The minimum requirements to be able to broadcast are that your account must be at least 14 days old, and you must have at least 250 comment karma (just comment karma, not total karma.)
How many karma do you need to go live on Reddit?
Around 200 karma or so is required to stream from what i know.
How many Upvotes do you need for karma?
Karma refers to points received from upvotes, which are the Reddit equivalents of “likes” on Facebook. You receive approximately one point of karma for each upvote, and you lose about one point of karma for each downvote.
How much karma do you need to make a community?
There are two pre-requisites for making your own sub: account age (around 30 days) and karma (between 50 and 100 combined), and both criteria must be met.
How can I get comment karma?
When you post content with external link based on a text-only, the upvotes you receive will grant you “post” karma. Another type is called “Comment Karma.” It is when you post a comment and being upvoted, you’ll gain “comment” karma.
What is considered low karma?
If a user has a high karma score, it means their posts and comments are well-liked, so they’re viewed as more of an authority within the community. A low or negative karma score means the user’s interactions upset people, and usually point toward the user being a bot, spammer, or troll.
What is the average amount of karma on Reddit?
In terms of all the reddit accounts that exist and how much they have on average, I would say low karma is in the double digits, the average is in the hundreds, above average would be several thousands, and anything higher than maybe around 50,000 would be very uncommon or at least way out of the ordinary.
Why do I have 1 post karma?
Yes, that’s how reddit works. Brand-new accounts start off with 1 post karma, and all of your posts and comments start off with 1 upvote. Past that, the only way to get karma is for others to upvote your posts and comments. Be aware, though, that karma is not one-to-one with votes.
Does Upvoting increase karma?
Next to every Reddit post or comment are upvote and downvote buttons. By clicking one of these, you are giving either positive or negative karma to the post. Positive karma increases the number of points a post has, while negative karma decreases that number.
Does deleting posts affect karma?
Nope. Deleting posts or comments neither loses you any positive karma gained nor restores to you any negative karma lost.
Do you need karma to post?
Unfortunately your account does not have enough karma to submit things to /r/videos at this time. /r/videos requires users to have a minimum of 10 link and 10 comment karma. We suggest that you comment in some popular threads and make submissions to other subreddits to build up your karma and then come back.
How much karma can you get from a post?
In general you’ll never get over 5-6k karma from a post. Although there’s no specific amount.
Do you get karma for giving awards?
The TLDR is that users will gain “award karma” when they give or receive awards. Users will get more karma when they receive awards with higher coin costs. Users who give awards will get karma based on both the coin cost and how early they are in awarding a post or a comment.
Do you get karma for comments?
Posting and commenting
When your posts or comments get upvoted, you gain some karma—so making posts and comments that communities find valuable is the best way to gain karma. The more upvotes you get, the more karma you’ll receive.
How does karma work?
Karma is at once the consequence of past actions and the opportunity for healing and balancing in the present. It is a balancing action that offers us chances through life circumstances, situations, and relationships to learn important spiritual lessons.