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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Percent of users using BitcoinQT 8.2 on: June 05, 2013, 10:27:29 AM
Does anyone know a website that lists the current number of users for each client on the network?

The only one ive been able to find is this

However i really have no clue how accurate that is. So if anyone else has any related links, please post them.
2  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Transaction contents question. on: April 14, 2013, 05:55:36 AM
this has been bugging me and i havnt seen it said explicitly, so let me ask...

As an example.

If someone sends 500 different transactions in different blocks, to address A. i then send the entire sum that was sent to address A to address B. Would the transaction from address A to B include the 500 mentioned transactions/outputs that make up address A's funds, or would it only include address A?

I hope that is a simple enough and straightforward enough question.
3  Economy / Marketplace / easy way to get BTC, a 'must read' for cpu miners on: July 20, 2011, 04:30:48 PM
I'm not one for surveys and such but I ran across this websites url and since it didn't require a email address I thought why not give it a look. In all honesty I was quite surprised I ended up getting .107 BTC in about 10 minutes, so I instantly thought "this has got to be some kind of scam" and I decided I wouldn't do anymore till I got the payment. It took close to 72 hours but I finally got the payment and I can't tell you how surprised I was that I got it. Since then it hasn't been quite so easy but its still vary much worth it and there is more then just surveys. A few things only require a email to get the the btc. They also have a good payout for netflix and gamefly for first time users, about 10$ worth of BTC for first time users of the service and it only requires you sign up for the demo. If your interested in trying it i would appreciate you using my referral link, it will send an addition 25% to me that doesn't come out of your earnings.

I also checked out this website, but they only offer surveys and so far I only managed to 'qualify' for one of them, but maybe others will have better luck. The one I did manage to qualify for was rather short and the BTC was in my account in less then 24 hours. while at the moment I do prefer the first website, I will be continuing to try to use this one and will hopefully qualify for another survey soon. If your interested in trying it, would be great if you used my referral link it will get me a additional 20% that does not come out of your earnings.

While most will probably assume this is BS and id normally agree, id highly recommend that you at least take 10 minutes and give these sites a look. If you are a CPU miner you owe it to yourself to at least spend a few minutes trying these, you wont regret it since you will make allot more doing this then by mining and you wont tear up your cpu Grin

In case you missed my links here they are again. Try it! You wont regret it Smiley

Here and here
4  Other / Off-topic / email service that doesnt use javascript? on: July 14, 2011, 05:45:51 PM
does anyone know a email provider that doesn't use javascript that lets you get a email address for free and that is secure and not google.. been looking and cant find one @_@
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Running bitcoin through TOR on: July 10, 2011, 11:59:00 AM
Has anyone ever ran bitcoin through the TOR network? any thoughts or concerns?
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / where is the pie chart that shows each pools shares? on: July 08, 2011, 08:16:13 AM
I've seen the same style pie chart around a few different times and i was curious if it was a live pie chart that can be checked at any time, if so does anyone have a link?

would be neat to have a stickied thread somewhere that contained links to such things.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Future issue: limited number of transactions per block? on: July 07, 2011, 06:56:51 AM
got a few questions id like to get some answers on from the people that know.

are block sizes limited? if so how many transactions can fit in a block? depending on how many can fit, if we cant fit all the current transactions in some blocks, how will we fit them in the future assuming bitcoin becomes the world currency. ie it can handle its current transactions, but what about 100,000 more per block? if they are limited and it cant fit 100,000 per block is their any way to 'fix' this because their is no way the world is going to keep to a super low number. if the transactions keep overflowing the blocks it will just end up making a huge backlog that can never be caught up with.

i ask because i don't know and never ran across an answer, but i really am hoping this isn't an issue.
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