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November 21, 2011, 12:13:45 AM
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exception rather the rule. Then again, these are some prodigy people involved with all this.

Prodigies are simply people who work hard at what they're good at. Zhou is also a very friendly guy, and I'm sure that his honest approach to dealing with people has played a big part in his rapid ascent.

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November 21, 2011, 06:32:30 PM
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- number of people interested in buying bitcoins - 500 or 100,000?
- amount of money the average person is willing to put into bitcoins for their "rock bottom price" - $200 or $1,000?
- Is it mostly college students, high school students, 10 year olds, or 30-40 year olds interested in bitcoins?

According to alexa statistics:
http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/bitcoin.org
Bitcoin is a sausage fest:
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Relative to the general internet population, Males are greatly over-represented at bitcoin.org.

Confidence: high

Young sprouts and young people:

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Relative to the general internet population, 18-24 year olds are over-represented at bitcoin.org.

Confidence: high

Relative to the general internet population, 25-34 year olds are over-represented at bitcoin.org.

Confidence: high

Many are obviously still in eduction:
 
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Relative to the general internet population, people browsing from school are over-represented at bitcoin.org.

Confidence: high

The forum is even worse off. But doesn't have high confidence statistics.

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