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From Bitcoin Wiki

BitcoinTalk is a message board where people interested in the technical details and the development of Bitcoin software can talk to each other. The forum also has places for people who are interested in bitcoin mining, in trading with bitcoin, and in the economics of Bitcoin.

The domain name is owned by Sirius. The forum is administrated by theymos.

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 See Also
  • 3 External links
  • 4 References

History

Before the creation of the current BitcoinTalk Forum, Satoshi used a SourceForge forum, which is lost. When Sirius provided hosting, the forum was moved to bitcoin.org/smf. Satoshi made several custom modifications to the forum software and theme.

Satoshi's first non-test post on the forum was:

I left the admin account set to the original SMF theme so if I somehow completely wedge the custom theme I can still get in to fix it.

I've got a neat little 12x12 coin image to replace those pip stars with. Should look nice. Also some nice button images to try.

The registration page has "hide your e-mail address" unchecked by default. I must fix that in php before we can open up.

The Announcements forum is currently moderator access only.

The forum was at some point moved to forum.bitcoin.org. The bitcoin.org domain name was also transferred from Satoshi to Sirius.

In July, 2011 the forum was moved to bitcointalk.org in order to make it explicitly unofficial. The "forum" link on the bitcoin.org homepage was made to simply return the Google search results for the search terms "bitcoin forums". This was followed by Bitcoin Community members, very much in bitcoin's spirit of decentralisation, creating a number of alternative forums offering different moderatorial policies and using different software platforms. None of these alternative forums have yet reached the size of Bitcoin Talk.

Later, the "forum" link was simply removed, further distancing Bitcoin Talk from the official bitcoin.org. As of April 21, 2012, Bitcoin Talk remains the first search result on Google thanks to its high page rank.

On July 22, 2012, Bitcoin Talk reached its one millionth post.

See Also

  • Bitcoin Wiki:Community portal

External links

References

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Bitcoins are a bit like the Internet. Or, rather, the Internet as it was in the mid ‘90s: something strange, coming out of geekdom into mainstream perception, greeted by puzzlement over how it works, why it works and why anyone would think it’s useful.

Even more intriguing is that the creator of Bitcoins is unknown, pseudonymous like Banksy. And maybe like installation artist JSG Boggs producing a work exploring the meaning of money.

A common analogy for Bitcoins is gold: like gold, they have value only because people want them, the supply is limited, more Bitcoins are created only by ‘mining’ for them and the difficulty in mining grows as they are mined. But rather than being stored in underground vaults Bitcoins are simply entries in a notional ledger held across many computers around the world.

The actual mining of Bitcoins is by a purely mathematical process. A useful analogy is with the search for prime numbers: it used to be fairly easy to find the small ones (Eratothenes in Ancient Greece produced the first algorithm for finding them). But as they were found it got harder to find the larger ones. Nowadays researchers use advanced high-performance computers to find them and their achievements are noted by the mathematical community (for example, the University of Tennessee maintains a list of the highest 5000).

For Bitcoins the search is not actually for prime numbers but to find a sequence of data (called a ‘block’) that produces a particular pattern when the Bitcoin ‘hash’ algorithm is applied to the data. When a match occurs the miner obtains a bounty of Bitcoins (and also a fee if that block was used to certify a transaction). The size of the bounty reduces as Bitcoins around the world are mined.

The difficulty of the search is also increased so that it becomes computationally more difficult to find a match. These two effects combine to reduce over time the rate at which Bitcoins are produced and mimic the production rate of a commodity like gold. At some point new Bitcoins will not be produced and the only incentive for miners will be transaction fees.

The raw performance of a Bitcoin mine is measured in hashes per second (i.e. the number of tries per second to find a block). With the difficulty and bounty settings it becomes possible to calculate the expected rate of Bitcoin production. An ordinary computer can do this work running software and typical high-end PC (using an Intel Core i7) can perform about 6.7MH/s (6.7 million hashes per second). This would have been quite successful at mining a couple of years ago but today it would have an expected rate of 0.0005BTC per day (this is a actuarial measure: a miner finds a block or doesn’t, and in this case it would likely take decades to find one).

Fortunately, there are more powerful computers available quite cheaply: your graphics card used for gaming is actually a massively parallel computer (quite often containing more than a thousand CPUs). My PC’s GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) contains a Radeon 6870 chip that will do 300MH/s. That’s enough for 0.02BTC per day (it would take on average more than three years to find a block). But there’s the cost of the electricity to run the PC (and the cost of the PC) to take into account. The PC uses about 250W of electricity (the graphics card alone uses 150W).

At current difficulty and electricity price ($0.15/kWh) it would cost $44 in electricity for each Bitcoin mined. But crucially, the low probability of finding a block means that the economics are likely to have shifted before one is found. The only viable way to mine Bitcoins with a GPU is to have lots of fully-amortised cards in a datacenter running right now. In short, if you didn’t get into Bitcoin mining ages ago with your PC, you’re too late now.

There is another way to calculate hashes faster: using FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays). In essence this is custom programmable electronics. Rather than using general purpose processors running software, the hardware is directly performing the calculations. FPGA programming is quite specialist engineering used in applications like HFT (High Frequency Trading) and ULLDMA (Ultra Low Latency Direct Market Access). An FPGA mining rig can achieve a hash rate as high as 800MH/s, but at some expense (the cost can run to $1000 per module).

A high-end rig of 8 modules could expect to generate 0.5BTC per day on average (allowing the hardware costs to be amortized over 130 days at current BTC prices and difficulty levels). However, anyone who invested in FPGAs recently will likely have lost their money: a new generation of mining hardware has hit the market rendering all previous mining rigs obsolete.

ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits) are the kind of chips found in cellphones and other electronics. They are expensive and time-consuming to design (taking months or even years) and hard to get the production right (requiring large silicon wafers, people in cleanroom bunny suits, etc.) but once they work properly can be manufactured cheaply in quantity.

The first dedicated mining rigs built from ASICs shipped a few weeks ago: Avalon claims their first product achieves 65GH/s, uses 650W of electricity and is priced at ฿72 (yes, it’s priced in BTC). Butterfly Labs say they will be shipping imminently kit that will do 50GH/s (currently priced at $2499). This should at current difficulties find a block about every 6 days, giving a BTC rate of 3.75BTC per day. At current BTC/USD prices that would allow the hardware cost to be amortized over just 5 days.

ASIC-based Bitcoin mining has created a step-change in Bitcoin mining economics. In keeping with the analogy with gold, there is now a rush to be amongst the first with the new mining technology and scoop the current set of Bitcoin nuggets that are easily mined before someone else does - the difficulty will step up as ASIC-based rigs become widespread. And just as in California in 1849, the suppliers of mining equipment are likely to be the ones who make the most money. In the end the limiting factor will be the amortization costs of ASIC rigs (given the economics of silicon this need not be high) and electricity (perhaps the future of Iceland’s economy is hosting air-cooled Bitcoin mining rigs powered by volcanoes?)

As to whether all of this is a fool’s pursuit and Bitcoins are really modern-day tulips (albeit tulips that weigh nothing, don’t decay and have no storage costs) it is difficult to say. In the end a form of money is a human construct that has utility when it is widely agreed that it has utility. Of course, it could be a huge geeky joke. Like the Internet used to be.

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Bitcointalk (BTCtalk) là một diễn đàn (forum) trực tuyến cho phép người dùng trên toàn thế giới thảo luận về bất cứ vấn đề gì liên quan đến Bitcoin và Altcoin. Forum bitcointalk.org được tạo ra bởi Satoshi Nakamoto và bắt đầu hoạt động từ năm 2010. Satoshi cũng là người tạo ra những chủ đề đầu tiên trên diễn đàn này và cũng từ đây lưu lượng truy cập vào bitcointalk bắt đầu tăng chóng mặt.

Bitcointalk là gì?

Tại bitcointalk.org bạn có thể tìm thấy mọi thông tin về Bitcoin như: Khi thác mỏ, thảo luận về Bitcoin, các thuật toán của Satoshi về Bitcoin, các sự án phát triển xung quanh Bitcoin, sàn giao dịch, tin tức mới nhất. Còn với Altcoin diễn đàn này cũng có một khu vực riêng, đây cũng là phần nhiều nhà đầu tư tại Việt Nam và thế giới quan tâm. Bất cứ một dự án cryptocurrency mới, hay ICO mới nào đều được thông báo trên này. Click vào đây để tới khu vực Altcoin.

Tại sao diễn đàn Bitcointalk.org lại quan trọng?

Dù bạn là người mới hay một “lão làng” trong thị trường tiền điện tử thì cũng từng nghe và biết về bitcointalk, đây được xem là forum Bitcoin đầu tiên trên thế giới, mọi thông tin về bitcoin, altcoin đều có ở đây. Khi tìm hiểu về một đồng coin cụ thể nào đó để đầu tư thì việc tìm kiếm các thông tin về dự án đó cực kỳ quan trọng. Ngoài website chính thức, các trang mạng xã hội twitter, reddit, youtube, các trang tin tức lớn như coindesk, bitcoin news,.thì diễn đàn bitcointalk là nơi bạn cần phải đến.

Nếu một đồng coin hay dự án ICO nào đó không đưa ra thông báo qua một chủ đề trên diễn đàn BTCtalk thì bạn nên cân nhắc thật kỹ trước khi mua Token của ICO đó, vì nó có khả năng scam khá cao. Và kể cả khi coin đó đã tạo chủ đề giới thiệu trên BTCtalk rồi bạn cũng cần vào xem cộng đồng nói gì về dự án đó, dự án đó tốt hay xấu, có tiềm năng hay không, hay chỉ là lừa đảo, bạn phải phân biệt được những user (tài khoản) mới và user có uy tín trên diễn đàn, điều này khá quan trọng.

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Vì sao vậy? Những user có uy tín (user có nhiều bài viết) khi đưa ra ý kiến của họ sẽ đáng tin cậy hơn là một user mới (user có ít bài viết), nhiều dự án lừa đảo người dùng bằng cách sử dụng các user mới vào để “nâng bi” cho chính dự án của họ, họ sẽ đưa ra những điều tốt đẹp, lợi nhuận cao,..vì thế bạn cần biết nhìn nhận và phân tích. Dưới đây là cách để bạn phân biệt được các cấp độ user trên bitcointalk.org.

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