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July 08, 2017, 03:52:14 PM
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I found a site  https://bitinfocharts.com/top-100-richest-bitcoin-addresses.html
I wonder how it is possible to create such a list of addresses on which are BTC?
I know all the information is saved on the blockchain and you can probably get this information somehow. But I also wonder how it is updated ? . every once in a while
 someone of these addresses pay out all big amount and then new addressees is still on the list in webpage
Can any of you know how to create such a website?





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July 08, 2017, 04:51:57 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267618.0
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July 08, 2017, 05:23:23 PM
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Thank You for this link I`m start reading.
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July 09, 2017, 03:35:32 PM
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Google blockchain parser, its on github. It will even sort it for you. You will need a lot of RAM for it to run and it will take around 12hrs on good pc

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July 09, 2017, 04:02:57 PM
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install gocoin client, wait for it to sync and execute command "richest" on the text UI

the output looks like this:
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> richest
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12558300.98255215 BTC in 41811145 unspent recs from 15897180 P2KH addresses
2082477.58073845 BTC in 9340715 unspent recs from 2211460 P2SH addresses
Addrs with at least 1000 BTC: 1758
1 1JCe8z4jJVNXSjohjM4i9Hh813dLCNx2Sy 124178.00646844 BTC in 38 inputs
2 3D2oetdNuZUqQHPJmcMDDHYoqkyNVsFk9r 109132.22274888 BTC in 852 inputs
3 3Nxwenay9Z8Lc9JBiywExpnEFiLp6Afp8v 107843.83930984 BTC in 80 inputs
4 1FeexV6bAHb8ybZjqQMjJrcCrHGW9sb6uF 79957.16158573 BTC in 102 inputs
5 1HQ3Go3ggs8pFnXuHVHRytPCq5fGG8Hbhx 69370.10708424 BTC in 72 inputs
6 16ZbpCEyVVdqu8VycWR8thUL2Rd9JnjzHt 66650.59647895 BTC in 173 inputs
7 1KiVwxEuGBYavyKrxkLncJt2pQ5YUUQX7f 66583.22399047 BTC in 123 inputs
8 1PnMfRF2enSZnR6JSexxBHuQnxG8Vo5FVK 66452.06632292 BTC in 117 inputs
9 1AhTjUMztCihiTyA4K6E3QEpobjWLwKhkR 66378.80968619 BTC in 184 inputs
10 1DiHDQMPFu4p84rkLn6Majj2LCZZZRQUaa 66235.82433198 BTC in 129 inputs
11 1EBHA1ckUWzNKN7BMfDwGTx6GKEbADUozX 66233.75696244 BTC in 129 inputs
12 14e7XAZbepQp9MXXzjNG3fNLoAUpaBAXHW 66205.47376047 BTC in 133 inputs
13 18f1yugoAJuXcHAbsuRVLQC9TezJ6iVRLp 66163.44526030 BTC in 126 inputs
14 18rnfoQgGo1HqvVQaAN4QnxjYE7Sez9eca 59000.00134500 BTC in 137 inputs
15 1LdRcdxfbSnmCYYNdeYpUnztiYzVfBEQeC 53880.05742758 BTC in 22 inputs
Ready in 4.709s
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it shows top 15.
if you need more, e.g. 100 - just do "richest 100" instead.

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July 15, 2017, 12:17:01 PM
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There's tons of publically accessible Bitcoin APIs online for free that offer data for addresses, blocks, transactions and much more.

Just do a little bit of Google searching and you'll come across heaps. Choose the one that suits your needs.

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July 16, 2017, 03:22:37 AM
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I found a site  https://bitinfocharts.com/top-100-richest-bitcoin-addresses.html
I wonder how it is possible to create such a list of addresses on which are BTC?
I know all the information is saved on the blockchain and you can probably get this information somehow. But I also wonder how it is updated ? . every once in a while
 someone of these addresses pay out all big amount and then new addressees is still on the list in webpage
Can any of you know how to create such a website?







Great share will read it now.. thanks

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July 19, 2017, 06:07:42 AM
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Why would this info be of any value?

Most experienced Bitcoiners, will never keep all their coins in one address, because it increase the risk and it is also impractical. Those addresses with the large amounts of coins are most probably exchanges that are storing their customers coins in cold storage or even gambling sites that are doing the same.

Why do you want this information?

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July 19, 2017, 11:54:31 AM
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Why do you want this information?
It is interesting to compare your amount to other ones Smiley
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July 19, 2017, 03:46:24 PM
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Why do you want this information?
It is interesting to compare your amount to other ones Smiley
Perhaps, just for fun.
Because it is a long way to be in the richlist :-).

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July 21, 2017, 06:17:25 AM
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Why do you want this information?
It is interesting to compare your amount to other ones Smiley

To do that, you will need everyone to use only one address for all their coins and nobody is doing that. Why would I put all my coins in one big bag and advertise to the world that I am filthy rich? It would be stupid, because you would be painting a target on your back for hackers and thieves to hunt you down.

Let's say somewhere in the future, some steroid induced super computer, finds a way to encrypt private keys, which addresses would you think, will they be going for? Developers will strengthen the encryption if this happens, but by that time all the big addresses with the mother load will have been targeted. ^grrrrrrr^

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July 21, 2017, 06:28:11 AM
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To do that, you will need
I do not need this.

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everyone to use only one address for all their coins and nobody is doing that.
We are counting addresses balances, not users balances

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Why would I put all my coins in one big bag and advertise to the world that I am filthy rich?
Why not? There are a lot of people here and there who is proud to tell everybody about his money

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It would be stupid, because you would be painting a target on your back for hackers and thieves to hunt you down.

But it is funny!

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Let's say somewhere in the future, some steroid induced super computer,
finds a way to encrypt private keys, which addresses would you think, will they be going for?
Ask this question to a fantast writer.
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July 21, 2017, 06:28:16 AM
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Why do you want this information?
It is interesting to compare your amount to other ones Smiley
Perhaps, just for fun.
Because it is a long way to be in the richlist :-).

yeah it's interesting to know or see who the richest among many bitcoin holder
and make the other people to get excited to earn more bitcoin and be like them
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July 21, 2017, 09:42:32 AM
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Why do you want this information?
It is interesting to compare your amount to other ones Smiley
To do that, you will need everyone to use only one address for all their coins and nobody is doing that. Why would I put all my coins in one big bag and advertise to the world that I am filthy rich? It would be stupid, because you would be painting a target on your back for hackers and thieves to hunt you down.

Let's say somewhere in the future, some steroid induced super computer, finds a way to encrypt private keys, which addresses would you think, will they be going for? Developers will strengthen the encryption if this happens, but by that time all the big addresses with the mother load will have been targeted. ^grrrrrrr^
this will going something fun, isn't it, when multiple open addresses are subjected to hackers, and how the users themselves use their 1 wallet address to save multiple coins trying to protect their own assets.

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July 25, 2017, 07:38:08 AM
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That information proves nothing. A lot of other people may be richer than them, by keeping a lot of addresses with different amounts of bitcoin which in total can be more than the 100 addresses listed there. What you are trying to see it is impossible. People who have bitcoins care much more about their privacy than rich people who keep their money in different bank accounts.
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July 26, 2017, 08:28:19 AM
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Why do you want this information?
It is interesting to compare your amount to other ones Smiley

To do that, you will need everyone to use only one address for all their coins and nobody is doing that. Why would I put all my coins in one big bag and advertise to the world that I am filthy rich? It would be stupid, because you would be painting a target on your back for hackers and thieves to hunt you down.

Let's say somewhere in the future, some steroid induced super computer, finds a way to encrypt private keys, which addresses would you think, will they be going for? Developers will strengthen the encryption if this happens, but by that time all the big addresses with the mother load will have been targeted. ^grrrrrrr^

I read some answers that they would just like to see how many bitcoins are their in a wallet and they are just interested. But if you have malicious intent, the scenario you laid out could also be possible. They can go down in the list and see if they can "break" private keys. So for me, the list doesn't have a purpose.

I wonder if one of these addresses might belong to a guy who has totally forgotten that he bought/mined bitcoins back in 2009/2010.

Well that's possible, We read countless news about some random guy who bought bitcoins at a low price then totally forgot about it. Then suddenly remembers he has stash someone only to find out that he already thrown his pc laptop. I believed that some of them are really lost bitcoin in oblivion.

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July 31, 2017, 04:57:22 PM
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Why do you want this information?
It is interesting to compare your amount to other ones Smiley

To do that, you will need everyone to use only one address for all their coins and nobody is doing that. Why would I put all my coins in one big bag and advertise to the world that I am filthy rich? It would be stupid, because you would be painting a target on your back for hackers and thieves to hunt you down.

Let's say somewhere in the future, some steroid induced super computer, finds a way to encrypt private keys, which addresses would you think, will they be going for? Developers will strengthen the encryption if this happens, but by that time all the big addresses with the mother load will have been targeted. ^grrrrrrr^

Some people do. Exchanges, for example store lots of coins in single wallets. However, you are right that generally speaking this is a bad idea!


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Have you tried blockchainsql.io ?   It gives you a simple online SQL interface to query the blockchain.
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