LBRYnomics V6.5.0 Beta

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* All data is rounded up to a whole number.
* This data is only for active Boosts. Historical Boosts from abandoned Supports and unlocked Tips are not counted.
* Trending countdown is the number of blocks remaining until the next LBRY trending cycle.

What is a boost?

A Boost is a Tip or a Support that has been placed on a claim (published content). Boosts help content perform better in Trending, Related and search results. They also help vanity names from being taken over.

The difference between a Tip and a Support is that a Tip is permanent and a Support is retractable.

You can take Supports back at any time, which is good if you only want to support something temporarily. Whereas a Tip is a gift that is sent to the content owner's wallet as a gift. You can never get this back.

A support is a stake that lends its amount to bolster an existing claim.

Read more on the LBRY White Paper.

Note for developers: In the LBRY source code, the term "support" encapsulates both Supports and Tips, and is equivalent to what we are calling Boosts on this page.

What is a Claim?

A Claim is basically what you create when you publish content or create a channel on the LBRY platform.

A claim is a stake that stores metadata. There are two types of claims. Stream claims declare the availability, access method, and publisher of a stream. Channel claims create a pseudonym that can be used as the publisher of stream claims.

Read more in the LBRY White Paper. On this page, we are using the more familiar term "Content" for stream claims.

What is a Channel?

A LBRY Channel is a place you can group your claims under. For example, if you wanted a place for cat videos and another place for food pictures, you could create a channel for each. Each Channel will have its own unique URL.

Channels are the unit of identity. A channel is a claim for a name beginning with @ that contains a metadata structure for identity rather than content. Included in the metadata is the channel’s public key. Here’s an example:

Read more on the LBRY White Paper.

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