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March 01, 2011, 10:00:57 AM
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The Week In Bitcoin - Feb 28 through Mar 6, 2011.

Sunday Mar 6th, 2011

  • Next difficulty estimate, 78K, up over 40% since the last adjustment.
    Daily growth rate accelerating: http://bitcoin.sipa.be/growth.png
  • Blog and press mentions:
    - Zorinaq - mrb's blog - The Bitcoin Cryptocurrency
    -   "Something that is so cleverly designed, so profoundly unique, and such a polarizing concept, that when people first hear about it, they either dismiss it as something that could never work, or instantly grasp its immense potential"
    -   http://blog.zorinaq.com/?e=49
  • - The Bitcoin Report - Bitcoin top 100 'Rich List' 6th March 2011:
    -   At least 100 wallets contain at least 5,000 BTC. Also, a dozen w/10,000 BTC exactly.
    -   http://bitcoinreport.blogspot.com

Saturday Mar 5th, 2011


Friday Mar 4th, 2011


Thursday Mar 3rd, 2011


Wednesday Mar 2nd, 2011

  • BitPenny mining pool
    Status: Reopened.
    http://www.bitpenny.com
  • Blog post: Bitcoin Miner - Mining Pool Updates:
    http://www.bitcoinminer.com/post/3598711561
  • s3052’s Technical Analysis:
    “Overall, BTC/USD are in an initial uptrend after the correction phase,  with potential to regain RALLY momentum.”
    Long Term:
    - “Most probable scenario is a break above $0.95.”
    Short Term:
    - Resistance: $0.95 downward sloping trendline, then $1 and $1.10 all-time high.
    - Support: Strong support at $0.80, lower Bollinger band & horizontal support.]
    http://mtgox.com/blog/?p=283
  • Bitcoin Charts - A sharp, brand new look and some additional features were added.  Now includes a #Bitcoin-OTC ticker which includes orders in over a half dozen different currencies:
    http://www.bitcoincharts.com
    #bitcoin-otc ticker page: http://bitcoin-otc.com/ticker.php
  • Mt. Gox exchange reportedly undergoing maintenance.
    Seen in #bitcoin-otc:
      [13:05:25] <mtgox> We are moving the mtgox server to a new host. Should be back up soon
    Shortly afterwards was a forum post describing the delay:
    http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4073.msg58721#msg58721
    The site is back up, but depending on your ISP’s configuration it may take up to 24 hours to access the site once again.
    On a related note: If you haven’t been following the “Baron” saga, here’s a nice summary:
    http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4065.msg58548#msg58548

Tuesday, Mar 1st, 2011



Monday, Feb 28th, 2011



Current week (updated throughout each day):
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Previous weekly summaries:
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Each day I will post a reply with the previous day's summary, and will update this specific post to include each daily summary as well.

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March 02, 2011, 11:00:44 AM
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The Week In Bitcoin - Feb 28 through Mar 6, 2011.

Tuesday, Mar 1st, 2011



Current week (updated throughout each day):
  http://www.bitcoinnews.com

Previous weekly summaries:
  http://www.bitcoinnews.com/archive  Follow on Twitter: @BitcoinNews

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March 03, 2011, 09:00:57 AM
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The Week In Bitcoin - Feb 28 through Mar 6, 2011.


Wednesday Mar 2nd, 2011

  • BitPenny mining pool
    Status: Reopened.
    http://www.bitpenny.com
  • Blog post: Bitcoin Miner - Mining Pool Updates:
    http://www.bitcoinminer.com/post/3598711561
  • s3052’s Technical Analysis:
    “Overall, BTC/USD are in an initial uptrend after the correction phase,  with potential to regain RALLY momentum.”
    Long Term:
    - “Most probable scenario is a break above $0.95.”
    Short Term:
    - Resistance: $0.95 downward sloping trendline, then $1 and $1.10 all-time high.
    - Support: Strong support at $0.80, lower Bollinger band & horizontal support.]
    http://mtgox.com/blog/?p=283
  • Bitcoin Charts - A sharp, brand new look and some additional features were added.  Now includes a #Bitcoin-OTC ticker which includes orders in over a half dozen different currencies:
    http://www.bitcoincharts.com
    #bitcoin-otc ticker page: http://bitcoin-otc.com/ticker.php
  • Mt. Gox exchange reportedly undergoing maintenance.
    Seen in #bitcoin-otc:
      [13:05:25] <mtgox> We are moving the mtgox server to a new host. Should be back up soon
    Shortly afterwards was a forum post describing the delay:
    http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4073.msg58721#msg58721
    The site is back up, but depending on your ISP’s configuration it may take up to 24 hours to access the site once again.
    On a related note: If you haven’t been following the “Baron” saga, here’s a nice summary:
    http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4065.msg58548#msg58548

Current week (updated throughout each day):
  http://www.bitcoinnews.com

Previous weekly summaries:
  http://www.bitcoinnews.com/archive  Follow on Twitter: @BitcoinNews

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March 03, 2011, 10:29:12 PM
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  • s3052’s Technical Analysis:
    “Overall, BTC/USD are in an initial uptrend after the correction phase,  with potential to regain RALLY momentum.”
    Long Term:
    - “Most probable scenario is a break above $0.95.”
    Short Term:
    - Resistance: $0.95 downward sloping trendline, then $1 and $1.10 all-time high.
    - Support: Strong support at $0.80, lower Bollinger band & horizontal support.]
    http://mtgox.com/blog/?p=283

I wish you also included some volume numbers because prices at a low volume can be very volatile.

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March 05, 2011, 03:02:51 PM
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The Week In Bitcoin - Feb 28 through Mar 6, 2011.

Friday Mar 4th, 2011


Thursday Mar 3rd, 2011



Current week (updated throughout each day):
  http://www.bitcoinnews.com

Previous weekly summaries:
  http://www.bitcoinnews.com/archive  Follow on Twitter: @BitcoinNews

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March 07, 2011, 01:37:16 PM
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The Week In Bitcoin - Feb 28 through Mar 6, 2011.

Sunday Mar 6th, 2011

  • Next difficulty estimate, 78K, up over 40% since the last adjustment.
    Daily growth rate accelerating: http://bitcoin.sipa.be/growth.png
  • Blog and press mentions:
    - Zorinaq - mrb's blog - The Bitcoin Cryptocurrency
    -   "Something that is so cleverly designed, so profoundly unique, and such a polarizing concept, that when people first hear about it, they either dismiss it as something that could never work, or instantly grasp its immense potential"
    -   http://blog.zorinaq.com/?e=49
  • - The Bitcoin Report - Bitcoin top 100 'Rich List' 6th March 2011:
    -   At least 100 wallets contain at least 5,000 BTC. Also, a dozen w/10,000 BTC exactly.
    -   http://bitcoinreport.blogspot.com

Saturday Mar 5th, 2011



Current week (updated throughout each day):
  http://www.bitcoinnews.com

Previous weekly summaries:
  http://www.bitcoinnews.com/archive  Follow on Twitter: @BitcoinNews

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