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March 10, 2018, 07:23:31 AM
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Double-clicking the button perhaps?

Ah the fat finger bug, I hadn't thought of that. It could be, now I need to find a post worth two merit to see if I can replicate it.

No need. Your top post is well worthy of [at least] 2 Merits.

I just double-clicked the send button on the Merit page. I can confirm that double-clicking does indeed double-merit.



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March 10, 2018, 10:31:59 AM
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Thank you for doing this! I expected the red to be larger than the blue, so this is a surprise.

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To be fair, this is heavily skewed due to people meriting theymos' merit announcement thread, satoshi's thread, HODL thread etc.
All the more reason why I'm surprised Tongue
It would be interesting to see how this ratio differs per board, I can imagine the Technical section has much more Merit for good answers, and the Meta section for topics. It's all on my Todo list (and I'm still recovering from the flu).

@BTCforJoe: thanks for testing, OP updated.

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March 10, 2018, 03:04:30 PM
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Thank you for doing this! I expected the red to be larger than the blue, so this is a surprise.

I think the red is still way too large. An average thread is probably far longer than 4 posts so more than 1/4 of all merits going to thread-starters may be giving the wrong incentive to shitposters.

I'll try to plot this over time.

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March 10, 2018, 03:57:36 PM
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I think the red is still way too large. An average thread is probably far longer than 4 posts so more than 1/4 of all merits going to thread-starters may be giving the wrong incentive to shitposters.
That's probably the reason why so many Merit-threads have been created: it is (was?) an easy way to quickly earn a few Merit.
I haven't seen shitposters earn Merit with a low quality thread.

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March 10, 2018, 04:19:37 PM
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Can you find out if there is a merit source on the local board? I'm planning to be a merit source on my local board.
I don't know (yet?); it may become more obvious when I have stats per board. Just apply, theymos is looking for local sources in particular.

If you want to be a merit source:

 1. Be a somewhat established member.
 2. Collect TEN posts written in the last couple of months by other people that have not received nearly enough merit for how good they are, and post quotes for them all in a new Meta thread. The point of this is to demonstrate your ability to give out merit usefully.
 3. We will take a look at your history and maybe make you a source.

I am especially eager to have merit sources in sub-communities such as the local sections.

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March 11, 2018, 05:09:29 PM
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Thank you for doing this! I expected the red to be larger than the blue, so this is a surprise.

I think the red is still way too large. An average thread is probably far longer than 4 posts so more than 1/4 of all merits going to thread-starters may be giving the wrong incentive to shitposters.

I'll try to plot this over time.

It hasn't changed much over time. The percentage of merits going to thread-starters was about 31% in the first week and 26% recently:


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March 14, 2018, 08:26:16 AM
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What about the local boards? Those should be the figures for local merit distribution. But how will this progress? Being active on the German board, I'm tempted to learn Russian  Cheesy

Right now, there are 77 Merit sources generating ~588 merit/day
But in contrast to that, since implementation, ~2152 merit/day were sent. So unless the number of merit sources gets almost quadrupled, it get's harder to earn merit, especially in local boards. Or am I missing something?




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March 14, 2018, 08:33:33 AM
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But in contrast to that, since implementation, ~2152 merit/day were sent. So unless the number of merit sources gets almost quadrupled, it get's harder to earn merit, especially in local boards. Or am I missing something?

The average is heavily weighted towards what happened right after the system was introduced and most of the distributed sMerit that everyone received was used in the first few days. Since then theymos has increased the number of sources from 35 > 57 > 77 and also increased the merit allocation for each source at least twice. Many of those new sources are indeed active on local boards. All you are missing is that it is a problem that is being monitored and dealt with by the administrators already.

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I hope that I can do something to help the forum with my skills on statistical analysis, but I can not get data from the forum. Raw data is not enough to analyze, and I don't have skills to get more detailed data from the forum.
Someone has done something and got more detailed datasets than raw ones published by Theymos, but they don't really want to share.
It's a competition. I accept that fact. I will learn and someday I can get data from the forum by myself.

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What about the local boards? Those should be the figures for local merit distribution. But how will this progress? Being active on the German board, I'm tempted to learn Russian  Cheesy
How does this compare to the total number of posts per board? The Russian board has (in total) 7 times more posts than the German board. If recent posts have that same ratio, Germans are about as likely to receive Merit as Russians.

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I hope that I can do something to help the forum with my skills on statistical analysis, but I can not get data from the forum. Raw data is not enough to analyze, and I don't have skills to get more detailed data from the forum.
Someone has done something and got more detailed datasets than raw ones published by Theymos, but they don't really want to share.
It's a competition. I accept that fact. I will learn and someday I can get data from the forum by myself.

Let me know what you need. I might be able to pull it. I have a process that can fetch the merited posts so should be able to get some useful info from that. Until theymos bans me for DOSing the forum.

Not sure what the "competition" is but I'm fine with sharing.

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The average is heavily weighted towards what happened right after the system was introduced and most of the distributed sMerit that everyone received was used in the first few days. Since then theymos has increased the number of sources from 35 > 57 > 77 and also increased the merit allocation for each source at least twice. Many of those new sources are indeed active on local boards. All you are missing is that it is a problem that is being monitored and dealt with by the administrators already.

You are right, I already found a very informative thread by zentdex where the decrease is very well illustrated:


'The graph shows that the Average sMerit gradually decreases day by day. The highest moving average (6,796) peaked at Jan 25 while the lowest (2,394) is marked on March 1. From Jan 30 to Feb 13 the average decline between five to three percent (5-3%) per day. Moreover, on Feb 14 to March 1, the average decline per day shift between two or one percent (2-1%). These indicate that sending sMerit is pretty much stable enough or there are lacking sMerit to send. If the latter is right and the decrease remains at 2%, the theoretical moving average 1 sMerit per day will be reach on March 2, 2019.'


He also mentions that, if this trend is continued, the Merit Sources are too few (although they were recently upped). My point here is, that even the current rate of distribution is too low and even if there are more Sources it wouldn't increase (what I think would be necessary) drastically but only level out. Right now, Merit is a scarce commodity that gets rarer and rarer.
Even if you post valuable content, which is a highly subjective matter, you don't rank up in the same time you would have in the past (even without spamming), because of this decline of available Merit/sMerit and therefore the increase in value.




How does this compare to the total number of posts per board? The Russian board has (in total) 7 times more posts than the German board. If recent posts have that same ratio, Germans are about as likely to receive Merit as Russians.

I see what you are getting at, but isn't the (active) member count important rather than the number of posts or the total number of threads? Fact is in the Russian board way more  Merit gets distributed and unless they are that more members (by the same factor) it's a lot more Merit per person. I highly doubt that the Russians produce content that is this superior that it would merit the Merit (sorry, made me laugh  Cheesy).

But I forgot to thank you in my previous post, I highly appreciate this kind of analytical work. Would've given you more Merit if we weren't on a tight budget and it needs to last for some encouragement in the Beginner and Help section  Smiley

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March 14, 2018, 05:24:45 PM
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He also mentions that, if this trend is continued, the Merit Sources are too few (although they were recently upped). My point here is, that even the current rate of distribution is too low and even if there are more Sources it wouldn't increase (what I think would be necessary) drastically but only level out. Right now, Merit is a scarce commodity that gets rarer and rarer.

I just wanted to challenge that assumption. theymos has been very clear that it is going to be like a fiat currency with QE on steroids. There is a constant supply so that it will not be a scarce commodity and he's monitoring the situation and will keep adding more until he's happy there is enough. In other words, I'm assuming the trend will not continue.

Even if you post valuable content, which is a highly subjective matter, you don't rank up in the same time you would have in the past (even without spamming), because of this decline of available Merit/sMerit and therefore the increase in value.

I don't honestly think it will hold the people who are here for the right reasons back. Looking at LoyceV's first set of data https://pastebin.com/01evJ1jN posted 6th of March (41 days after Merit started) there were 397 accounts with 41 or more Merit. That's probably more than the number of genuine Bitcoin enthusiasts here. I want to keep an eye on that number to see how things progress.

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I see what you are getting at, but isn't the (active) member count important rather than the number of posts or the total number of threads? Fact is in the Russian board way more  Merit gets distributed and unless they are that more members (by the same factor) it's a lot more Merit per person. I highly doubt that the Russians produce content that is this superior that it would merit the Merit (sorry, made me laugh  Cheesy).
You're right here, but data on the number of active posters is harder to get.
On the other hand, I can also imagine (let's call it a hunch) Russians are more active at Merit trading than Germans.

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But I forgot to thank you in my previous post, I highly appreciate this kind of analytical work.
I'm glad it's appreciated. I still have more plans with this thread, but lack of time kicked in.

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Would've given you more Merit if we weren't on a tight budget and it needs to last for some encouragement in the Beginner and Help section  Smiley
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Even if you post valuable content, which is a highly subjective matter, you don't rank up in the same time you would have in the past (even without spamming), because of this decline of available Merit/sMerit and therefore the increase in value.

I don't honestly think it will hold the people who are here for the right reasons back. Looking at LoyceV's first set of data https://pastebin.com/01evJ1jN posted 6th of March (41 days after Merit started) there were 397 accounts with 41 or more Merit. That's probably more than the number of genuine Bitcoin enthusiasts here. I want to keep an eye on that number to see how things progress.


Sorry for digressing, @LoyceV, but I wanted to address this comment. When the merit system was introduced, I should have been among the most worried users of the forums, as Hero members have the most merit to have to be awarded in order to rank up. I will say that I was actually excited, more than concerned, as this is now my moment to shine. Knowing that valuable posts would earn merit, rather than the shitposts that litter the forums, actually gets me excited as I know that once I rank up to Legendary, it will have been because of my valiant efforts to help contribute here.

My experience on the forum has been a roller coaster. I initially joined because of the faucet industry. I discovered this forum because of freebitco.in, and then I learned about other faucets. Then I learned about signature campaigns, and then I became genuinely interested in the utilitarian aspect of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. I'm a huge enthusiast of crypto now, and am currently transitioning into working full time for crypto payments vs. fiat.

This forum turned me into a Bitcoin enthusiast, and I'm sure it has for others, too. I'm hoping that this merit system will shake out the ones that are here merely for making money and keep the ones who are actively yearning to learn more about crypto and its technology.

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A small update with 2 weeks newer data:

Usernames
See pastebin for usernames to go with theymos' userIDs.

Total number of users who earned 1 or more Merit: 11775
Click for the full list (format: "Merit username (#userID)")

Total number of users who gave away 1 or more sMerit: 10835
Click for the full list (format: "sMerit username (#userID)")

New: theymos' data in human readable format (14 MB).

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From another topic:
I'd be intereted to know how many individual members I have awarded with merit, and how that compares with the other merit awarders.
I've added this question to my list, and will include it from now on.
I notice that user "Jet Cash" got renamed to "JetCash". I'll look at this later.

Cloudflare blocks my automated downloads, so I couldn't update the new usernames. The post above this one has my most recent version. For some users, I only have a userID, no username.

Small update:
Total number of users who earned 1 or more Merit: 12368
Click for the full list (format: "Merit username (#userID)")
Sample:
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1646 theymos (#35)
738 satoshi (#3)
686 Lutpin (#520313)
679 nullius (#976210)
478 pitipawn (#1076869)
464 Lauda (#101872)
385 Vod (#30747)
383 TMAN (#98986)
359 LoyceV (#459836)
340 explorder (#1108331)
299 deeperx (#1038794)
295 LastoftheV8s (#479624)
283 RichDaniel (#886352)
282 mstfprcn (#915311)
281 GameKyuubi (#26945)
271 romanornr (#225292)
264 JetCash (#698159)
259 DannyHamilton (#60820)
256 gawlea (#925926)
251 saulzaents (#944905)
247 jojo69 (#49008)
244 TheBobyHunter (#905442)
238 alexbond (#909175)
235 TheQuin (#143168)
228 Twinscoin2017 (#1093001)
226 pandukelana2712 (#1304130)
222 BobLawblaw (#569455)
221 achow101 (#290195)
218 billgator (#370611)
214 poptop (#906023)
214 killyou72 (#408367)
213 yahoo62278 (#355846)
213 joniboini (#1275282)
210 QuestionAuthority (#72795)
204 RuSS512 (#979216)
203 suchmoon (#234771)
202 OgNasty (#18321)
200 shorena (#181801)
200 Toxic2040 (#239406)
196 Aerys2 (#991046)
194 byrallier (#152486)
189 Co1n (#95019)
185 ui_zakharchenko (#1052653)
184 zazarb (#369212)
183 gmaxwell (#11425)
181 ace4549 (#359844)
180 JayJuanGee (#252510)
180 BTCforJoe (#557989)
179 LeGaulois (#507856)
178 ibminer (#84866)
178 athanz88 (#1141886)
178 Kreds (#1122274)
174 EFS (#140584)
171 Bitcocoin (#905883)
170 qwk (#24140)
170 HCP (#867786)
169 marlboroza (#787736)
167 zentdex (#1331637)
166 hilariousetc (#397737)
165 AlyattesLydia (#1046135)
161 infofront (#41175)
159 temmuz (#911706)
159 aTriz (#135920)
157 NLNico (#107762)
156 actmyname (#465017)
155 scutzi128 (#163631)
155 Sylon (#112240)
154 PHI1618 (#1071136)
154 HairyMaclairy (#181806)
153 First1by (#988901)
152 levyashin (#1023029)
151 niknik1966 (#1013524)
150 hugeblack (#1059082)
150 alexberezov (#1066970)
150 Lantind (#763725)
150 Chachacoin17 (#1002351)
150 BOMG (#1033117)
150 ATMcoin (#932514)
148 Yury1 (#1056566)
147 mfort312 (#182284)
147 Torque (#163318)
147 DarkStar_ (#507936)
145 Ranyar (#1023316)
144 hirozakifaraday (#1080356)
142 aliyagiz207 (#1001712)
140 mprep (#51173)
140 masstahcoiner (#1005975)
140 EcuaMobi (#169515)
135 micgoossens (#1067333)
133 semux (#1062325)
130 laszlo (#143)
130 TERA2 (#1285294)
130 Ajpa94 (#911155)
128 philipma1957 (#64507)
128 grue (#5797)
128 Joel_Jantsen (#560412)
125 d_eddie (#1027694)
125 Tomatocage (#37522)
123 ludbega (#174460)
122 minerjones (#346731)
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1  (#1497016)
1  (#1495947)
1  (#1476277)
1  (#146920)
1  (#1465700)
1  (#1465477)
1  (#1464282)
1  (#1458618)
1  (#1444319)
1  (#1443985)
1  (#1441525)
1  (#1440912)
1  (#1438544)
1  (#1437727)
1  (#1436188)
1  (#1427267)
1  (#1415061)
1  (#1402403)
1  (#1398733)
1  (#1394994)
1  (#1390289)
1  (#1380618)
1  (#1379883)
1  (#1371987)
1  (#13672)
1  (#1364315)
1  (#1351886)
1  (#1351477)
1  (#1349130)
1  (#1328202)
1  (#1327233)
1  (#1327163)
1  (#1316030)
1  (#1303413)
1  (#1297831)
1  (#1293312)
1  (#1289688)
1  (#1269830)
1  (#1269701)
1  (#1268705)
1  (#1263110)
1  (#1260199)
1  (#1251856)
1  (#1247032)
1  (#1227643)
1  (#1225838)
1  (#1224527)
1  (#1222527)
1  (#1216890)
1  (#120727)
1  (#1203015)
1  (#1198447)
1  (#1197660)
1  (#1196728)
1  (#1195369)
1  (#1193549)
1  (#1191319)
1  (#1185496)
1  (#1184985)
1  (#1184226)
1  (#1182490)
1  (#1181060)
1  (#1174610)
1  (#1174609)
1  (#1171811)
1  (#1171799)
1  (#1166168)
1  (#1164331)
1  (#1163370)
1  (#1163035)
1  (#1162517)
1  (#1159536)
1  (#1157853)
1  (#1157597)
1  (#1157301)
1  (#1154406)
1  (#1151332)
1  (#1148470)
1  (#1147084)
1  (#1144959)
1  (#1138174)
1  (#1130867)
1  (#1129412)
1  (#1125622)
1  (#1122140)
1  (#1119263)
1  (#1109180)
1  (#110732)
1  (#1097721)
1  (#109067)
1  (#1090294)
1  (#108913)
1  (#1079841)
1  (#1077525)
1  (#1073391)
1  (#1072405)
1  (#106847)
1  (#1064658)
1  (#1058613)
1  (#1057379)
1  (#1026959)
1  (#1022398)

Total number of users who gave away 1 or more sMerit: 11299
Click for the full list (format: "sMerit username (#userID)" new: number of unique receivers)
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1253 QuestionAuthority (#72795)) to 119 different users
800 Vod (#30747)) to 351 different users
655 TMAN (#98986)) to 280 different users
635 EFS (#140584)) to 382 different users
556 dbshck (#153634)) to 292 different users
463 suchmoon (#234771)) to 308 different users
461 Foxpup (#55384)) to 224 different users
419 OgNasty (#18321)) to 315 different users
410 qwk (#24140)) to 341 different users
407 achow101 (#290195)) to 220 different users
403 DarkStar_ (#507936)) to 187 different users
386 paxmao (#1192397)) to 345 different users
358 mprep (#51173)) to 200 different users
310 BitRentX (#347141)) to 63 different users
303 nullius (#976210)) to 205 different users
302 xandry (#382413)) to 243 different users
277 JayJuanGee (#252510)) to 270 different users
264 rickbig41 (#553678)) to 117 different users
264 BobLawblaw (#569455)) to 143 different users
261 Mitchell (#113670)) to 57 different users
255 ThePharmacist (#487418)) to 184 different users
248 shorena (#181801)) to 25 different users
246 malevolent (#23092)) to 100 different users
240 DannyHamilton (#60820)) to 177 different users
238 LoyceV (#459836)) to 229 different users
229 RHavar (#389331)) to 7 different users
229 Micio (#115423)) to 136 different users
222 Lutpin (#520313)) to 102 different users
215 RoomBot (#511899)) to 81 different users
215 LastoftheV8s (#479624)) to 212 different users
214 peloso (#81995)) to 7 different users
210 iCEBREAKER (#17501)) to 68 different users
209 JetCash (#698159)) to 193 different users
208 600watt (#88912)) to 133 different users
207 Dabs (#54791)) to 147 different users
207 BlindMayorBitcorn (#343629)) to 56 different users
206 Real-Duke (#405482)) to 87 different users
205 Webcelerator (#388221)) to 17 different users
204 PistonHonda (#391321)) to 8 different users
202 mindrust (#176777)) to 50 different users
202 Bittzy78 (#192898)) to 6 different users
199 soniclord (#502516)) to 9 different users
197 theymos (#35)) to 26 different users
196 minerjones (#346731)) to 29 different users
194 EcuaMobi (#169515)) to 104 different users
193 vapourminer (#33156)) to 189 different users
193 dvd-rw (#305366)) to 25 different users
189 yefi (#87229)) to 147 different users
189 snipie (#550315)) to 78 different users
188 goraset (#158678)) to 16 different users
188 explorer (#129726)) to 153 different users
185 actmyname (#465017)) to 47 different users
183 xhomerx10 (#120694)) to 98 different users
182 poptop (#906023)) to 157 different users
182 phantastisch (#18312)) to 22 different users
182 ErisDiscordia (#86231)) to 62 different users
176 atchoum6760 (#202760)) to 23 different users
174 frodocooper (#988740)) to 126 different users
174 Timelord2067 (#131361)) to 174 different users
174 LongAndShort (#213773)) to 6 different users
172 marlboroza (#787736)) to 80 different users
171 1369 (#206960)) to 4 different users
166 digaran (#806776)) to 68 different users
165 jojo69 (#49008)) to 101 different users
165 ibminer (#84866)) to 112 different users
165 hrbt (#340808)) to 4 different users
165 ZenFr (#511933)) to 13 different users
165 OmegaStarScream (#375981)) to 50 different users
157 fullypak (#459881)) to 20 different users
156 bones261 (#452769)) to 104 different users
156 Hawker (#28147)) to 9 different users
156 DooMAD (#175361)) to 110 different users
155 pitipawn (#1076869)) to 18 different users
155 bitkilo (#314910)) to 6 different users
154 mstfprcn (#915311)) to 34 different users
153 byrallier (#152486)) to 64 different users
150 naypalm (#27273)) to 11 different users
150 ivanst776 (#333242)) to 11 different users
150 Rumhurius (#316540)) to 3 different users
149 Asatur (#371210)) to 11 different users
144 aTriz (#135920)) to 67 different users
142 TheNewAnon135246 (#153656)) to 30 different users
141 trollercoaster (#513294)) to 5 different users
141 ludbega (#174460)) to 23 different users
140 sabotag3x (#846936)) to 128 different users
140 mich (#9645)) to 12 different users
140 corather (#151629)) to 8 different users
140 aleix (#209286)) to 9 different users
139 hoop (#290351)) to 32 different users
139 Vlad2Vlad (#112208)) to 29 different users
138 oxilore (#184881)) to 11 different users
137 shulio (#318379)) to 9 different users
136 deeperx (#1038794)) to 25 different users
136 Globb0 (#244243)) to 45 different users
132 billgator (#370611)) to 129 different users
131 LesbianCow (#206143)) to 31 different users
131 LFC_Bitcoin (#379487)) to 114 different users
131 Hhampuz (#881377)) to 23 different users
130 oblox (#307978)) to 4 different users
130 Kiritsugu (#406631)) to 6 different users
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1 (#1170479)) to 1 different users
1 (#1168534)) to 1 different users
1 (#1163330)) to 1 different users
1 (#1161929)) to 1 different users
1 (#1152472)) to 1 different users
1 (#1148184)) to 1 different users
1 (#1148137)) to 1 different users
1 (#1139986)) to 1 different users
1 (#1138890)) to 1 different users
1 (#1138781)) to 1 different users
1 (#1138115)) to 1 different users
1 (#1133157)) to 1 different users
1 (#1132209)) to 1 different users
1 (#1129257)) to 1 different users
1 (#1129192)) to 1 different users
1 (#1128379)) to 1 different users
1 (#1126888)) to 1 different users
1 (#1124429)) to 1 different users
1 (#1120770)) to 1 different users
1 (#1115602)) to 1 different users
1 (#1111610)) to 1 different users
1 (#1111474)) to 1 different users
1 (#1111151)) to 1 different users
1 (#1109136)) to 1 different users
1 (#1097721)) to 1 different users
1 (#1096602)) to 1 different users
1 (#1086114)) to 1 different users
1 (#1078872)) to 1 different users
1 (#1077525)) to 1 different users
1 (#1076521)) to 1 different users
1 (#1069491)) to 1 different users
1 (#1044208)) to 1 different users
1 (#103365)) to 1 different users
1 (#1023315)) to 1 different users
1 (#1022457)) to 1 different users
1 (#1022448)) to 1 different users
1 (#1019285)) to 1 different users
1 (#1009868)) to 1 different users
1 (#1002803)) to 1 different users
The full list shows a long list of people who gave away 50 Merit to just 1 person, which is probably Merit trading.

I already knew that the Most generous merit sender QuestionAuthority gave large amounts at once. This list makes it clear he doesn't reward many different users, but gives many at once.

New: Most diverse merit senders (a shorter list, as I quickly did it manual, sorted by most different receiving users first):
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635 EFS (#140584)) to 382 different users
800 Vod (#30747)) to 351 different users
386 paxmao (#1192397)) to 345 different users
410 qwk (#24140)) to 341 different users
419 OgNasty (#18321)) to 315 different users
463 suchmoon (#234771)) to 308 different users
556 dbshck (#153634)) to 292 different users
655 TMAN (#98986)) to 280 different users
277 JayJuanGee (#252510)) to 270 different users
302 xandry (#382413)) to 243 different users
238 LoyceV (#459836)) to 229 different users
461 Foxpup (#55384)) to 224 different users
407 achow101 (#290195)) to 220 different users
215 LastoftheV8s (#479624)) to 212 different users
303 nullius (#976210)) to 205 different users
358 mprep (#51173)) to 200 different users
209 JetCash (#698159)) to 193 different users
193 vapourminer (#33156)) to 189 different users
403 DarkStar_ (#507936)) to 187 different users
255 ThePharmacist (#487418)) to 184 different users
240 DannyHamilton (#60820)) to 177 different users
174 Timelord2067 (#131361)) to 174 different users
182 poptop (#906023)) to 157 different users
188 explorer (#129726)) to 153 different users
189 yefi (#87229)) to 147 different users
207 Dabs (#54791)) to 147 different users
264 BobLawblaw (#569455)) to 143 different users
229 Micio (#115423)) to 136 different users
208 600watt (#88912)) to 133 different users
132 billgator (#370611)) to 129 different users
140 sabotag3x (#846936)) to 128 different users
174 frodocooper (#988740)) to 126 different users
1253 QuestionAuthority (#72795)) to 119 different users
264 rickbig41 (#553678)) to 117 different users
131 LFC_Bitcoin (#379487)) to 114 different users
165 ibminer (#84866)) to 112 different users
156 DooMAD (#175361)) to 110 different users
114 d5000 (#85033)) to 108 different users
156 bones261 (#452769)) to 104 different users
194 EcuaMobi (#169515)) to 104 different users
104 babo (#65636)) to 103 different users
111 infofront (#41175)) to 103 different users
222 Lutpin (#520313)) to 102 different users
165 jojo69 (#49008)) to 101 different users
246 malevolent (#23092)) to 100 different users

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1. Based on your analysis, 157 members(most of them are not sources) have sent more than 100 merits. Does this mean that the merit sources do not do them work?
2. Can you create a list of those who rank up?

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1. Based on your analysis, 157 members(most of them are not sources) have sent more than 100 merits. Does this mean that the merit sources do not do them work?
There are 80 merit sources, who currently generate 17800 sMerit per 30 days. I think there must have been much more people who received 200 sMerit at introduction, and haven't ran out yet.

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It's on my list, but apart from time restraints Cloudflare is blocking me too at the moment.

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1. Based on your analysis, 157 members(most of them are not sources) have sent more than 100 merits. Does this mean that the merit sources do not do them work?

Numbers are still skewed by the initial "airdrop". As LoyceV mentioned there are 17800 "source" sMerits being generated, but in the last 30 days nearly twice as much has been sent, so it's not quite clear if we can make any conclusions as to who's doing their work or not:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;stats=topsend

Having said that, I think the sending activity will continue to decline as the initial excitement tapers off. Not sure how theymos is going to motivate the sources to stay active.

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