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January 16, 2013, 08:36:33 PM
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Let's make a list, with whatever info is publicly available, of most successful businesses in the bitcoin ecosystem. Obviously there are hundreds here , but let's focus on the ones big enough to attract investors, make news, advertise, etc..


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RCompanySales/mth  $ Profit/yr  BTC Profit/yr  Industrylink
1MtGox$ 14M$ 3.2MBTC 200kExchange-
2Silk Road $ 2M$ 2.4BTC 160kMarketplace-
3BitPay$ 325k$ 1MBTC 62kPayments-
4BitInstant $ 1M$ 400kBTC 31k Exchange-
5SatoshiDice$ 7.6M$ 500kBTC 33kGambling-
6Butterfly Labs$ 2M-BTCHardware-
7Coinabul$ 1.5M-BTCBullion-
8MPEX$ 350k200kBTC 14kFinancial-
9Bitmit$ 25k-   BTCMarketplace-
10Bitbet$ 33k-BTCGambling-
11Bitstamp$ 1.3M$ 72k BTC 5kExchange-
12Bitcoinstore--BTCRetail-
13BetsofBitcoin--BTCGambling-
14Blockchain--BTC--
15Bitzino--BTC 10kGambling-
16SealswithClubs--BTC 1kGambling-
17Avalon$ 400k-BTCHardware-
18bASIC--BTCHardware-
19ASICMiner--BTCHardware-
20---BTC -



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January 16, 2013, 08:40:49 PM
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January 16, 2013, 08:43:03 PM
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coinabul > bitinstant?

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January 16, 2013, 08:43:40 PM
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coinabul > bitinstant?

give me numbers/estimates and I will correct..
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January 16, 2013, 08:46:44 PM
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coinabul > bitinstant?

give me numbers/estimates and I will correct..

I don't have numbers, just guesstimating volume and markup for each. Bitinstant I'd think has way more volume.

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January 17, 2013, 11:37:08 AM
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Some numbers here:
http://mpex.co/

Satoshi Dice:
http://mpex.co/?mpsic=S.DICE

Profit/month = $59k
Est. Annual profit = $720k   BTC49k


Bitbet.us:
http://mpex.co/?mpsic=S.BBET

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Revenue : 25`553.98115344 BTC         ---> $ 370k
Profit : 433.9709646 BTC                    ---> $ 6k /mth    --->$ 72k/yr (est)
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January 18, 2013, 07:02:14 AM
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http://betsofbitco.in

I didn't even know of http://bitbet.us till a few days ago

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January 18, 2013, 07:07:25 PM
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The correct MPOE/MPEx 2012 figure is 14,150.9485518 BTC profit (2,850.59835549 + 433.9709646 + 630.31566629 + 4,872.46491161 + 1,239.03038447 + 1,068.67052326 + 1,724.84158790 + 76.60729819 + 1,143.65921508 + 110.78964491), over 666,589.08632102 BTC traded in the general market and 167,546.37322803 BTC traded by the MPOE bot.

This covers the February - December 2012 interval (MPEx was only started in February) and so understates the year. The profit figure consists of dividends paid to shareholders only - arguably interest paid on MPOE bonds should also be included (this wouldn't have much impact on 2012 figures).

MPEx has made no USD revenue or profit in 2012, nor is it expected to ever make any USD revenue or profit.

Bitbet has so far booked bets worth ~2,243 BTC. The figure accounts for 12 days in the current month which happens to also be the site's first month in operation, and as such isn't particularly meaningful.

Bitbet has made no USD revenue or profit in 2012, nor is it expected to ever make any USD revenue or profit.

As per dooglus' SatoshiDICE figures, profit stood at 33,274.25422617 BTC at the end of 2012 over ~2,348,834 total BTC bet (so the house made 1.879%, a little under its theoretical edge).

As far as I know SatoshiDICE has made no USD revenue or profit in 2012, nor is it expected to ever make any USD revenue or profit.

(Also afaik the 2mn BFL figure refers to their gross take over their entire lifetime, and it unwholesomely consolidates equity positions into "sales". Their "preorders" are equity sales, not product sales.)

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January 18, 2013, 07:17:16 PM
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Am I wrong in saying Bitstamp should be on this list?  Trade volume for the last 24 hours were 7752.92 BTC and they seem to be going up daily!  Seems to be right up there on sales.

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bitcoinstore ?  I believe that list without Roger wouldn't be a legit list yes?

edit: also bitmit I wonder how much they do?


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January 19, 2013, 07:38:10 AM
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bitcoinstore ?  I believe that list without Roger wouldn't be a legit list yes?

I actually plan to make the final Bitcoin payout address from Bitcoinstore.com sales public so anyone can track exactly how many BTC worth of goods are being sold.


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January 19, 2013, 02:13:48 PM
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I believe you are comparing apples and oranges: I see a bitcoin exchange which is charging trading fees compared to an online store yet you are listing the trading volume of the exchange along with the actual sales of the store.

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January 19, 2013, 02:35:04 PM
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Am I wrong in saying Bitstamp should be on this list?  Trade volume for the last 24 hours were 7752.92 BTC and they seem to be going up daily!  Seems to be right up there on sales.


You are not wrong, given the current list Bitstamp should definitely be on it.

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January 20, 2013, 08:21:10 AM
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bitcoinstore ?  I believe that list without Roger wouldn't be a legit list yes?

I actually plan to make the final Bitcoin payout address from Bitcoinstore.com sales public so anyone can track exactly how many BTC worth of goods are being sold.

Not a half bad idea, that.

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I believe you are comparing apples and oranges: I see a bitcoin exchange which is charging trading fees compared to an online store yet you are listing the trading volume of the exchange along with the actual sales of the store.

This is a pretty good point, actually. Then again, if you restructure the list to be "profit only" pretty much all left on it is S.MPOE and S.DICE. At least for now. (Also possibly MtGox, do they still publish those P&L things?)

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January 21, 2013, 02:34:46 PM
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Adding http://www.bitcoinstore.com/ and bitstamp.

Numbers are in $... but I'm open to doing it in BTC, and even more open to somebody else doing it for me!


Also this:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoin_Ladder

...could use some help.
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January 21, 2013, 04:03:02 PM
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Updated a few things here:  
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoin_Ladder#Top_companies

..and up top.
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Adding http://www.bitcoinstore.com/ and bitstamp.

bitstamp's monthly "sales" is 1,3M if you want to treat them the same as mtgox

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January 21, 2013, 04:55:03 PM
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Adding http://www.bitcoinstore.com/ and bitstamp.

bitstamp's monthly "sales" is 1,3M if you want to treat them the same as mtgox

$ or BTC ?
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January 21, 2013, 04:57:28 PM
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I believe you are comparing apples and oranges: I see a bitcoin exchange which is charging trading fees compared to an online store yet you are listing the trading volume of the exchange along with the actual sales of the store.


That's how it's done:
http://finviz.com/

Every investor understands that revenue (or NII) for a financial co. does not mean the same as revenue (sales) for a retailer, margins are different,  but it is still listed... That's why profit is the more useful number here.
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Adding http://www.bitcoinstore.com/ and bitstamp.

bitstamp's monthly "sales" is 1,3M if you want to treat them the same as mtgox

$ or BTC ?

$1,2 - $1,3M source: 30day http://bitcoincharts.com/markets/bitstampUSD_trades.html

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