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February 09, 2015, 08:44:20 PM
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OoC, I was thinking of something yesterday and not sure I can verbalize it properly.  I was wondering if there was any correlation between the amount of bitcoins mined by known or unknown entities and the amount of bitcoin being sold on some exchanges.  I was trying to come up with some idea for visualizing the possibility of price manipulation on the public bitcoin exchanges.  Also where the bitcoin from "large" mining entities are ending up and if they are being held or traded.  Not sure if something like this is up your alley.  These are just some crazy ideas that pop into my head late at night when i can't sleep.

Thanks for all you do!

It's a very interesting idea, which has also given me another idea - what's the half life of each generation tx (ie how long until the utxos from a gen tx are all less than half of the initial gen tx). This ties to your idea since the rate of spending would have to approach the rate of trade on exchanges, but it also occurred to me this would be an excellent measure of mining economic activity.

Lots of food for thought there. Thanks abracadabra!

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February 09, 2015, 09:11:38 PM
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what's the half life of each generation tx (ie how long until the utxos from a gen tx are all less than half of the initial gen tx).

Isn't a generation transaction is just one transaction?

I partially comprehend what you mean, but could you explain that a bit?  Also what's a "utxos"?

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February 09, 2015, 09:34:35 PM
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what's the half life of each generation tx (ie how long until the utxos from a gen tx are all less than half of the initial gen tx).

Isn't a generation transaction is just one transaction?

I partially comprehend what you mean, but could you explain that a bit?  Also what's a "utxos"?

UTXO == Unspent Transaction Outputs

The generation tx is just one tx, but the coins originating here get spent through other txs. Eventually, the largest unspent tx output originating only from the generation tx will be less than half of the original generation tx value - how long does this take?

The problem I see with this approach is when utxos are combined into a new tx.

Edit: Might be easier to find the median size of the all the tx outputs that the generation tx contributes to, within n steps from the generation tx (as a different measure of economic activity than half life).

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February 09, 2015, 09:52:01 PM
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Now that I produce three weekly posts I can't really reproduce them here anymore so I'm going to link to them and include some interesting images instead.

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February 22, 2015, 11:56:00 AM
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Now that I produce three weekly posts I can't really reproduce them here anymore so I'm going to link to them and include some interesting images instead.

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February 22, 2015, 06:37:48 PM
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Now that I produce three weekly posts I can't really reproduce them here anymore so I'm going to link to them and include some interesting images instead.

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Are DOT and DAY pools also from China? Look, top-4 pools are chinese, unbelievable.
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February 22, 2015, 06:46:00 PM
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Can you please link to a block found by Dot pool?

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February 22, 2015, 07:38:59 PM
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Are DOT and DAY pools also from China?

I don't know, sorry.

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February 22, 2015, 07:44:55 PM
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Can you please link to a block found by Dot pool?

https://blockchain.info/tx/ededb52d2f2e06441b8d5251d3847648eb5bcbd19704c979e1995fa9ed74abc6

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February 24, 2015, 01:32:06 AM
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Are DOT and DAY pools also from China? Look, top-4 pools are chinese, unbelievable.

aren't all the major ASIC companies in china? 

it's like blue bell ice cream, they eat (use) all they can, and sell the rest

a couple of them need to improve their peering badly

*cough* antpool *cough*

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February 24, 2015, 01:55:11 AM
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Are DOT and DAY pools also from China? Look, top-4 pools are chinese, unbelievable.

aren't all the major ASIC companies in china? 

it's like blue bell ice cream, they eat (use) all they can, and sell the rest

Blue Bell Ice Cream is made in China?

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February 24, 2015, 02:50:54 AM
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Are DOT and DAY pools also from China? Look, top-4 pools are chinese, unbelievable.

aren't all the major ASIC companies in china? 

it's like blue bell ice cream, they eat (use) all they can, and sell the rest

Blue Bell Ice Cream is made in China?


aren't all the major icecream companies in china? 

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February 24, 2015, 04:43:33 AM
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Are DOT and DAY pools also from China? Look, top-4 pools are chinese, unbelievable.

aren't all the major ASIC companies in china? 

it's like blue bell ice cream, they eat (use) all they can, and sell the rest

Blue Bell Ice Cream is made in China?


aren't all the major icecream companies in china? 


Had no idea there were cow's in China.

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February 24, 2015, 04:49:22 AM
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Are DOT and DAY pools also from China? Look, top-4 pools are chinese, unbelievable.

aren't all the major ASIC companies in china? 

it's like blue bell ice cream, they eat (use) all they can, and sell the rest

Blue Bell Ice Cream is made in China?


aren't all the major icecream companies in china? 


Had no idea there were cow's in China.
3rd largest population Tongue according to this ...
http://www.bigpictureagriculture.com/2011/06/thirty-cattle-breeds-described.html

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February 24, 2015, 06:19:58 AM
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Are DOT and DAY pools also from China? Look, top-4 pools are chinese, unbelievable.

aren't all the major ASIC companies in china? 

it's like blue bell ice cream, they eat (use) all they can, and sell the rest

Blue Bell Ice Cream is made in China?


aren't all the major icecream companies in china? 


Had no idea there were cow's in China.
3rd largest population Tongue according to this ...
http://www.bigpictureagriculture.com/2011/06/thirty-cattle-breeds-described.html


Wow, they're just above the US... I guess those billion+ Chinese gotta eat something...

Funny thing is, look at who has the most cows...
Apparently, India is the place to be if you're a cow.

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February 24, 2015, 06:58:20 AM
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Wow, they're just above the US... I guess those billion+ Chinese gotta eat something...

Funny thing is, look at who has the most cows...
Apparently, India is the place to be if you're a cow.

It definitely is. As a cow in India you can sit in the middle of the road all day long and noone will bother you. Nice to be a holy animal!

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Are DOT and DAY pools also from China? Look, top-4 pools are chinese, unbelievable.

aren't all the major ASIC companies in china? 

it's like blue bell ice cream, they eat (use) all they can, and sell the rest

a couple of them need to improve their peering badly

*cough* antpool *cough*

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February 24, 2015, 10:59:57 PM
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Are there any pools which have very easy monitoring on your mobile device like GHASH app?

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February 24, 2015, 11:25:23 PM
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Are there any pools which have very easy monitoring on your mobile device like GHASH app?
Most mobile devices have browsers don't they? Smiley

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March 01, 2015, 11:26:35 PM
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Current Block Maker Statistics
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