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I0coin (I0C) is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency based on Bitcoin with a faster block time and shorter maturity. I0coin is merge mined with Bitcoin to allow for super efficient, low energy mining, and a massive network hash rate. I0coin is the most secure cryptocurrency with a block time faster than Bitcoin's.
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Looking for a dataset on bitcoin

Hi all.
I need your help to do my bitcoin multidimensional analysis thesis.
I'm looking for a dataset with various variables on bitcoin such as: price, hash rate, bitcoin of strong hands, unique addresses, bitcoin in circulation ....
I found the data on some websites but they give me the data every 3 days if I ask them since 2009, and I need it daily.
Where can I find information like this since the beginning of bitcoin without paying?
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Ethereum 2.0 Confusion, BTC Hash Drop, Bitcoin Going Viral, Ethereum Like Facebook & Fixed Rates

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Why has Bitcoins hash rate dropped 50% in 2020?
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Bitcoin hash rate has topped 100 Quintillion hashes per second for the first time. Or 0.1 Zetahash

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Bitcoin hash rate has topped 100 Quintillion hashes per second for the first time. Or 0.1 Zetahash

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Bitcoin hash rate has topped 100 Quintillion hashes per second for the first time. Or 0.1 Zetahash

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We need to have a serious talk about shitcoins.

Stop it with the shitcoins already.
Look at the price of BTC compared to every other shitcoin out there and you'll see what's happening.
Bitcoin has the perfect recipe.
Top 10 cryptocurrencies by market cap.
Bitcoin
Ethereum ETH
XRP
USDT Tether
Bitcoin Cash
Litecoin
EOS
Binance coin
Bitcoin SV
Monero
Bitcoin is unstoppable. It is the perfect money. The Bitcoin network belongs to the people of Earth. Up 97% from a year ago. Always bounces back to New highs. Bitcoin has the strongest hash rate of 120 million trillion hashes per second.
ETH/BTC is down 53% on the year. That means ETH has lost half it's value relative to Bitcoin in the last year. Ethereum. Ethereum uses a cheaper and less secure proof of stake (POS), which is a POS (piece of shit). If proof of stake was superior to proof of work (POW), then that would be Bitcoin's consensus mechanism. Ethereum is dying relative to Bitcoin.
XRP/BTC is down 73%. XRP, a fundamentally flawed imitation of Bitcoin, has lost 73% of its value relative to Bitcoin over the last year. XRP is a centralized, pre mined scam by the inventors who absolutely control that network. They call it distributed and then their world map shows 14 dots. Bitcoin has over 11,000 nodes. XRP is a shitcoin deluxe. XRP tries to imply that it is a value compared to Bitcoin by creating 100B XRP tokens compared to the 21M Bitcoin hard limit. It's deceptive.
USDT Tether is a stable coin not meant for investing in. The Bitcoin exchange that runs it says it's backed by dollars, but you have to trust them, which completely breaks why you would want to buy a cryptocurrency. Bitcoin is a trustless system. That's what you want. Don't hold any money in tether.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is a hard fork of Bitcoin. That means they took the perfect recipe (Bitcoin) and they fucked it up by changing it. BCH is mainly supported by bad actors who are defrauding people by pretending it's Bitcoin when it is not. The hash rate is everything when it comes to cryptocurrency. Bitcoin Cash has only 1.6% the hash rate of Bitcoin. They registered the fake website bitcoin.com and have a fake Reddit and a fake Twitter that pretend to be the official Bitcoin. The real Bitcoin website is the .org domain. www.Bitcoin.org. Bitcoin Cash has lost 25% of its value relative to Bitcoin in the last year. Steer clear of this scam.
Litecoin was a fork of Bitcoin. They changed the block reward from every 10 minutes to every 3 minutes. The founder has since sold his stake and has abandoned the project. LTC has lost 41% of its value relative to Bitcoin in the last year.
EOS is plagued by hacks. It's not even really a cryptocurrency. EOS has lost 52% of its value relative to Bitcoin in the last year. Terrible.
Binance coin is a Bitcoin copycat invented by the Bitcoin exchange Binance. It's centralized, and controlled by greedy people. (Assume everyone is greedy and you'll never be let down). How is this different than having dollars in a bank? The difference is that Binance coin is a market driven asset, which means the price fluctuates. So it's even riskier than dollars in a bank. You could lose value, and you're relying on an institution instead of a decentralized open protocol like Bitcoin.
Bitcoin SV is a hard fork of a hard fork of Bitcoin. It's problems are the same as BCH, from which it was formed. Bitcoin SV's hash rate is half of that of BCH and less than 1% of Bitcoin's hash rate. Bitcoin SV gas lost 33% of its value relative to Bitcoin in the last year.
Monero is a privacy coin. It has lost 43% of its value relative to Bitcoin over the last year.
The reason the 2017 Bitcoin bull run stopped is because investors got distracted by all of the shitcoins.
But now there is a great unification taking place. People are understanding more and more than Bitcoin is the only cryptocurrency worth investing in, especially long term.
So when people say, "if it's not Bitcoin it's a shitcoin," that's what we mean.
Once this shitcoin noise settles down, people will be more focused on Bitcoin and the next halvening will bring on some serious fireworks.
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Bitcoin Cash has just 0.26% of current global hash rate support.

1 TH/s is 1,000,000,000,000 hashes per second.
1 PH/s is 1,000,000,000,000,000 hashes per second.
The current hash rate for the Bitcoin network is about 6,400,000 TH/s. That's 6,400 PH/s.
The ViaBTC 'BCC' pool (currently the only one) has a hash rate of just under 17 PH/s.
17 / 6,500 = 0.26%
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3 months into 2019 hash rate update. bitcoin up 11E (23%), BCH down 0.4E (25%)

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Bitcoin Mining Power Sees Short-Term Drop as Rainy Season Ends in China

Bitcoin Mining Power Sees Short-Term Drop as Rainy Season Ends in China
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After sustained growth over the past three months, computing power on the bitcoin network has seen a fallback as the summer rainy season trails off in China.
According to data from Poolin, the world’s largest bitcoin mining pool by real time hash rate, bitcoin’s seven-day average computing (or hashing) power has dropped to around 90 exahashes per second (EH/s) since Oct. 24, signaling that some miners have been unplugging from the network. It had previously been estimated that the hash rate would go above the 100 EH/s threshold by the end of 2019
As a result of the power drop, data from mining pool service BTC.com estimates that bitcoin’s difficulty – a measure of how hard it is to compete for mining rewards on the world’s top cryptocurrency by market value – will decrease by 1.5 percent when it’s set to adjust in about seven days.
Bitcoin’s mining difficulty had reached an all-time-high at 13.69 trillion on Oct. 24, following a 38 percent increase since early August. The climb resulted mainly from an increase in miners’ hashing power made possible by the abundant and cheap hydroelectricity in China’s southwestern provinces.
Mining difficulty is designed to adjust itself to go up or down about every 14 days, based on whether the hashing power on the network in the two-week cycle increases or declines, respectively. The Oct. 24 difficulty record followed a jump in the 14-day average hash rate to an all-time-high at 97.90 EH/s.
Poolin’s co-founder Chris Zhu said in a recent WeChat post that one main reason for the fallback over the last week is the gradual end of this year’s rainy season in China. As a result, some hydropower stations in China’s Sichuan province – estimated to account for 50 percent of bitcoin’s global computing power – no longer have the capacity to generate enough energy to support mining activities.
Miners without sufficient hydropower supply would have to shut down their operations or relocate to other provinces like Xinjiang or Inner Mongolio, where mining farms have a more stable, but more expensive, power supply generated from fossil fuel plants.
Xun Zheng, CEO of Hashage, which owns mining facilities in China’s southwestern Sichuan province, echoed Zhu’s comments, adding that even if some may still be able to find a hydropower resource, the cost has gone up from $0.04 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) in the summer to around $0.05.
Further, bitcoin’s sudden price drop on Oct. 23 to below $7,500 could have resulted in a large scale of shutdown of older but widely used mining models like the AntMiner S9 made by Bitmain. The S9’s profit break-even price point is between $7,000 to $7,500. However, the price’s significant rebound since last weekend may have stopped that panic.
The fact remains, though, that the profitability of the S9 and other similar modes made by Bitmain’s rival miner makers, is a critical issue for their utility lifespan. And that may soon be affected by the higher winter cost of electricity in China, as well as the scheduled halving of bitcoin mining rewards in May 2020 – before next year’s rainy season.
According to a miner profitability index provided by Poolin and its rival F2pool, at bitcoin’s current price and an electricity cost of $0.05 kWh, the mining profit margin of models like S9 is about 30 percent.
Some, like INBTC, a sister company of Poolin, are currently making efforts to extend the life of the S9 miner by merging two units into one in an attempt to generate a higher ratio of hashing power over electricity consumption. That would allow a higher daily profit margin than would be achieved using two individual units, though it remains to be seen if such a method can be proven to work and adopted on a large scale.
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Bitcoin Halving là gì? Điều gì sẽ xảy ra khi Bitcoin được đào hết?

Cứ sau 4 năm thì đồng tiền ảo Bitcoin sẽ trải qua một sự kiện gọi là Bitcoin Halving. Đây là một sự kiện được trông chờ của cộng đồng tiền điện tử, vì khi ấy Block Reward sẽ giảm và có khả năng khiến giá Bitcoin tăng.
Trong bài viết hôm nay, hãy cùng X1000 tìm hiểu Bitcoin HalvingBlock Reward là gì? Nó tác động đến giá Bitcoin vào năm 2020 như thế nào và điều gì sẽ xảy ra khi toàn bộ lượng Bitcoin được đào hết vào năm 2140?

Bitcoin Halving là gì?

Khi Bitcoin được Satoshi Nakamoto tạo ra vào năm 2008, ông đã thiết kế cách phân phối Bitcoin cho mọi người một cách công bằng mà không cần đến các tổ chức trung gian.
Ý tưởng này được gọi là Mining (đào coin), phát thưởng Bitcoin cho các thợ mỏ làm công việc xác minh cho các giao dịch mới vào các Block (khối) mới bằng các phép tính máy tính phức tạp để tạo ra Bitcoin mới.
Ngoài ra, các thợ đào Bitcoin còn có nguồn thu nhập thứ hai ngoài phần thưởng khối, đó là thợ đào kiếm được phí giao dịch khi xác minh giao dịch.
Mining phân phối Bitcoin cho mọi người một cách công bằng mà không cần đến các tổ chức trung gian
Vậy Bitcoin Halving (Halvening) là gì? Halvening nghĩa là chia đôi: Cứ mỗi 210,000 Block Bitcoin được sinh ra (khoảng 4 năm), phần thưởng cho việc đào được từ 1 Block Bitcoin mới sẽ giảm đi một nửa (1/2). Nhờ đó, tổng lượng Bitcoin sinh ra là có giới hạn tiệm cận là 21 triệu BTC mà thôi.

Block Reward là gì?

Block Reward là phần thưởng cho việc đào khối, còn Halving nghĩa là chia đôi. Cứ mỗi 210,000 Block Bitcoin được sinh ra (khoảng 4 năm), phần thưởng cho việc đào được từ 1 Block Bitcoin mới sẽ giảm đi một nửa (1/2). Nhờ đó, tổng lượng Bitcoin sinh ra là có giới hạn tiệm cận là 21 triệu BTC mà thôi.
Bitcoin Halving số 1: Từ 3/1/2009 đến 28/11/2012, có 10,500,000 BTC được tạo ra tức là trung bình cứ mỗi 10 phút đào ra được 50 BTC.
Bitcoin Halving số 2: Từ 28/11/2012 đên 9/7/2016, có 5,250,000 BTC được tạo ra tức là trung bình cứ mỗi 10 phút đào ra được 25 BTC.
Bitcoin Halving số 3: Từ 9/7/2016 đến giữa năm 2020, sẽ có 2,625,000 BTC được tạo ra tức là trung bình cứ mỗi 10 phút đào ra được 12.5 BTC.
Bitcoin Halving số 4: Và từ 2020 đến 2024, sẽ có 1,312,500 BTC được tạo ra tức là trung bình cứ mỗi 10 phút sẽ chỉ còn 6.25 BTC được đào ra.

Bitcoin Halving số 64: sẽ không còn Bitcoin được đào ra thêm.

Tương lai của thợ mỏ khi xảy ra Halving

Nghe thoáng qua thì có vẻ như thợ đào sẽ chịu thiệt thòi, vì trước đợt Halvening thứ 2 năm 2016, mỗi block được khai thác sẽ trị giá 16,000 USD. Con số đó đã giảm xuống còn 8,000 USD sau khi Halvening thứ 2 diễn ra.
Nếu phần thưởng thấp hơn vì Bitcoin Halvening diễn ra, điều đó có thể ngăn cản nhiều người khai thác Bitcoin. Về lý thì có vẻ như khi độ khó mining tăng, sẽ có ít thợ đào tiếp tục duy trì công việc này phải không?
Tuy nhiên, mạng lưới Bitcoin có khả năng tự tiến hành cân bằng lại chính nó. Mặc dù Bitcoin cũng từng trải qua các chu kỳ Downtrend trong quá khứ nhưng Hash Rate Bitcoin đang liên tục gia tăng.
Các thợ đào cho biết họ sẵn lòng duy trì hoặc tăng sức mạnh tính toán sau khi sự kiện diễn ra. Tất cả đều mang một niềm tin giá Bitcoin sẽ tăng và bù đắp cho việc phần thưởng block giảm.
Theo Charles Hayter, CEO Crypto Compare, sắp tới sẽ có một đợt đào thải những thợ đào cũ dù cho cải tiến công nghệ cho ra đời máy đào có hiệu suất cao và giá tốt hơn. Và sau đó nếu giá Bitcoin tăng đủ tốt thì sẽ lại có nhiều thợ đào mới tham gia vào thị trường này.
Các thợ đào cho biết họ sẵn lòng duy trì hoặc tăng sức mạnh tính toán sau khi sự kiện diễn ra

Giá Bitcoin sẽ ra sao khi Halving?

Trong lịch sử, Bitcoin đã có 2 lần halving: lần 1 vào cuối năm 2012 đẩy giá Bitcoin tăng dần lên từ $100 đầu 2013 và lên ngưỡng $1.000 cuối 2013. Câu chuyện tương tự xảy ra với lần 2 diễn ra vào ngày 9/7/2016 rồi sau đó giá cũng biến động và tăng đột biến lên mốc cao nhất đạt $20.000 ở năm 2017.
Như vậy, khác với những sự thường gặp với các đồng tiền khác – giá sẽ tăng vọt lên trong 1 khoảng thời gian ngắn khiến trader không kịp trở tay, thì Bitcoin lại có một chu kỳ tăng khá ổn định và có thể đoán trước. Tự hỏi vì sao giá bitcoin lại tăng lên vì sự kiên này?
Lý do thứ 1: Dựa theo các dấu hiệu lịch sử, trong vòng 1-1,5 năm kể từ sự kiện halving, giá Bitcoin đều tăng đột biết.
Lý do thứ 2: Suy luận dựa theo quy luật cung cầu, một trong trường hợp giá tăng lên là tốc độ tăng của cung nhỏ hơn tốc độ tăng của cầu.
Theo những biến động gần đây ta có thể thấy, một số công ty và tổ chức lớn đã bắt đầu chấp nhận Bitcoin. Đơn cử như việc Google thêm ký hiệu Bitcoin bàn phím của hệ điều hành IOS hay việc nhiều thành phố sử dụng Bitcoin một cách rộng rãi như Prague, Cộng hòa Séc , Buenos Aires ở Argentina, San Francisco, Amsterdam…
Những động thái tích cực từ các công ty lớn có lượng người dùng đông đảo hay đất nước có chính sách nới lỏng về việc sử dụng Bitcoin, số lượng kinh doanh người còn đang nghi ngại về đồng tiền này sẽ thay đổi cách nhìn về nó và sẽ dần tham gia vào thị trường vì những tiện ích mà nó mang lại.
Điều này cũng đồng nghĩa với việc một nguồn vốn mới sẽ đổ vào, cầu Bitcoin tăng lên. Việc cung Bitcoin tăng chậm lại là điều chắc chắn (do quy luật Halving) và các dấu hiệu tích cực cho thấy khả năng cao cầu Bitcoin sẽ biến động tăng. Cũng chính vì lý do này mà Bitcoin trở thành đồng tiền nằm trong top các đồng có thể hold lâu dài trong năm nay và các năm tiếp theo.
Bitcoin trở thành đồng tiền nằm trong top các đồng có thể hold lâu dài

Sự kiện Bitcoin Halving kế tiếp là năm nào?

Bitcoin Halving lần 3 sẽ diễn ra sẽ điễn ra tầm giữa năm 2020, đây là dấu mốc rất quan trọng đối với những người quan tâm đến tiền mã hóa. Nó gần như là mốc quyết định cho sự tăng trưởng mạnh trở lại của thị trường.
Để theo dõi sự kiện này, bạn có thể kiểm tra theo 2 đường link: https://www.bitcoinblockhalf.com/ Hoặc link: http://www.thehalvening.com/.

Điều gì xảy ra khi Bitcoin được đào hết vào năm 2140?

Thường mọi người đặt ra câu hỏi khá là hợp lý: Điều gì xảy ra khi phần thưởng bitcoin giảm xuống 0? Liệu tất cả Miners có đồng thời dừng làm công việc khai thác bitcoin và khiến cho mạng lưới Bitcoin phải dừng lại hoàn toàn?
Để giải quyết câu trả lời này, chúng ta phải xem xét một vài điều như sau:
Đầu tiên, với tốc độ khai thác hiện tại cùng với sự chia đôi của Bitcoin Halving, người ta ước tính rằng khối cuối cùng có chứa phần thưởng Bitcoin sẽ được khai thác vào khoảng năm 2140. Khi mà Bitcoin khoảng 130 năm tuổi.
Điều thứ hai cần lưu ý là các thợ đào bitcoin có nguồn thu nhập thứ hai ngoài phần thưởng khối. Đó là thợ đào kiếm được phí giao dịch khi xác minh giao dịch. Mỗi ngày có hàng trăm hoặc thậm chí hàng ngàn Bitcoin cần được thanh toán bằng phí giao dịch (tùy thuộc vào điều kiện mạng lưới Bitcoin).
Vì vậy, vào thời điểm 2140, chúng ta hoàn toàn có thể khai thác phí giao dịch có thể sinh lời đủ để thợ mỏ tiếp tục khai thác vô thời hạn, cho dù họ không còn có phần thưởng khối nữa.
Một điểm cuối cùng cần xem xét là việc xuất hiện các dự án mới cùng tồn tại cùng với Blockchain Bitcoin. Một ví dụ về điều này là nền tảng RSK. RSK là một nền tảng hợp đồng thông minh được dự định chạy trên mạng lưới Bitcoin. Nó sẽ cho phép hợp đồng thông minh và thực thi ứng dụng phi tập trung (Daps) trong khi sử dụng chính Blockchain Bitcoin. RSK được dự định là một đối thủ cạnh tranh với Ethereum.
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08-22 17:32 - 'Here you can find when difficulty adjustment will occur. Graph is hard to see, so scroll down to see the amount of time left: [link] / Here you can see current hash rate (also can scroll down for exact numbers) and how it moves...' by /u/PaydShill removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-4min

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Here you can find when difficulty adjustment will occur. Graph is hard to see, so scroll down to see the amount of time left: [link]1
Here you can see current hash rate (also can scroll down for exact numbers) and how it moves: [link]2
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09-19 18:52 - 'Best to Google "Bitcoin 51% attack" and explore. / In short, the idea that if someone controls 51% of the hash rate, they can do things that miners wouldn't ordinarily be able to (e.g. censor TXs or double spend), because they hav...' by /u/n0mdep removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-6min

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Best to Google "Bitcoin 51% attack" and explore.
In short, the idea that if someone controls 51% of the hash rate, they can do things that miners wouldn't ordinarily be able to (e.g. censor TXs or double spend), because they have sufficient hash rate to produce and maintain the longest valid chain (until user nodes render it invalid, of course). Even if they don't, users are necessarily trusting them not to, which makes Bitcoin much less valuable.
Someone with that much hash rate could also troll the network (forcing occasional reorgs, messing with difficult adjustment, etc).
So yes, generally synonymous with malicious activity.
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08-22 09:42 - 'If I'm not mistaken bcash difficulty should adjust in about 450 blocks or so (at the current rate in about 12 hours) - after that most of the hash power should switch back to bitcoin.' by /u/clamtutor removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-6min

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If I'm not mistaken bcash difficulty should adjust in about 450 blocks or so (at the current rate in about 12 hours) - after that most of the hash power should switch back to bitcoin.
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Hash Rate in the News - PoW vs. PoS – 431 OMG!

Hash Rate in the News
With the announcement that Bitmain will offer ASIC miners for Ethereum, climbing hash rates are in the news. Briefly, hash rate is the number of hash calculations made per second across an entire cryptocurrency network. For Proof of Work (PoW) networks (we will get to Proof of Stake below) hash rate scales linearly with carbon footprint and Proof of Environmental Damage.
Let’s look at some current PoW hash rates:
Bitcoin 25.5 EH/s (quintillion), or 25,500,000,000,000,000,000 hashes per second.
Ethereum 256 TH/s (trillion), or 256,000,000,000,000 hashes per second.
Now let’s look at environmentally-friendly Qtum Proof of Stake (PoS) mining. For Qtum PoS mining, each full node securing the network does one SHA256 hash calculation every 16 seconds. We can easily calculate the network hash rate for Qtum as approximately
6,900 nodes / 16 seconds = 431 hashes per second!
This uber-low hash rate also explains why Qtum can be successfully mined with minimal computer resources, such as on a Raspberry Pi.
Save the hashes, save the environment,
Jackson
blog post on Medium
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Bitcoin Cash has just 0.26% of current global hash rate support. /r/Bitcoin

Bitcoin Cash has just 0.26% of current global hash rate support. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

06-16 19:26 - 'Bitmain AntMiner S9 Specifications: – Hash Rate: 13.0 THS ±5% – Power Consumption: 1275W + 7% (at the wall, with APW3 ,93% efficiency, 25C ambient temp) – Power Efficiency: 0.098 J/GH + 7% (at the wall, with APW3 93% efficiency...' by /u/Adoners removed from /r/Bitcoin within 53-58min

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Bitmain AntMiner S9 Specifications: – Hash Rate: 13.0 THS ±5% – Power Consumption: 1275W + 7% (at the wall, with APW3 ,93% efficiency, 25C ambient temp) – Power Efficiency: 0.098 J/GH + 7% (at the wall, with APW3 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temp) – Rated Voltage: 11.60~13.00V – Chip quantity per unit: 189x BM1387 – Dimensions: 350mm(L)135mm(W)158mm(H) – Cooling: 2x 12038 fan – Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C – Network Connection: Ethernet – Default Frequency: 650 MHz
Nice, but probably the Chinese will empty the stock in less then 2-3h
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05-20 18:31 - 'Effective Hash Rate: 8 TH/s ± 10% Nominal Power Consumption: 2200 W Power Efficiency: 0.28W/GH/s ASIC: Total 20 Spondoolies-Tech RockerBox II ASICs Power Supply: 2 x 1200 W Controller: TI Sitara 1GHz (based on Beagle Bone B...' by /u/BUSBY76 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 176-181min

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Effective Hash Rate: 8 TH/s ± 10% Nominal Power Consumption: 2200 W Power Efficiency: 0.28W/GH/s ASIC: Total 20 Spondoolies-Tech RockerBox II ASICs Power Supply: 2 x 1200 W Controller: TI Sitara 1GHz (based on Beagle Bone Black) Mining Software: cgminer with custom plugin Form Factor: 2 U rack mountable (mounting ears provided) Network: Single 10/100 Ethernet port Fans: 4 X 80 mm Input Rating: 200 - 240 VAC Ambient Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 35 °C Controller Board OS: Linux (embedded)
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Please stop mining at BTC Guild.

31% is still a very large portion of the hash rate. Bitcoin's strength is in it's decentralization and there are many decent pools to run on. I personally recommend bitminter (custom client, VERY easy to use) or p2pool.
I would even stay away from 50BTC as it also holds more than 15% of the hash rate. Preferably, pools should not be larger than 15% at this point in time and in the future p2pool should be the defacto (there seems to be more downtime than it should but with a backup pool it should be fine).
Currently pools and exchanges are bitcoin's biggest weakness, we should not exacerbation the problem.
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[WTS] Two AMD Radeon R9 390X GPUs (used, great for mining Etherium/Bitcoin/etc.) for $700 shipped

I'm selling two AMD Radeon R9 390X video cards I've had in my gaming rig. I haven't done any mining whatsoever with them, and hardly ever really pushed them. These are great for mining cryptocurrency due to their relatively high hash rates. Bitcoin, Etherium, Litecoin, Dogecoin, whatever you want to mine, these will do the job!
I know what they go for on eBay and other places online. I'm looking for $700 and that includes shipping anywhere in the United States of America. Shipping available internationally at your own additional expense (exact cost only). They work fantastic and I'll package them very well to make sure they get to you in the same great condition they are in right now.
I can provide tons of reputation and feedback. $700 via Bitcoin and these are shipped straight to your home or office.
EDIT: SOLD! Thank you to those who contacted me about these!
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A single global economy of FAIL

I had a lot of fun with Jo_Bones insane vomit yesterday, that retarded chimp is a special one for sure. He inspired me to write some satire of his delusional CSWesque rant. I list some hilarious quotes from him at the end as well from the comment chain.
The original delusional rant

If all governments could agree on any single thing at any point in time, it would be an unprecedented moment in history. A "unicorn moonshot" so to speak. If the unicorn moonshot were to manifest as every government suddenly desiring to throw their already digital currencies into complete disarray and chose a technically inferior and non-compliant product in the process, then you can bet your ass they would use BSV for their fiscal policies. At the moment, here is what came up when I googled Central Banks for the first time today. Here's what came up when I googled fractional reserves. I then googled what reconciled means, and after my eyes rolled back in to my head out of sheer inability to digest the information I was reading, I decided BSV was the blockchain to solve all of this because I personally think this thing is an awesome high-school comp sci project.

If every central bank suddenly decided to relinquish state control of their monetary policy, and instead decided that the security model of 7 amateur software developers paid by an ex-felon hiding in Antigua who controls the #11 cryptocurrency on coinmarketcap was the answer, we could have the opportunity to use a strictly worse version of our current banking software and IT infrastructure. Instant transactions between bank accounts you own? Screw that, welcome to 10 minute block times! Did you fat finger that bill payment to the wrong sender? Too bad, it's gone forever! Welcome to immutability! It's a feature not a bug!

If you extrapolate how bad this is, suddenly taxes would be lower because digital monetary transactions would come to a screeching halt. Can't pay taxes on money you don't have, right? Suck that statists! The world would benefit from one giant economy of scale even though that phrase makes no sense in this context, and in reality is another buzzword I just simply don't have the time to try to understand. I forgot to Google that one I guess. This means prices around the globe would be out of control because we'd have to revert to a primal barter system! My chicken for your box of peaches! The possibilities to fuck over literally the entire world are endless!

Additionally, there would now be a high degree of transparency to how poorly BSV scales, since blocks take hours to propagate at 1GB sizes and that would only represent the hourly transactions of a town of 10,000 people, which would inevitably lead everyone to understand what 99.99% (AKA the non-mentally retarded "subset" of the population) already know.


In the comments I decided to change potential use cases from the utter nonsense I listed above to a couple different things.
https://www.reddit.com/bsv/comments/j9u2jt/a_single_global_economy_of_scale/g8ppeq7/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3
Here I am demonstrating that I know currency lives in a database today:
The point is that they centrally issue and control their own tokens on the bitcoin network. I don’t see what’s so hard to understand about this. They already issue tokens on their own network. It’s just a different database.
Here I am 7 comments later saying those databases don't allow for digital cash when I just stated they did.
Your SQL databases don’t really allow for digital cash.
Shit maybe token issuance on BSV won't work time to pivot to:
But bank transfers still take days between Europe and Asia and have high fees precisely because all the banks maintain their own networks.
Think of the possibilities guys. You totally can't do this today, right?
so they can (for example) sell a YouTube video directly to the whole world, for their native national token... on the bitcoin network.
Crap, maybe there are some good points there. At least Bitcoin can push transactions out in seconds despite having a 10 minute block time! And wait until you see the block times if anyone ever does try to send a billion tx in a second!
These hashes cost bitcoin, but you can sell billions of them per second.
What do you mean risks of minority hash rate on BSV? Nobody has ever done a 51% attack and not been arrested! THEY'LL LOSE THEIR MINING EQUIPMENT!
Except that it’s illegal to attack another chain, and it’s public, and traceable and the punishment would be your company loses all its mining equipment.
I'm running out of use cases since they're getting shot down so fast. Here's a good one. Why pay $80 a month for internet in 1 transaction, when you can pay for internet 1.7trillion times every month for every data packet you get?
And the advantage of sending 0.0011p to someone might be that they’re providing a service to you, like a data packet.
But think of all the UnIqUe AnD gReAt FeAtUrEs on BSV. Really cutting edge stuff that SQL Server doesn't have due to being obsolete in the 90s, like the ability to append only instead of modify data elements! Also, watch the blockchain desync if you ever tried 1billion tx/sec!
The network scales to handle billions of TX/sec and the ledger is append only so it matches the criteria for keeping accurate records and/or updating them as needs be.
Time to pivot again since I'm being dismantled at every turn. What haven't I mentioned yet?
you haven’t solved the issue of the US dollar being the worlds default currency on which global trade relies.
Here is me doing my best Craig Wright technobabble nonsense impression. I know this is technically English but the words being strung together make no sense!
Once again you’ve really missed the point of all this. A data commodity that comes about through consensus of the network on ‘what value is’ contains a fraction of every part of the global economy.
Time to revert to some Craig Wright technobabble bullshit again:
Those in charge of producing dollars ultimately have an unfair advantage over those who don’t and they can game the system.
That’s a peer to peer internet model where producers get paid directly by consumers for the data they consume and miners get paid according to how fast and how efficiently and how accurately they can deliver the data.

Have I mentioned the fact I don't understand that blockchains are literally distributed databases?
Finally, you can send any kind of data in a bitcoin transaction. Not just fiat currencies issued by a government but audio, video, text, a webpage, etc.
And finally:
It’s very smart. Unlike you.
My transformation is complete.
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There are signs that a major Bitcoin miner (who was liquidating stored Bitcoins to keep power going) has officially gone busto.

Here you see major hash decline:
https://www.blockchain.com/charts/hash-rate
Here you can see '1st spends' of Bitcoin
https://terminal.bytetree.com/bitcoin
(I can't verify the accuracy of this).
I've been watching 1st spends a while, averaging like 15,000 more Bitcoins spent than mined for the last year. That's like $180 Mil.
First spends can only be done by miners. Spending more than mined basically means they are spending from old blocks (like blocks that paid out 50 BTC, 25 BTC, 12.5 BTC etc).
There is some bonus value to first spend coins that I don't quite understand, but basically you get 10% or 20% more than the Bitcoin value when you spend them, because they are completely untraceable or something like that. You can sort of trace Bitcoins, but it's very, very hard to trace newly mined Bitcoins until they are spent and linked up with other assets of said individual.
So over the last year, someone has been liquidating these reserve Bitcoins, while hash power of Bitcoin has gone up like double from where it was and payouts have fallen in half, so mining is paying like 25% of what it was this time last year, when BTC was $10k (presuming you stay on old equipment, etc.).
I could imagine a situation where a BTC bull holds these first spend coins for a long time, planning on a rapid price jump which takes a long time to materialize. And then combine that with he $3.5k Corona / Oil dip, which basically forced liquidated everyone on margin position (which Bitcoin bulls tend to do), and I could see a scenario where someone had a wonderfully huge Bitcoin position, and mining op, and then got all their free coins liquidated by margin call, and spent their '1st spend' coins to keep ops going, hoping for rapid price acceleration.
This is all conjecture but I've been expecting something like this to happen. Maybe it's just a blip, and I'm totally wrong, and hash climbs back up, but if it stays down and the BTC price goes up, then I'm thinking a miner went busto, who had be applying $10's of Millions of sell pressure monthly onto the system.
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