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Subreddit Stats: Bitcoin top posts from 2011-03-22 to 2013-04-10 14:21 PDT

Submissions % Comments %
Total 1000 71886
Unique Redditors 665 10259
Upvotes 195068 83% 417542 79%
Downvotes 39590 17% 110640 21%

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 7641 pts, 60 submissions: waspoza
    1. Bitcoin-Central, first exchange licensed to operate as a bank. This is HUGE (400 pts, 120 comments)
    2. After employees opt to be paid in Bitcoin, the Internet Archive asks for donations in the digital currency (329 pts, 62 comments)
    3. Al Gore at PYMNTS Innovation Project 2013: "I'm a big fan of BitCoin." (306 pts, 194 comments)
    4. Bitcoin ATM Founder: We Already Have Orders From 30+ Countries (303 pts, 59 comments)
    5. Bitcoin rises - Opinion - Al Jazeera English (253 pts, 55 comments)
  2. 4153 pts, 25 submissions: Julian702
    1. Cartoon: Control of Bitcoin (1144 pts, 164 comments)
    2. Reddit Considering Accepting Bitcoin as Payment for Subscriptions (328 pts, 40 comments)
    3. Las Vegas Property Management Company accepts Bitcoin For Payment Of Rent (~100 physical properties) (213 pts, 25 comments)
    4. Bitcoin Store : Removed $1000 limit, Grand Opening : Hundreds of thousands of products available for purchase and they ONLY accept Bitcoin (166 pts, 108 comments)
    5. Roger Ver: A Bitcoin Bad Ass (163 pts, 47 comments)
  3. 2124 pts, 7 submissions: DanielTaylor
    1. For the love of Bitcoin, Stop mining at BTC Guild! - They'll control the network if they reach +50% (998 pts, 340 comments)
    2. PSA to new users due to reddit gold announcement: This is how Bitcoin works [Guide] (285 pts, 137 comments)
    3. Merchants are the real Bitcoin "stars" an of utmost importance (278 pts, 120 comments)
    4. Now that it's over: The blockchain FORK explained for regular users. ELI5 Style! (215 pts, 95 comments)
    5. Important: Bitcoin users must decide on a new Transaction Fee (141 pts, 200 comments)
  4. 1616 pts, 4 submissions: SeansOutpost
    1. Meanwhile...Bitcoin still feeds people. (1094 pts, 168 comments)
    2. Bitcoin did this. Thank you so much. (279 pts, 55 comments)
    3. A Doctor Visit for 0.36 Bitcoins (151 pts, 84 comments)
    4. Today, Bitcoin FED 43 Homeless People (92 pts, 13 comments)
  5. 1543 pts, 1 submissions: rbitcoin-bot
    1. I'm /Bitcoin's new AutoModerator bot (1543 pts, 123 comments)
  6. 1533 pts, 1 submissions: tuzki
    1. My wife said this to me today (1533 pts, 318 comments)
  7. 1403 pts, 9 submissions: DTanner
    1. Bitcoin just broke the all-time high of 31.9099 (384 pts, 109 comments)
    2. "[Bitcoin] is an online form of money laundering used to disguise the source of money" -US Senator Charles Schumer. Shit just got real. (215 pts, 150 comments)
    3. The Economist covers Bitcoin: "Bits and bob" (205 pts, 49 comments)
    4. WikiLeaks endorses Bitcoin! (And Namecoin) (126 pts, 43 comments)
    5. Jeff Garzik (Bitcoin developer) responds to Adam Coen's "No. Bitcoin is a ludicrously bad idea. It is a scam. A Scam." (114 pts, 52 comments)
  8. 1271 pts, 5 submissions: m1nute
    1. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS! (1/4/13 @ 1506 GMT) (844 pts, 437 comments)
    2. IT'S OVER $90.00! (128 pts, 243 comments)
    3. The Mt.Gox Verification Queue: 14,180 Users! (107 pts, 98 comments)
    4. DEFCAD.com Bitcoin Fundraiser (102 pts, 92 comments)
    5. Once @ $100 - Let's do a Press Release (90 pts, 74 comments)
  9. 1258 pts, 2 submissions: pierenjan
    1. OkCupid, one of the biggest dating sites just (manually) accepted Bitcoin! (796 pts, 141 comments)
    2. Important deadline: You must upgrade to 0.8.1 before 15 May 2013. (462 pts, 127 comments)
  10. 1235 pts, 9 submissions: ThePiachu
    1. A public service announcement to all newcomers about the changes in price of Bitcoin (299 pts, 126 comments)
    2. Valve wants to develop "a single currency across formats and countries" - potential space for Bitcoin? (160 pts, 166 comments)
    3. Indie dev hit hard by stolen credit card chargebacks through Humble Bundle Store. You think we should tell HB / Unknown Worlds that Bitcoin offers no chargebacks? (160 pts, 63 comments)
    4. You know who should start taking Bitcoin donations? TrueCrypt. Lets suggest it to them! (129 pts, 40 comments)
    5. This saddens me - I am running a free TestNet faucet that gives out coins to anyone and someone drains it and tries selling them for 0.1mBTC a piece (113 pts, 62 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. Anenome5 (2231 pts, 553 comments)
  2. Julian702 (2229 pts, 441 comments)
  3. bitcointip (2205 pts, 756 comments)
  4. ferroh (1777 pts, 381 comments)
  5. GSpotAssassin (1529 pts, 228 comments)
  6. throwaway-o (1497 pts, 428 comments)
  7. hardleft121 (1470 pts, 210 comments)
  8. TerinHD (1426 pts, 4 comments)
  9. Amanojack (1360 pts, 239 comments)
  10. anon_bitcoin_gambler (1283 pts, 52 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. I'm /Bitcoin's new AutoModerator bot by rbitcoin-bot (1543 pts, 123 comments)
  2. My wife said this to me today by tuzki (1533 pts, 318 comments)
  3. Cartoon: Control of Bitcoin by Julian702 (1144 pts, 164 comments)
  4. Meanwhile...Bitcoin still feeds people. by SeansOutpost (1094 pts, 168 comments)
  5. For the love of Bitcoin, Stop mining at BTC Guild! - They'll control the network if they reach +50% by DanielTaylor (998 pts, 340 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 1358 pts: TerinHD's comment in I have my entire retirement and savings invested in Bitcoin. I will track its progress here over time.
  2. 834 pts: anon_bitcoin_gambler's comment in I have my entire retirement and savings invested in Bitcoin. I will track its progress here over time.
  3. 806 pts: HarshlyThrownAway's comment in I have my entire retirement and savings invested in Bitcoin. I will track its progress here over time.
  4. 495 pts: aSimpleMan's comment in I have my entire retirement and savings invested in Bitcoin. I will track its progress here over time.
  5. 491 pts: phattsao's comment in HOLD SPARTANS!
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submitted by phloating_man to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Is BTCGUILD dying?

I read the following on BTCGUILD's recent News page:
The Pay-per-Share method is being removed from BTC Guild over the next 12 to 24 hours. For users who are not aware, the PPS method means the pool actively loses money during bad luck, with the assumption that the long run will make the pool significantly more. This has been the case since inception, but there is another risk associated with PPS in the form of the hot wallet. Pools keep a hot wallet balance which is used to pay miners when they request payouts.
Due to PPS being unrelated to blocks being solved, a PPS pool is required to keep the hot wallet balance significantly higher than a non-PPS pool. This means the risk of an attack on the pool draining the hot wallet is significantly greater. With the value of Bitcoins these days, paired with the shrinking of pools as larger private farms coming online, the variance of PPS (on the pool side) has become too significant for BTC Guild to continue offering it with the added risks it requires.
PPLNS is a better deal for miners in the long run. Even with the bad luck the pool has had the last few weeks, the pool is still positive on luck for the last 3 months. Mining on BTC Guild has produced better than 0% PPS equivalent payments for the last 3 months when factoring in orphaned block payouts, transaction fees, and Namecoins. Miners make more money, and the pool is able to operate without losing money when luck is bad, and without having to keep as many coins at risk should an attack ever be successful against the pool.
submitted by r0nj0hn3 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Can someone help me get started with Namecoin?

BTC Guild randomly switched me to both Bitcoin and Namecoin mining, and now I have NMC building up..
What do I do with it?
submitted by rabble123 to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

Arena with Dogecoins

I run a bot on the gambling website Peerbet called Arenabot. Peerbet allows for btc, ltc, nmc, ppc, xpm, ftc, anc, doge, and nxt. The bot requires users to transfer multiples of 50sat or the equivilent in the other currencies (Chat command "cost" displays current prices).
For every multiple of the cost you spend you get a game. Each game you have a 10% chance to kill the champion. Upon killing the champion you become the champion. All the money that is sent in goes to the champion. Money is saved in a database if no one is left to challenge you. This allows you to immediately challenge anyone that kills you.
The bot also allows you to form guilds with up to 3 people. Approximately every 20 minutes a new guild is choosen to be topguild. The algorithm for selection chooses a guild based on SQRT(KILLS) * RANDOM. The guild with the most points is topguild. During the time a guild is topguild everytime a game is played they have a chance to win 10free games for each member.
If anyone is interested in my bot please go to peerbet.org and register for an account and deposit some dogecoins. I have a dedicated player base for Arenabot. Since the Arenabot relaunch on Christmas 2013 players have earned almost 2million kills. You can play with Bitcoins, Litecoins, Peercoins, Namecoins, Primecoins, Feathercoins aswell.
So Come Play Arenabot on https://peerbet.org/
Such Kill
submitted by diltarget to dogebetting [link] [comments]

Is BTCGUILD dying

I read the following news on BTCGUILD today:
The Pay-per-Share method is being removed from BTC Guild over the next 12 to 24 hours. For users who are not aware, the PPS method means the pool actively loses money during bad luck, with the assumption that the long run will make the pool significantly more. This has been the case since inception, but there is another risk associated with PPS in the form of the hot wallet. Pools keep a hot wallet balance which is used to pay miners when they request payouts.
Due to PPS being unrelated to blocks being solved, a PPS pool is required to keep the hot wallet balance significantly higher than a non-PPS pool. This means the risk of an attack on the pool draining the hot wallet is significantly greater. With the value of Bitcoins these days, paired with the shrinking of pools as larger private farms coming online, the variance of PPS (on the pool side) has become too significant for BTC Guild to continue offering it with the added risks it requires.
PPLNS is a better deal for miners in the long run. Even with the bad luck the pool has had the last few weeks, the pool is still positive on luck for the last 3 months. Mining on BTC Guild has produced better than 0% PPS equivalent payments for the last 3 months when factoring in orphaned block payouts, transaction fees, and Namecoins. Miners make more money, and the pool is able to operate without losing money when luck is bad, and without having to keep as many coins at risk should an attack ever be successful against the pool.
submitted by r0nj0hn3 to BitcoinMiner [link] [comments]

Subreddit Stats: Bitcoin top posts from 2011-03-22 to 2013-04-10 14:21 PDT

Submissions % Comments %
Total 1000 71886
Unique Redditors 665 10259
Upvotes 195068 83% 417542 79%
Downvotes 39590 17% 110640 21%

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 7641 pts, 60 submissions: waspoza
    1. Bitcoin-Central, first exchange licensed to operate as a bank. This is HUGE (400 pts, 120 comments)
    2. After employees opt to be paid in Bitcoin, the Internet Archive asks for donations in the digital currency (329 pts, 62 comments)
    3. Al Gore at PYMNTS Innovation Project 2013: "I'm a big fan of BitCoin." (306 pts, 194 comments)
    4. Bitcoin ATM Founder: We Already Have Orders From 30+ Countries (303 pts, 59 comments)
    5. Bitcoin rises - Opinion - Al Jazeera English (253 pts, 55 comments)
  2. 4153 pts, 25 submissions: Julian702
    1. Cartoon: Control of Bitcoin (1144 pts, 164 comments)
    2. Reddit Considering Accepting Bitcoin as Payment for Subscriptions (328 pts, 40 comments)
    3. Las Vegas Property Management Company accepts Bitcoin For Payment Of Rent (~100 physical properties) (213 pts, 25 comments)
    4. Bitcoin Store : Removed $1000 limit, Grand Opening : Hundreds of thousands of products available for purchase and they ONLY accept Bitcoin (166 pts, 108 comments)
    5. Roger Ver: A Bitcoin Bad Ass (163 pts, 47 comments)
  3. 2124 pts, 7 submissions: DanielTaylor
    1. For the love of Bitcoin, Stop mining at BTC Guild! - They'll control the network if they reach +50% (998 pts, 340 comments)
    2. PSA to new users due to reddit gold announcement: This is how Bitcoin works [Guide] (285 pts, 137 comments)
    3. Merchants are the real Bitcoin "stars" an of utmost importance (278 pts, 120 comments)
    4. Now that it's over: The blockchain FORK explained for regular users. ELI5 Style! (215 pts, 95 comments)
    5. Important: Bitcoin users must decide on a new Transaction Fee (141 pts, 200 comments)
  4. 1616 pts, 4 submissions: SeansOutpost
    1. Meanwhile...Bitcoin still feeds people. (1094 pts, 168 comments)
    2. Bitcoin did this. Thank you so much. (279 pts, 55 comments)
    3. A Doctor Visit for 0.36 Bitcoins (151 pts, 84 comments)
    4. Today, Bitcoin FED 43 Homeless People (92 pts, 13 comments)
  5. 1543 pts, 1 submissions: rbitcoin-bot
    1. I'm /Bitcoin's new AutoModerator bot (1543 pts, 123 comments)
  6. 1533 pts, 1 submissions: tuzki
    1. My wife said this to me today (1533 pts, 318 comments)
  7. 1403 pts, 9 submissions: DTanner
    1. Bitcoin just broke the all-time high of 31.9099 (384 pts, 109 comments)
    2. "[Bitcoin] is an online form of money laundering used to disguise the source of money" -US Senator Charles Schumer. Shit just got real. (215 pts, 150 comments)
    3. The Economist covers Bitcoin: "Bits and bob" (205 pts, 49 comments)
    4. WikiLeaks endorses Bitcoin! (And Namecoin) (126 pts, 43 comments)
    5. Jeff Garzik (Bitcoin developer) responds to Adam Coen's "No. Bitcoin is a ludicrously bad idea. It is a scam. A Scam." (114 pts, 52 comments)
  8. 1271 pts, 5 submissions: m1nute
    1. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS! (1/4/13 @ 1506 GMT) (844 pts, 437 comments)
    2. IT'S OVER $90.00! (128 pts, 243 comments)
    3. The Mt.Gox Verification Queue: 14,180 Users! (107 pts, 98 comments)
    4. DEFCAD.com Bitcoin Fundraiser (102 pts, 92 comments)
    5. Once @ $100 - Let's do a Press Release (90 pts, 74 comments)
  9. 1258 pts, 2 submissions: pierenjan
    1. OkCupid, one of the biggest dating sites just (manually) accepted Bitcoin! (796 pts, 141 comments)
    2. Important deadline: You must upgrade to 0.8.1 before 15 May 2013. (462 pts, 127 comments)
  10. 1235 pts, 9 submissions: ThePiachu
    1. A public service announcement to all newcomers about the changes in price of Bitcoin (299 pts, 126 comments)
    2. Valve wants to develop "a single currency across formats and countries" - potential space for Bitcoin? (160 pts, 166 comments)
    3. Indie dev hit hard by stolen credit card chargebacks through Humble Bundle Store. You think we should tell HB / Unknown Worlds that Bitcoin offers no chargebacks? (160 pts, 63 comments)
    4. You know who should start taking Bitcoin donations? TrueCrypt. Lets suggest it to them! (129 pts, 40 comments)
    5. This saddens me - I am running a free TestNet faucet that gives out coins to anyone and someone drains it and tries selling them for 0.1mBTC a piece (113 pts, 62 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. Anenome5 (2231 pts, 553 comments)
  2. Julian702 (2229 pts, 441 comments)
  3. bitcointip (2205 pts, 756 comments)
  4. ferroh (1777 pts, 381 comments)
  5. GSpotAssassin (1529 pts, 228 comments)
  6. throwaway-o (1497 pts, 428 comments)
  7. hardleft121 (1470 pts, 210 comments)
  8. TerinHD (1426 pts, 4 comments)
  9. Amanojack (1360 pts, 239 comments)
  10. anon_bitcoin_gambler (1283 pts, 52 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. I'm /Bitcoin's new AutoModerator bot by rbitcoin-bot (1543 pts, 123 comments)
  2. My wife said this to me today by tuzki (1533 pts, 318 comments)
  3. Cartoon: Control of Bitcoin by Julian702 (1144 pts, 164 comments)
  4. Meanwhile...Bitcoin still feeds people. by SeansOutpost (1094 pts, 168 comments)
  5. For the love of Bitcoin, Stop mining at BTC Guild! - They'll control the network if they reach +50% by DanielTaylor (998 pts, 340 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 1358 pts: TerinHD's comment in I have my entire retirement and savings invested in Bitcoin. I will track its progress here over time.
  2. 834 pts: anon_bitcoin_gambler's comment in I have my entire retirement and savings invested in Bitcoin. I will track its progress here over time.
  3. 806 pts: HarshlyThrownAway's comment in I have my entire retirement and savings invested in Bitcoin. I will track its progress here over time.
  4. 495 pts: aSimpleMan's comment in I have my entire retirement and savings invested in Bitcoin. I will track its progress here over time.
  5. 491 pts: phattsao's comment in HOLD SPARTANS!
Generated with BBoe's Subreddit Stats SRS Marker: 1365628860.0
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