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For the forum's 10th anniversary, forum members could submit and vote on captions for notable historical posts. Here are all of the top captions:
CaptionPost date (UTC)Post scoreCaption score
I AM HODLING2013-12-18 10:03:032215.761144.22
10,000 BTC for two Pizza's2010-05-18 00:35:202186.51805.63
Satoshi announcing the creation of this forum2009-11-22 18:04:281626.99952.88
Satoshi's lesson2019-01-03 03:51:551174.00727.98
Satoshi has no time to explain2010-07-29 02:00:381098.49364.22
Heart warming story from Hal Finney2013-03-19 20:40:021078.16718.47
Forum moved to Bitcointalk.org domain2011-08-01 07:07:34855.28563.68
The infamous pizza2010-05-22 19:17:26834.79389.17
The Wall Observer Thread2013-04-16 22:32:22794.69566.23
Gavin announces he will visit the CIA2011-04-27 19:00:26793.24605.27
First Bitcoin Faucet2010-06-11 17:38:45772.33787.91
Satoshi's email gets compromised2014-09-08 21:06:34739.52577.21
Satoshi predicts Bitcoin's future transaction volume2010-02-14 15:52:23672.47638.23
Satoshi's input on Wikileaks accepting Bitcoin2010-12-11 23:39:16663.51578.40
Theymos Vs KYC2018-03-11 01:29:15635.96527.18
Satoshi explains 8 decimals. Such sense of foresight!2010-02-06 23:25:53627.87297.84
Satoshi welcomes lost coins as donations to every Bitcoin user2010-06-21 17:48:26615.82448.35
First Alternate Cryptocurrency2011-04-18 00:52:59594.10308.38
"This is not the kind of software where we can leave so many unresolved bugs that we need a tracker for them"2010-09-19 19:58:11562.83129.68
Bitcointalk trolls, dysfunction and all out flame wars. Guide to the scandals.2018-07-24 09:06:42552.89233.46
Trust system added!2013-05-21 11:23:33551.77530.82
Satoshi designs new logo and Bitcoin symbol graphic2010-02-24 21:24:23540.12474.62
Bitcointalk history of hacks and vandalism.2018-06-02 09:43:13491.45668.40
Hal Finney talks about "Bitcoin Banks"2010-12-30 01:38:40491.16436.64
First Exchange2009-12-14 14:46:37471.96229.15
Cøbra: "this forum will be in the history books"2019-04-09 00:03:45465.52490.63
Satoshi admits he's a wet blanket2010-07-05 21:31:14460.80544.62
New Bitcoin Exchange (mtgox.com)2010-07-18 01:57:19458.71242.08
Bitcointalk.org starts using SegWit for payments2018-03-04 04:34:54437.89474.04
Merit & new rank requirements2018-01-24 23:00:11433.8792.31
Theymos the newbie!2010-02-10 18:31:40380.60348.34
Satoshi about sidechains and BitDNS2010-12-09 22:46:50372.44285.38
Bitcointalk's Satoshi Founder 1st Post2010-12-08 20:21:49365.70226.81
Bitcoin foundation announcement2012-09-27 10:18:51365.34374.54
I am pretty confident we are the new wealthy elite, gentlemen.2011-06-05 03:50:32357.63163.14
Theymos talks about the 2013 attack on the forum2013-10-07 05:18:33348.80387.59
Bitcointalk 2018 april fools2018-04-01 05:30:16347.42446.99
First Real world transaction using bitcoin took place between NewLibertyStandard and BitcoinFX for Stamps2017-03-11 20:33:35341.23272.50
Activity feature implemented2013-06-18 20:44:42339.92220.80
World's First Bitcoin Lawsuit - Cartmell v. Bitcoinica2012-08-08 06:21:14337.34390.24
First Bitcoin Inflation Bug2010-08-15 18:08:49331.06207.94
The BTC acronym2010-02-05 01:48:53325.75348.80
Forum trustees & community council members2013-03-19 18:26:37324.03328.05
The first ever physical bitcoin.2011-05-09 13:03:33322.73225.44
@johoe return 870 BTC to the owners2014-12-10 00:57:10319.59453.22
Bitcointalk 2019 april fools2019-03-24 23:50:48314.77467.90
Initial new forum software specifications proposal2011-09-23 09:19:39313.74248.87
First Bitcoin Escrow Service2010-07-12 12:13:05294.74303.44
Forum funds will be put back into the forum2013-03-19 18:23:02287.64289.65
How Ray Dillinger, Hal Finney & Satoshi Nakamoto defined the "satoshi"2014-10-12 03:28:14284.28256.25
Bitcointalk courses proposal2018-07-06 05:12:37260.15148.01
The most iconic bitcointalk threads. History on Bitcointalk.2018-05-28 08:56:04259.70164.16
Bitcoin is not designed to be used for microtransactions2010-08-04 16:25:36251.54186.08
Bitcoin Prehistory2019-03-31 15:54:42244.87198.62
It's nice how anyone with just a CPU can compete fairly equally right now.2009-12-12 17:52:44236.97214.64
Ignore feature implemented2011-08-28 22:50:12228.26371.39
Forum donations announced2011-08-19 08:29:22220.80369.74
BTC tag implemented2012-06-20 04:19:22213.68344.42
The first ever ICO2013-07-31 18:53:54204.51211.78
The Satoshi Codebase2018-11-28 16:45:12195.54163.64
New forum software development begins2014-03-20 02:18:26188.92276.07
MtGox was run horribly, but has a major positive impact on bitcoin's early days2013-04-18 10:27:00188.68179.18
Bitcoin seasteading?2017-11-17 17:59:36187.21233.06
Bitcoin expert & developer badges added!2013-12-31 06:55:38185.30176.26
Block To The Future2010-07-29 01:16:23183.7387.75
Theymos Vs EUSSR2017-05-12 16:42:12180.03415.52
theymos uses his trolling experience from 4chan to develop a coding system2017-11-10 11:37:11171.4845.39
Grin becomes the first altcoin accepted for forum payments2019-01-17 02:36:30157.04406.30
Mining equipment scams, shams and failed deliveries.2018-07-18 10:16:34154.6085.79
Bitcointalk history of MtGox and how a Bitcointalk post caught the MtGox hacker.2018-06-03 12:44:34151.77131.88
Wall Observer - MtGoxUSD wall movement tracker2012-06-06 01:01:50142.76106.03
The "Honeymoon hack" and the pure generosity of the BitcoinTalk Community2014-06-20 12:10:39138.1072.39
Default Trust changed (2019 edition)2019-01-09 18:03:26138.09212.66
Bitcointalk moves to Cloudflare2017-11-29 20:07:39135.52308.77
Theymos creates Bitcoin Block Explorer2010-11-10 02:33:29133.16115.25
Newbie restrictions implemented2011-06-12 19:47:18125.12288.58
Silk road and Bitcointalk. How it played a role in its rise and fall.2018-06-08 11:50:07124.4794.70
[EDU] The Rule of "No Collateral, No Loan" - IGNORE AT YOUR OWN RISK!2014-04-20 18:03:16120.78165.76
BFL subpoena2015-04-17 05:36:49119.67150.66
Forum finances (2011-2013)2014-09-13 02:00:14119.62166.66
Input.io Lost 4000 Bitcoins - Hot wallet Hack2013-11-08 18:03:54119.54200.21
Silk Road: anonymous marketplace. Feedback requested Smiley2011-03-01 00:26:38119.31142.13
The Bitcointalk 10 BTC Donators - where are they now ?2018-06-07 10:47:50118.40164.40
My bank account's got robbed by European Commission. Over 700k is lost.2013-03-28 18:00:15117.9047.53
List of languages top gambling sites are coded in2014-09-22 20:59:54108.15137.08
Serious discussion & Ivory Tower added as an attempt to increase quality discussion2018-01-09 19:08:39107.11275.72
The Cypherpunks and Bitcoin. The years before bitcointalk.2018-05-30 02:26:57105.57139.34
[Overview] The one thread to link them all2015-10-22 07:09:59104.3186.40
The inventor of investor casinos, and dooglus just-dice had 50,000 bitcoins at the peak2013-06-25 21:46:35103.46165.21
Bitcoin anonymity2010-07-07 16:54:4498.69154.88
Altcoin - The birth of Litecoin October 20112011-10-09 06:14:2897.01169.58
Calling out the Bitcoin Foundation Scam.2014-03-03 08:37:0396.8174.72
Casascius coins announced - a simple car wash token that taught countless through physical representation2011-08-19 05:21:0096.0189.40
knightmb on bitcointalk - from 371,067.36 BTC to Mitt Romney extortion.2018-06-26 10:46:1793.82124.20
Bitcoin Savings and Trust and Pirateat40 on Bitcointalk (PONZI)2018-06-13 10:14:4493.3732.41
The Bitcointalk 50 BTC VIP club. Where are they now ? Complete list.2018-06-06 06:59:0192.90119.68
Early Blocksize Debate; 20MB blocks? (circa 2015)2015-01-30 20:47:2791.72175.05
Gold collapsing. Bitcoin UP.2012-03-13 19:36:5589.58113.28
[ANN Mt.Gox] Hi everyone, just a quick update on the situation and what happened2013-04-11 04:20:3787.0733.88
Historic Advertise on this forum - Round 12011-09-28 21:32:2381.82197.85
First ever physical bitcoin representation  - a segway to BitBills and Casascius2010-12-30 16:39:2677.75166.19
Deterministic wallets2011-06-18 21:27:2976.02107.01
Bitcoin Dream2019-07-07 16:12:3373.91157.48
In an alternative universe pooled mining wasn't a source of centralization2011-06-17 11:14:2272.8498.69
[overview] LoyceV's useful data on Bitcointalk2019-05-21 07:55:1072.70125.49
Bitcoiner outwits Royal Thai Navy2019-04-19 11:53:1671.0299.94
Zhoutong's absurd tall tale and why you shouldn't to business with CoinJar2012-07-26 11:55:5165.3482.27
pizza Laszlo has a few questions2010-04-14 16:57:2265.33106.13
Theymos' willingness to cooperate with police on real scams2014-12-06 18:03:4162.80116.28
Satoshi comment on BitcoinDotCom2010-03-23 15:22:4161.9861.98
Trust system undergoes 3rd change in history2015-05-20 18:23:2958.35155.74
Roger Ver (ab)using server access at blockchain.info to dox someone over a $50 dispute2012-12-19 10:14:1256.8588.17
[NSFW] World's First Bitcoin Tattoo2011-07-11 20:17:5456.4091.97
Gavin gives talk on Bitcoin2011-03-20 01:38:0855.9469.03
Who is Satoshi Nakamoto ? Suspects, frauds and conspiracies on bitcointalk2018-05-30 08:31:2855.07116.67
$236 - What BS - Selling OUT today!2013-04-09 19:16:4648.84137.90
Money creation system - is bitcoin creation resistant?2019-01-07 10:15:0848.83187.45
Newbie welcome video2019-10-18 22:06:0147.2830.58
Pirate PMs to be released discussion2012-11-05 17:52:4447.0660.14
Reporters Badge2018-07-25 16:03:1845.21176.32
BFL calling "loyal" customers (from +1-866-723-3108)2013-11-05 19:55:2841.7394.04
Bitcointalk.org recieves subpoena2014-12-03 02:24:5038.9992.48
She's not for sale... But her fur is! Only BTC0.01. Absolutely no cloning!2016-01-19 17:04:2937.3526.86
Blizzard DMCA takedown to Google effects Bitcointalk.org2014-05-23 01:50:3135.4233.84
Is the Earth Flat? Hint: No (some people disagree)2015-04-01 06:58:1234.16203.72
TAAA stole my Giraffe and gave me campylobacter. UNDENIABLE truth.2019-11-10 09:27:1233.9961.37
ITT we pretend its 19962013-11-15 00:21:2032.6376.33
Decentralized Bitcoin scratch off cards discussion2010-10-20 03:55:1829.9643.04
Forum admin vs Gandhi2011-09-07 05:01:2827.4280.28
Keep your role to build a decent forum.2018-09-26 21:08:3223.5464.78
2012 forum dump of posts2012-04-03 20:10:5821.7083.68
5 Resources to teach the Average Joe about Bitcoin.2019-06-21 09:02:3912.9850.23
Some useful tools for find scam / fake ICO team2018-07-02 17:47:1411.51160.32

Here are highly-rated-but-not-top-rated captions for posts already appearing above:
CaptionPost date (UTC)Post scoreCaption score
I AM HODLING2013-12-18 10:03:032215.76815.69
HODL !2013-12-18 10:03:032215.76799.37
I AM HODLING2013-12-18 10:03:032215.76693.11
I AM HODLING2013-12-18 10:03:032215.76129.12
The guy who bought pizza and payed 10,000 bitcoins!.2010-05-18 00:35:202186.51350.91
Pizza for bitcoins - 20102010-05-18 00:35:202186.51283.52
Two large 3 topping, hold the fish2010-05-18 00:35:202186.5134.62
Pizza for 10,000 bitcoins?2010-05-18 00:35:202186.5125.49
Beginning of the Bitcointalk.org2009-11-22 18:04:281626.99397.62
Welcome to the new Bitcoin forum!2009-11-22 18:04:281626.99293.41
bitcoin's 10th anniversary2019-01-03 03:51:551174.00415.28
"If you don't believe me or don't get it, I don't have time to try to convince you, sorry."2010-07-29 02:00:381098.49291.70
Hal Finney And Bitcoin2013-03-19 20:40:021078.16140.67
Moving from [forum.bitcoin.org] to present [bitcointalk.org]2011-08-01 07:07:34855.2860.52
Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion2013-04-16 22:32:22794.69162.43
Bitcoiner hangout. Price, news and banter.2013-04-16 22:32:22794.6982.88
First Altcoin: A lesson as to what happens to most altcoins2011-04-18 00:52:59594.10206.65
Bitcointalk trolls, dysfunction and all out flame wars. Guide to the scandals.2018-07-24 09:06:42552.89135.21
Default Trust: Bitcointalk's Largest Source of Drama2013-05-21 11:23:33551.77141.29
Bitcointalk history of hacks and vandalism.2018-06-02 09:43:13491.4580.47
Merit: An attempt to get Sig Spammers Under Control by Incentivizing 'good' posts2018-01-24 23:00:11433.8760.70
The most iconic bitcointalk threads. History on Bitcointalk.2018-05-28 08:56:04259.70106.64
This guy sold dog fur for 0.01 BTC2016-01-19 17:04:2937.3517.15

(It might be cool for someone to make a timeline post and/or infographic.)

Thanks to everyone who participated! If you voted in this event, you received 1 merit; if your caption appeared in the first table above, you also received 10, and if your caption appeared only in the second table above, you also received 2.

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How was the scoring done? I believe you could vote against the submissions; how was a vote against a post and/or title handled?


I believe I had two in the bottom table and I voted, but it is unclear where that merit is. Found it.

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I see a couple of my entries made it in, sweet!

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We need to have a list with events/memes/sayings that originated in this forum and have their own Wikipedia page now. It's an interesting indicator of significance online. HODL is the most obvious one. Perhaps we should also create a Wikipedia page for BTC pizza.

 
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How was the scoring done? I believe you could vote against the submissions; how was a vote against a post and/or title handled?

Code:
votePower = min(0.99, activity/1000)
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            + max(0,min(10,(earnedMerit-110)/100))
Depending on your vote type, you either:
 - Add your votePower to the post and the caption.
 - Add your votePower to the post and subtract it from the caption.
 - Subtract your votePower from the post.

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December 03, 2019, 12:16:58 AM
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Would be cool to see the individual who submitted each caption.

I actually forgot which one of them I'd entered, myself... :/

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December 03, 2019, 01:01:10 AM
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I don't recall mine either but it was probably "The infamous pizza" (sounds like something I'd say), which is essentially a duplicate of "10,000 BTC for two Pizza's", so while being grammatically correct...er it's an invalid entry. I therefore respectfully request to be disqualified from the top table.

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December 03, 2019, 05:11:06 AM
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I know that I submitted at least this one: [NSFW] World's First Bitcoin Tattoo, can't remember if I posted any more topics but nice to see that my submission scored some points.

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December 03, 2019, 08:45:40 AM
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Does anyone know how the ads display algorithm works? Was it (1 in 10 chance) or (1 in 630 chance)? Because when I clicked on the topic ads, it was a repetitive circle of several ads up to about 5 topics and repeated again.

Thanks for making one of the topics I suggested in the top captions. I hope there will be a re-vote on such topics every few years.

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December 03, 2019, 09:25:31 AM
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I got 4 of 6 submitted up there so that's chuffing.
One that 'people' seem to have downvoted was called 'Last of the OG scams?', which does not surprise me.  Roll Eyes

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December 03, 2019, 12:27:52 PM
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And i was wondering how i got free merits Tongue

I also see few thread/post which made by few years ago got some merit as well.

Would be cool to see the individual who submitted each caption.

Personally i think i'd better if the submitter remain anonymized

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December 03, 2019, 01:06:45 PM
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Can we get a complete dump of the caption contest? It others aren't against including the username of the user who submitted the caption it could be beneficial. As with the others in this thread I've completely forgot which ones I submitted. I believe I must have submitted over 20 easy.

Personally i think i'd better if the submitter remain anonymized
If I recall correctly there was a page which displayed who had submitted the captions when it was running.

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December 03, 2019, 05:34:58 PM
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Personally i think i'd better if the submitter remain anonymized
If I recall correctly there was a page which displayed who had submitted the captions when it was running.

Regardless it was shown or not on caption submit/voting page, i still think it's better not to reveal such information.

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December 03, 2019, 06:35:00 PM
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If I recall correctly there was a page which displayed who had submitted the captions when it was running.

That was only visible to staff.

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If I recall correctly there was a page which displayed who had submitted the captions when it was running.

That was only visible to staff.

That makes sense.

Regardless it was shown or not on caption submit/voting page, i still think it's better not to reveal such information.
True, I'd like to get a dump of all of it if possible without the usernames. I didn't manage to get through all of it.

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