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January 31, 2013, 02:53:41 PM
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Is this globe project dead? I can't seem to load it! I really loved it!

any similar projects, maps or something ?
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January 31, 2013, 03:25:03 PM
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Very nice. More of this please!

http://www.weusecoins.com/globe-bitcoin/

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January 31, 2013, 03:55:59 PM
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It works here.
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February 01, 2013, 05:36:23 PM
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its viewable. but infact is dead. the json data it grabs i think ended in october..

but if you want a better more accurate uptodate version

http://blockchain.info/nodes-globe

enjoy

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February 01, 2013, 05:46:14 PM
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its viewable. but infact is dead. the json data it grabs i think ended in october..

but if you want a better more accurate uptodate version

http://blockchain.info/nodes-globe

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That is how i see it
http://sadpanda.us/images/1384489-ANS1HDS.jpg

dunno, i doubt all this black/white is fine.
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February 01, 2013, 05:48:36 PM
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its viewable. but infact is dead. the json data it grabs i think ended in october..

but if you want a better more accurate uptodate version

http://blockchain.info/nodes-globe

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That is how i see it
http://sadpanda.us/images/1384489-ANS1HDS.jpg

dunno, i doubt all this black/white is fine.

No, that's exactly how it's supposed to be.

At least it has always been this way for me.

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February 01, 2013, 10:17:48 PM
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its viewable. but infact is dead. the json data it grabs i think ended in october..

but if you want a better more accurate uptodate version

http://blockchain.info/nodes-globe

enjoy
Does anyone know what the different colors mean on the map?

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February 01, 2013, 11:39:07 PM
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black lines means mega amount of nodes in one spot (probably supernodes/exchanges)
orange lines a bit less
green lines less then orange
blue lines even less..

the height of the lines gives it away.

the blackline in the centre of USA.. the location of the line is in the Kansas area near the Missouri boarder which many Dox'ers know as the locations of inaba data centre/pool and BFL

it has brought up many theories.
BFL's mining hotspot(although when clicking the mining option it reduces to a orange line)..
Inaba's old job the data centre which many users host their bitcoin projects
Inaba's old job the data centre which hosts his mining pool lots of people connect to.
or a tor exit node many users get routed to. 

the one in UK. thats blockchain.info or intersango, exit nodes again more theories

the one in Ukraine, most probably BTC-E.com exchange or a few other theories

it doesnt give you all the answers to who or why there's alot of action there. but atleast the info is updated regularly. and as a brit its nice to see 2 big black lines in england. one near london and one in north england.

i guess the UK is starting to wake up to bitcoin and taking over like a storm to have high frequency of nodes in a small area.

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