Tagged With "reward"

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Any rewards for being active ?

a4illusionist ·
The info about how things works here is very limited. is there any reward for being active ? i mean just like steemit where the members are being paid in the form of steem coins, do we have a similar system here ? i mean is there any reward for the members ?
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Re: Any rewards for being active ?

Bitsurfer7 ·
hello mate, if you are an active forum member the future token you will get are calculated on the activity points you own. If you do postings or likes you will receive token in the future. They will give us more details of ratio and other relevated things a bit later. Best regards, Bitsurfer
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Bryan ·
Or, if you were talking about being rewarded for activity on the Narrative platform once it's up and running, check out the Narrative Whitepaper for the various distributions for different levels of participation (narrative-network.pdf, p17)
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Bryan ·
Here is a helpful page re: rewards for community participation. https://community.narrative.ne...es/community-rewards
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Rushikesh ·
By when Narrative is expected to be launched?
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Rosemary ·
Thanks @Bryan and @Bitsurfer7 , I'd just add for total clarity... The "activity points" you accumulate here in this community will help you get a portion of the Community Rewards which will be paid out in NRV tokens (see the link @Bryan posted above). This community is NOT Narrative itself; this is just our community platform we're using as an interim solution until Narrative comes to life.
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Rushikesh ·
Thanks Bryan excited to be a part of innovative community
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Re: Any rewards for being active ?

Bryan ·
Chaucer is targeted for a March 22 launch. https://blog.narrative.network...chaucer-1e47311d93fc
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Deleting Posts

Bitsurfer7 ·
Hy members, i think it‘s a shame that people could get community reward points for posting useless things in the forum like a smiley or something else. We should enable a admin only for proofing posts. So that it is impossible to get points for doing nothing. We should act asap. Sincerly, bitsurfer
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Rushikesh ·
This will help to create a good community who share similar vision as of Narrative and grow with it.
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Rosemary ·
Don't worry, we're on top of it, and we have the ability behind the scenes to remove activity points when appropriate (for example, for one word, or single emoji posts). Definitely feel free to report those, and they're being reviewed in the background for deletion. I totally appreciate your leadership here!
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Bitsurfer7 ·
Okay great. I already report those gyus who believe they can earn reward points for doing nothing. Don´t worry, i want to make this group as big as bitcointalk. Maybe we can create it together
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Akshay Shinde ·
Thanks for share information about points. I hope active members will get good rewards.
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Harj ·
Its a great Idea to reward those that contribute great way to start the journey! thanks for the link Bryan.
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Re: Deleting Posts

Harj ·
I appreciate your concern Bitsurfer but from what I have seen its few and far between the smily faces and small comments (maybe they have already been deleted) but not a problem yet maybe in the future. but its nice to get new users even if its a smily face! on board at the moment the comments have been from the same users like you, me, Rush, Byan, Dias, Akshay.
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NETWORK REWARDS

Harj ·
I love the idea as outlined by Ted in his whitepaper that the lifeblood of the network is the Network Rewards fund. All revenue generated by the network (excluding Fiat Conversion Fees), including new token generation (after the genesis token generation event), advertising sales, channel ownership fees, is always included in the Network Rewards fund and this fund is distributed on a recurring basis. That to me sounds like a amazing way for Narrative to have a strong base or support and...
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Re: NETWORK REWARDS

Harj ·
Thank you Dinuxen, Yes and the kicker is you dont even need a crypto wallet, you can get your rewards paid in Fiat if you wish : )
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Re: NETWORK REWARDS

Dinuxen ·
Yes main part of the project is the network so we want keep motivate to build up the project, Great Idea !!!
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Re: NETWORK REWARDS

Akshay Shinde ·
Yeah Narrative Platform has mind-blowing concept which they are paying us rewards points for sharing our thoughts on Narrative forum
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Re: NETWORK REWARDS

Malkazoid ·
It is going to be a fascinating process to see these rewards start to flow, and watch them respond to our communal efforts to improve Narrative content. Everything else put aside, it is fascinating in its own right to get to experience this play by play, from the beginning. In fewer words: I'm digging the journey. Onwards!
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Re: Any rewards for being active ?

Emad ·
Dear Rose, thanks for clarification
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Reward for getting a niche up

b1tbyb1t ·
Is there a reward system for submitting a niche, getting it approved and then eventually purchased by someone else? I only had enough NRVE to buy one niche and have seen a couple of my niches picked up by others. All I can say right now is well done to them but it makes me wonder, did I buy the right one?
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

Xiffix ·
"Did i do the right thing?" This is the worst thing to ask yourself if the only goal is to beat yourself up... One of the many things i learned from crypto is hindsight is a B*tch. Considering NRVE is not yet trade-able on an exchange there is no way to obtain extra NRVE to buy more niches. People who joined the Tokensale had a first shot at buying niches(founders even before members) If you only had NRVE for one niche maybe waiting with submitting the others until you had more tokens would...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

Gerbino ·
Not sure if I follow, but you submit a niche which then enters the ballot box for approval over a 48hr period (with at least a 50% upvote to be approved). Once approved, the niche becomes available for bidding in the auction section. The opening bid is equal to $75 calculated at a rate of 300 NRVE per NEO (with NEO value updated each day). once the niche receives it’s first bid in the auction, a 48 hour count-down commences to the end of the auction. Bids are in the Ebay auction format where...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

b1tbyb1t ·
Hi @Gerbino . Thanks for replying but no, it wasn't what I was asking. I already own a niche. But I submitted two others which ended up getting approved and one of them bought by someone else (I didn't bid). I only had enough NRVE to purchase one niche so I had to choose one of the three. So I'm thinking, should I suggest other niches because I can still see gaps and great topics (knowing I don't have any NRVEs to buy them if they're approved). I just wanted to know if there's any incentive...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

b1tbyb1t ·
Yeah @Xiffix , it was a choice between a niche that has the potential to be huge versus a niche that is of great interest to me. In the battle of the heart vs mind, the heart won. I'll kick myself later when the owner of the niche I didn't pick rakes in tons of NRVE I only wish there was a reward system for submitting the niche in the first place. And yes, I've seen people in telegram offering their NRVEs for sale but like you said, it's a gamble.
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

Xiffix ·
I think what @b1tbyb1t would like is a 1% reward or maybe even less for the person who submitted the Niche. It can be fair but i think people will spam all the niches they can think of, and the selection process will be even harder than it already is...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

Michael Farris ·
As part of kicking around ideas for Narrative, we did talk about somehow rewarding great suggestions. We already penalize for bad ones that are voted down. There' nothing in place to reward good suggestions now though I get your idea. It's also not on any roadmap. A few comments from others as well as my own. Ideas, even good ones, are not a scarce commodity. What gives value is the hard work and promotion a team of niche owners and moderators put in. What's really scarce is NRVE and time to...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

John Clare ·
Woof. I definitely that there were rewards for suggesting niches (I thought I read it in the whitepaper or somewhere, but maybe I just assumed it). It seems like a pretty basic thing that you would reward people for.....Profiting off someone's idea, while the person who created the idea receives no reward (whatsoever) for it? c'mon that is ridiculous and seems antithetical to this platform. They literally created the idea for a niche, then some person with more money took it --the fact that...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

b1tbyb1t ·
It's good to know rewarding niche suggestions was considered at the onset @Michael Farris and that the idea is now embedded within the team. Now the Narrative plan is in play. From what I can see, there's currently a dearth of new niche suggestions and growing stack of approved niches with no one bidding. Is this related to the no-reward system or the quality of approved topics? I don't know. But what would happen to the awaiting no-NRVE-to-spend content creator if the niche she/he suggested...
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Re: Deleting Posts

Michael Farris ·
FYI - I'm processing scripts right now (they're called Recipes) on all replies that are a few words and add nothing to the conversation. As they are deleted, they take away double the points earned by the reply.
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Sergei ·
Rank's burst is it or not no one can remove posts if it don't break forum's rules.
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

Whitmal ·
Hi, I agree it would of been a good idea, but to be fair they can't install a mechanism now. The niche price is set -the winner pays the pool. Where would the reward come from? The buyer or the pool? Retroactively including all past sales would also have same issue, where does the rewards come from? And some past buyers may have no NRVE left, we can't make them owe the pool. We can't only reward new ideas since some of the old ideas sold for what might be record prices. This would cut out...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

John Clare ·
Eh. There should be some benefit for people suggesting niches/good niches. Just look at the narrative.network front page: "The economic motive is to reward all users who add value," "model that rewards the people creating and facilitating great content." It seems like suggesting niches fit these ideas to a T. My point is there seems to be a contradiction here in the ideas behind Narrative and not rewarding niche suggestions. Why would suggesting niches not fall into something like "activity...
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Activity - views and likes

Malkazoid ·
Dear @Narrative Network Team I have a question regarding how activity is measured. Since this measure is the foundation of the network rewards attributions, it would be great for us to look at it in a little bit of detail. Right now, from what I have understood, this measurement is based purely in comments, and likes. A) Do likes on comments constitute extra activity for the content, and niche? B) Do views amount to anything, even if the view does not lead to a like? B is of interest to...
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Re: Activity - views and likes

Malkazoid ·
Hey @Michael Farris I guess I should have been more specific. I was referring to activity measurement on the launch platform of Narrative. Hence the mention of advertising (of which there is none here), and of network rewards (as opposed to community rewards). I'm very grateful for the community rewards, but that has never been a focus of my posting here: 99 percent of my interest and energy for these forums goes to contributing what I can to Narrative as a platform. Here, I'm interested in...
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Re: Activity - views and likes

Michael Farris ·
It's a pretty simple activity algorithm suitable for building traffic and content. Yes, likes and shares and similar social activities have an effect. That's why we use it for this phase of the community rewards. That's also why it doesn't even come close to how reputation will work in Narrative. We don't publish the exact algorithm or the rolling point tally because of human nature AKA gaming the system is hard to filter out from genuine contributions. PS. This forum software scoring system...
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NRVE Community Rewards! ATTENTION!

Harj ·
Guys its been noticed that most have no NEO address in their profile's!!!!! Narrative have said they will provide 5 more days to update your profileS. You can find this on update your profile and then go to Other Profile Information NEO Public Address to receive NRVE Rewards Optional Please do ASAP IF YOU WANT TO BE IN THE REWARDS PROGRAM.
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Re: NRVE Community Rewards! ATTENTION!

Malkazoid ·
Thanks Harj! It wasn't clear to me that there was a place for the NEO address on the community forum profile. When the message from Narrative came about how to receive rewards, they mentioned a profile but since our NEO address is already attached to our token sale profile, I assumed that is what they were talking about... I really appreciate the heads up, and I'm sure others will too!
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

freedom ·
I would say a reputation boost for suggesting niches and maybe a portion of the initial auction award would be a suitable proposal, retroactively awarding niche rewards would not take to long at this stage in development. A token reward for starting the first step in creating a niche is appropriate as it gives new users a motivation to create quality niches and participate in the voting process. Just as their is an incentive for participating in community voting through reputation a...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

Emily Barnett ·
@b1tbyb1t One thing you could do to mitigate your feeling of doubt and FOMO is to approach the niche owner and let them know you are interested in being the moderator. 6% is better than 0%. Also the real money comes in as a regular content contributor for your passion projects at 60%. stock pile those posts so that you have a ton of ready content when we launch. I want to add to what @freedom regarding the potential for niche farming if it was decided that people get a percentage of a niche...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

freedom ·
Great Input @Emily Barnett I agree there would be issues to a proposal of rewarding users a part of the auction awards that we would need to address. On the issue of redundancy I feel that it is offset by the disincentives to contribute suggestions and inputs. If the penalty for a failed niche suggestion is a reduction in reputation it is fair to reward users for suggesting a successful niche, via the reputation system with tips being an additional option instead of mandatory percentages.
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b1tbyb1t ·
Thank you @freedom and @Emily Barnett for clearly articulating your points. Believe you me I considered everyone's position on this thread and in stepping into your shoes, I saw value and validity in every argument. Tis a pity that the consideration @Michael Farris mentioned given by the team during the planning stage was not acted upon positively because at least we would be discussing one of the imagined consequences now instead of this. I'm not going to continue to present any other ideas...
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

Emily Barnett ·
I live in a commonwealth country too...Yep words like colour should never be banned. the English invented English. But not much luck in fighting that battle! Like you i suggested one and it got rejected...for not legit reasons I might add.
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Re: Reward for getting a niche up

Malkazoid ·
Though there is a lack of resolution on this topic right now, I have to say that it seriously stokes me to see the discussion on this thread. All of you here are contributing the type of thoughtful and respectful input I was hoping to see increase. Those of us contributing in this way are starting to grow in numbers... it is a great thing to witness. Looking at all the angles represented, I too feel everyone is coming from a rational place. The bottom line from the Narrative network...
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Re: Claim Your Spot in the Narrative Alpha

Melanie Mathos ·
Thanks for the feedback, will definitely look at making more prominent so there is no confusion!
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Re: Claim Your Spot in the Narrative Alpha

Malkazoid ·
As did @Emily Barnett , I started sending the sign up link to people before I dug deeper and read that referrals work via a personal referral link. It would really be helpful to inform folks of this in the original post in this thread. It could also be mentioned in: https://blog.narrative.network...e-alpha-e5aa67c52bc6 Instead, right now, the above article has a link in it to learn more about referrals, and only after following that link is it revealed that there is such a thing as a...
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Re: Claim Your Spot in the Narrative Alpha

Malkazoid ·
Some feedback on the post ( https://blog.narrative.network...e-alpha-e5aa67c52bc6 ) "niches are communal posting areas that create unified, relevant content streams on unique topics." Is it just me or does this description of niches seem overly wordy and convoluted? I should know - I have to constantly watch myself for the same sin. Suggested replacement: "A niche is a home for content of a specific topic". I think it would pay to be as simple and direct as possible in describing this core...
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Re: Claim Your Spot in the Narrative Alpha

Emily Barnett ·
Really terrific! Very excited about the referral program being implemented. Now I shall really get busy!!! Great work @Narrative Network Team ! One tiny tiny suggestion...on the front landing page you may want to consider adding the moderators make 6% and content contributors earn 60 % pro rata like you did the niche ownership. I am making posts to complete newbies and a few already signed up. it would be helpful if the financial incentives were front and centre. My bad...I didn't read about...
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Re: Claim Your Spot in the Narrative Alpha

Malkazoid ·
Nice! Reading up on it now. Move fast folks - 160 of the 1000 places have already been taken.
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