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IMPORTANT update within our Project.hope community BENEFICIARY SYSTEM




Several weeks ago, I've discussed several crucial suggestions related to some major upcoming changes within the Project.hope economical model (you can check the link to a post explaining our PH economy at the bottom of this post).

On my private profile I've posted an article, which served as an opening for discussion. It has been shared with the entire PH core team and several other active members of our community. Those of you who would like to get familiar with that particular discussion (or refresh your memory) can visit this link. I highly recommend that:

PROJECT.HOPE economy - upcoming changes and suggestions for 2022 [DRAFT]:

UPCOMING CHANGE within beneficiary model


We will focus on one particular change related to the current beneficiary model.

Allow me to quote:

MAJOR CHANGE: beneficiary would be maintained at 50%. With one major exception:
if you (or any other author) would decide that YOU WILL invest at least 30 minutes of your time right after publishing your post, and you would read others and comment on publications of other Ph members -> then set up 35% beneficiary instead of 50%. This way more rewards will stay with you.

Within that 30 minutes, each one of you shall be able to read and comment on at least 3 publications. Without rushing. Having enough time to read post and share some valuable comment.

By setting up 35% beneficiary - you will also declare your willingness to read received comments on your own publication (after all, nothing discourage more from commenting more than knowing, that author won't even bother to read our comment).

Hope this change is clear and easy to understand?



This change has two main purposes and goals that we hope to achieve:
1.) We aim to bring extra benefit to those who invest their time into being active and an engaging part of our PH community (they keep more payout rewards for themselves and they will be prioritized with strong upvotes)
2.) It allows everyone to recognize publications which are worth their time.

Those of us who invest their own time into reading and commenting on other members' publications WILL STOP wasting their time by engaging with those authors who are non-responding. Simply by checking the beneficiary on each post (if it's either 35% or 50%) - all of us are being informed by authors on their intentions to be ACTIVE or IN-ACTIVE.
Responsive or unresponsive.

This way we're hoping to redirect more VALUABLE TRAFFIC towards those who are an active part of the Project.hope community.



On top of finding ways to reward active PH members for their engagement, I also have another purpose: to PROTECT their valuable TIME. After all, I would like to reduce the amount of time wasted. Wasted by often spending hours engaging with people who do not ever bother to even read received comments, people who will never visit their own publication in return.

All our members are welcome to set up 35% beneficiary (instead of standard 50%). By doing so YOU DECLARE that you will do two things:
a) you will read received comments and reply to at least some of them.
b) also you will also allocate at least 30minutes to visit few publications posted by other PH members right after you publish your own article

You receive traffic and attention - then pay back with the same. Fair enough?


Those who are engaging and are active with comments in our community on Steemit will enjoy priority with upvotes. ON BOTH CHAINS (I plan to set an auto-upvote on HIVE and support MAINLY those of you, who are engaging within Project.hope community).

On top of that, active members may also count on financial support from us in case of medical expenses (in such a case: contact @josevas217 or @crypto.piotr).



Every resteem would help us greatly to reach a wider audience within our community. So consider resteeming and also commenting (and sharing your thoughts and opinions on upcoming changes). We value and appreciate all feedback.

Decisions eventually are made by Project.hope leaders, but we want each one of you to have some VOICE. A voice which will be heard and taken into consideration.

Useful links


Those are some links, which many of you may consider worth visiting (even if simply to refresh your memory about PH economic model and read discussion on some of upcoming changes):

Topic Url
PROJECT.HOPE economy - upcoming changes and suggestions for 2022 [DRAFT]
Project.hope community on Steemit:
Our discord server:

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