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March 01, 2011, 03:15:14 PM

Which bitcoin, or fraction thereof, have users transacted the most? I understand that some folks like to collect freshly generated bitoins, but let's show some respect for Bitcoinville's community bicycle.

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March 01, 2011, 03:55:13 PM

Bitcoins have no "ID" or something similar. You can't say "coun number 1337 hast been transfered through 100 addresses already".

All you can see is from which address(es) a transaction came, to which address it went and how many coins have been transfered.

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March 01, 2011, 04:07:40 PM

Sure, but, out of all the possible paths you could focus in on where it (the oldest complete size 1.0 coin) would be now if if always moved at every opportunity and either (1) it always fitted itself into the smallest outgoing portion it could fit in, on the one hand or (2) it always went with the largest outgoing portion it could fit in.

That could find the oldest coin that didn't want to go big and the oldest coin that was a wannabe majoritarian (or maybe democrat?)

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