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Tx 750d742faddf1b8e20e7527396f5b10f460c136f@15446438

Included in block 15,446,438 at 2017-09-14 01:51:03 (UTC)


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parent_authorpaulag
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authorvalued-customer
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body">"therefore : 152k / 358k = .424 x 100 = 42.4%"
But this figure includes those who joined since mid-July.
>"You must keep in mind that 32% of the accounts registered in 2017 have also registered in the last 60%. This would mean that 26% of accounts registered Between Jan and mid-July are have voted in the last 60 days."
This would seem to be the correct percentage, rather than the calculation above, since it does not include the accounts that joined within the last 60 days.
Except that it excludes the accounts that joined in 2016.
>"There were 118K accounts registered on Steemit in 2016, however only 11k of these accounts (<10%) have voted in the last 60 days"
Which is significantly lower than even 26%.
My guess is that, excluding the accounts that signed up in the last 60 days, the real retention rate is therefore between 26% and <10%. Is this correct?"
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