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July 09, 2012, 08:27:46 PM
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Also interesting it that none of these addresses appear to be vanity addresses !
Looks like the BTC rich prefer to stay out of the limelight...

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July 10, 2012, 01:19:33 AM
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I guess the biggest wallet is own by Satoshi. At least I hope so, he deserves it

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July 10, 2012, 01:30:33 AM
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As of block 165643, the ten most common values for addresses to store were:

 0.00000000 (in 2411568 addresses)
50.00000000 (in   40631 addresses)
 0.00000001 (in   35921 addresses)
 0.05000000 (in   22806 addresses)
 0.00100000 (in   22439 addresses)
 0.02000000 (in   18160 addresses)
 0.01000000 (in   13178 addresses)
 1.00000000 (in   11636 addresses)
 0.00500000 (in    9502 addresses)
 0.00000002 (in    7628 addresses)

This is also something pretty significant - 2,031,550 coins most likely in the hands of miners, never been spent.

If you consider that most blocks pay a few bitcents in transaction fees, there is probably another huge heap of coins in the hands of miners that aren't showing on this list because they are not 50 exactly, but rather, 50.06, 50.015, 50.122, etc.

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July 10, 2012, 05:28:23 AM
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I guess the biggest wallet is own by Satoshi. At least I hope so, he deserves it
That's hard to see with blockchain analysis, because these amounts haven't moved yet at all.

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July 10, 2012, 05:42:05 AM
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I guess the biggest wallet is own by Satoshi. At least I hope so, he deserves it
That's hard to see with blockchain analysis, because these amounts haven't moved yet at all.

I bet Satoshi put his wallet on a USB drive and threw it in the ocean à la the old woman in Titanic.

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July 10, 2012, 05:43:14 AM
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I see the address in my lost wallet Cry

Damn bitcoin needs to grow if my lost wallet is in the top 500...

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July 14, 2012, 01:10:25 PM
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plotted the 494 richest adresses to a graph:
all thogether are 3'802'796.85491 Bitcoins

all data lin scale:


without 50000 wallet


log scale:

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July 15, 2012, 08:25:03 PM
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List updated (I had a bug in my tool that missed recent TX).

Monster address is now at $517k !


You mean BTC517k ? Smiley

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July 16, 2012, 06:05:30 PM
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The growth of 1DkyBE is crazy. I estimate that the growth has averaged 2850/day over 6 months, which equates to 40% of all new mining production (@7200/day) over that period, and it now holds 5.5% of all BTC in existence.

There would seem to be diminishing value to continuing to accumulate while owning such a large fraction of the outstanding coins, but it doesn't seem to be slowing down any.  If it is Silk Road's accumulated profits, as many have speculated, then it somewhat makes sense, since converting to dollars via the exchanges might involve loss of anonymity.
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July 16, 2012, 11:48:03 PM
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I see one of my paper wallet addresses.  Cheesy
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July 17, 2012, 04:36:10 PM
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Seems several more of these addresses now have balances ending in 0.031337 as compared to before.

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July 17, 2012, 05:03:16 PM
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Seems several more of these addresses now have balances ending in 0.031337 as compared to before.


I have a feeling that the top 4 addresses belong to the same owner.

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July 17, 2012, 05:14:56 PM
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Seems several more of these addresses now have balances ending in 0.031337 as compared to before.


I have a feeling that the top 4 addresses belong to the same owner.

Around 30 addresses from the top, except the biggest one, totaling over 990k - if my math is right :p If it's not the same person, then it's a conspiracy ;)
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July 17, 2012, 11:16:01 PM
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Around 30 addresses from the top, except the biggest one, totaling over 990k - if my math is right :p If it's not the same person, then it's a conspiracy Wink
My guess is that some third party just sent them all 0.031337 BTC as a joking congratulations for making the top of the list.

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July 18, 2012, 08:42:40 AM
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I see the address in my lost wallet Cry

Damn bitcoin needs to grow if my lost wallet is in the top 500...

That's not how it works. As Bitcoin grows the nominal amount in each address will tend to flatten out and yours and other early lost addresses will become the highest. Rather depressing  Sad

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July 18, 2012, 03:45:39 PM
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List bumped.

Noteworthy changes:

    - someone donated to the top 30 addresses to make them have a decimal tally ending in .03133700  Grin
    - the list now has a "date last touched" field added to it
    - the monster address has shrunk noticeably





hehe, very cute of them to do so. The only thing that sucks about it, is that it throws off the 'date last touched' for us watching the hibernating wallets. :/

I suppose we can filter out a transaction date if we know for sure we can not attribute it to the wallet owner?

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July 19, 2012, 01:36:04 PM
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the monster address has shrunk noticeably


That would be the BTCST treasury, in my guess. Down by 20%, oh my. ^^
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July 23, 2012, 03:09:49 PM
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I wonder how many people fired up vanitygen trying to find the keys for that one large address?  I know it would take millions of years, but you never know, you might get lucky.

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July 23, 2012, 05:22:26 PM
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I wonder how many people fired up vanitygen trying to find the keys for that one large address?  I know it would take millions of years, but you never know, you might get lucky.

That's 340282366920938463463374607431768211456 attempts.

Assuming your computer could try a billion per seconds (it can't, according to the vanitygen
post, vanitygen can do ~20 Million attempts per second on a 6990), that'd still take you, oh,
about 10790283070806014188 years.

...

In other words, chances are you'd witness the heat death of the universe before you actually
"get lucky".


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Hey! That's only ~10^19 years, ~10^22 years on a 6990.

That's literally nothing compared to the heat death of the universe. (At least 10^40 years.)

Not to mention that there is a lot of headroom between a 6990 and the physical limits to computation.

You have plenty of time, even with a 6990. Better get started. Grin

(You can probably crack it by hand, if the proton doesn't decay.)

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July 23, 2012, 09:08:02 PM
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I wonder how many people fired up vanitygen trying to find the keys for that one large address?  I know it would take millions of years, but you never know, you might get lucky.

I think very few people are trying to do that.

I have to believe that most people involved with bitcoin are neither thieves nor stupid.
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