small increase in the daily average vote. The days with spikes are days when there is not much of voting happening, and when there is 2 or 3 votes in that day, they increase the average. Actifit is doing a great job in the distribution of the votes. A bigger delegation would be even nicer for this account. Something in the range above one million. I believe this is achievable in 2019.

Note to the vote values. These values are not directly from the blockchain, but calculated. For this purpose the daily SP that the account holds is used, then the weight of the vote, and a theoretical value of the 95% Actifit vote. The curator share is also removed.

This means the values are not 100% accurate but approximate.
I have a suggestion for @crokkon for a more accurate way of determining these values, but since this analysis was already made, I will try to use that method in a future one.

Daily Rewards

With all of the votes casted to its users let’s see how much daily reward Actifit is generating in STEEM. Below is a chart for the sum of daily reward generated by Actifit.


A total of 15,055 STEEM was rewarded from Actifit in 2018 to its users.

Here we can see that at first the total daily reward was quite small, but then it continued with a steady growth to the end of the year. At the end of the year the daily reward reached on approximate 170 STEEM.

Having in mind that this project has been around for a half a year, and for that time it has depending on delegation only from its users, this is a decent amount of reward that they have generated.

Top Actifitters in 2018

Below is a table with top Actifitters ranked by rewards from Actifit.

NoActifitterSTEEM Rewarded

Congratulation to the top Actifitters in 2018!
On the first place is @actifit-peter, second is @practicaleric, and on the third place @stats-generator. There is a data for all Actifitters, but I can’t display all of it here. If someone want this data for his account feel free to ask in the comment.
As mentioned before, the data on the rewards is calculated and it is approximate.


Actifit is a young project. It has been around for a half a year. We can see that it had a great start, growing fast in terms of activity from July to October. Then the activity flattens out. But we should remember that this was one of the worst periods in the crypto space. In October and November, the value of STEEM dropped from around 1$ to 0,23$ at a time. Still this project remined stable with activity. In terms of delegation there has been a steady growth through all the year. Even in the last couple of months when activity flattened the delegation continued to increase. A total of 1700 users posted from the Actifit app in 2018, more than 40.000 reports on activity. The year ended with around 800 monthly users, or around 300 daily ones. At the end of the year @actifit holds more than a 280.000 SP from more than 400 delegators.
Wish them more successful and remarkable 2019!

Tools and Scripts

The data was gathered in Excel From Steemsql held and managed by @arcange.
The query used to get vote information was

    Source = Sql.Database("", "DBSteem", [Query="SELECT#(lf)*#(lf)FROM #(lf)Txvotes (NOLOCK)#(lf)#(lf)WHERE [voter] in ('actifit')#(lf)and CONVERT(DATE,timestamp) BETWEEN '2018-01-01' AND '2018-12-31'"]),
    #"Added Custom" = Table.AddColumn(Source, "% weight", each [weight]/10000),
    #"Changed Type" = Table.TransformColumnTypes(#"Added Custom",{{"% weight", Percentage.Type}}),
    #"Added Custom1" = Table.AddColumn(#"Changed Type", "Current vote worth", each 50),
    #"Added Custom2" = Table.AddColumn(#"Added Custom1", "approx vote $", each [Current vote worth]*[#"% weight"]),
    #"Changed Type1" = Table.TransformColumnTypes(#"Added Custom2",{{"timestamp", type date}, {"approx vote $", type number}})
    #"Changed Type1"

The query used to get post information was

    Source = Sql.Database("", "DBSteem", [Query="SELECT#(lf)    author,#(lf)json_metadata,#(lf) permlink,#(lf)      total_payout_value,#(lf)    pending_payout_value,#(lf)    net_votes,#(lf)    created,#(lf)    children,#(lf)    Category,#(lf)    Depth#(lf)#(lf)FROM comments (NOLOCK)#(lf)where CONVERT(DATE,created) BETWEEN '2018-01-01' AND '2018-12-31' and#(lf)contains (json_metadata, 'actifit')#(lf)#(lf)#(lf)#(lf)"]),
    #"Changed Type" = Table.TransformColumnTypes(Source,{{"created", type date}})
    #"Changed Type"

The query used to get delegations was

    Source = Sql.Database("", "DBSteem", [Query="SELECT#(lf)TxDelegateVestingShares.*,#(lf)Convert(date, TxDelegateVestingShares.timestamp) as [Date],#(lf)Convert(time, TxDelegateVestingShares.timestamp) as [Time]#(lf)FROM #(lf)TxDelegateVestingShares (NOLOCK)#(lf)#(lf)WHERE TxDelegateVestingShares.delegatee = 'actifit'"]),
#"Changed Type" = Table.TransformColumnTypes(Source,{{"Date", type date}})
    #"Changed Type"

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