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r/Bitcoin recap - January 2018

Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the thirteenth monthly Bitcoin news recap. I must say it's becoming pretty hard to select just 1 or 2 stories per day, too much is going on!
For those unfamiliar, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in the Bitcoin space over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in January 2018
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Merry Christmas /r/Bitcoin!

Just want to wish everyone here a Merry Christmas! I come to this sub everyday and am glad I can always find quality posts and comments. Thank You!
Edit: I don't have Bitcoin but everyone gets upvotes!
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Significant bitscoin events of 2016 that bitscoiners pointedly ignored

With 2016 about to end, it may be time to list the significant events of 2016 in Bitscoin Space.
We may let them list the events that they remember because they were supposed to be Good for Bitscoin. It is up to us to remember those that they pretended not to notice. Such as:
What else?
submitted by jstolfi to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Lowest google searches for "Bitcoin" in last 12 months.

Google trends shows lowest interest in bitcoin searches, and it keeps falling down. http://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=buy%20bitcoin%2C%20bitcoin&date=today%2012-m&cmpt=q Similar results results were around 26.10-01.11, but if you zoom out ("last 90 days"), it had never drop so low.
submitted by IcebBB to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Released List of Satoshi Roundtable Attendees Gathering this Weekend

Satoshi Roundtable II
This weekend a group of blockchain and bitcoin industry leaders gather again for the Satoshi Roundtable (satoshiroundtable.org) retreat. Participants in the second Satoshi Roundtable include developers, CEOs, investors, adopters and influencers from the blockchain and bitcoin world.
The retreat is limited to approximately 75 attendees and designed to encourage organic, participant-driven discussion free of the distractions of a conference.
Sessions include several topics of overall blockchain interest and a roundtable discussion on bitcoin capacity.
Please provide any suggestions you have for areas of discussion/ focus.
Partial list of confirmed participants:
Gabriel Abed, CEO, Bitt Charles Allen, CEO, BTCS Gavin Andresen, MIT / Bitcoin Foundation Adam Back, President, Blockstream David Bailey, CEO, yBitcoins Mike Belshe, CEO, BitGo Patrick Byrne, CEO, Overstock / T0 Michael Cao, CEO, zoomhash Dave Carlson, CEO, Mega Big Power Daniel Castagnoli, CCO Exodus Sam Cole, CEO, KNC Miner Matt Corallo, Core Developer Luke Dashjr, Core Developer Anthony Di Iorio, CDO-Toronto Stock Exchange, Founder-Ethereum/Decentral/Kryptokit Joe Disorbo, CEO, Webgistix Jason Dorsett, Early Adopter Evan Duffield, FoundeLead Scientist, Dash Andrew “Flip” Filipowski, Partne Co-Founder, Tally Capital Thomas France, Founder, Ledger Jeff Garzik, Founder, Bloq Yifo Guo, Tech Develope Early Adopter David Johnston, Chairman, Factom Samy Kamkar, Super Hacker Alyse Killeen, Partner, Venture Capital Investor Jason King, Founder, Unsung Mike Komaransky, Cumberland Mining Peter Kroll, Founder, bitaddress.org Bobby Lee, CEO, BTC China, Vice-Chairman of the Board, Bitcoin Foundation Charlie Lee, Director of Engineering, Coinbase/Founder of Litecoin Eric Lombrozo, Founder, Ciphrex Corp / Developer Marshall Long, CTO, Final Hash Matt Luongo, CEO, Fold Jake Mazulewicz, Ph.D. JMA Associates (guest speaker) Human performance researcher Halsey Minor, CEO, Uphold / Founder of CNet Alex Morcos, Hudson Trading/ Core Developer Neha Narula, MIT, Director of DCI – Digital Currency Initiative Dawn Newton, Co-Founder, COO, Netki Justin Newton, Founder CEO, Netki Stephen Pair, Co-FoundeCEO, BitPay Inc. Michael Perklin, President, C4 – CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium / Board Member, Bitcoin Foundation Alex Petrov, CIO, BitFury Phil Potter, CFA, Bitfinex Francis Pouliot, Director, Bitcoin Embassy, Board Member, Bitcoin Foundation JP Richardson, Chief Technical Officer, Exodus Jamie Robinson, QuickBt Jez San, Angel Investor Marco Santori, Partner, Pillsbury Scott Scalf, EVP/Head of Tech Team, Alpha Point Craig Sellars, CTO, Tether Ryan Shea, Co-Founder, One Name Greg Simon, CEO & Co-Founder Ribbit! Me / President, Bitcoin Association Paul Snow, CEO Factom, Texas Bitcoin Conference Riccardo Spagni, Monero Nick Spanos, Founder, Bitcoin Center NYC Elizabeth Stark, Co-Founder & CEO, Lightning Marco Streng, CEO, Genesis Mining Nick Sullivan, CEO, ChangeTip Paul Sztorc, Truthcoin Michael Terpin, CEO, Transform Group Peter Todd, Core Developer Joseph Vaughn Perling, New Liberty Dollar Roger Ver, CEO, Memory Dealers / Bitcoin.com Aaron Voisine, CEO, Breadwallet Zooko Wilcox, CEO, Z Cash Shawn Wilkinson, Founder, Storj Micah Winkelspecht, CEO, Gem
Also, representatives from Blockchain, Bain Capital Ventures, Mycelium, Fidelity Investments and others.
submitted by bruce_fenton to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin 2015 so far

I don't know about you guys, but I've noticed that shit in bitcoin-land seems to be moving faster and faster... I browse this sub and a few other communities daily, and I've been making a short note whenever something significant happens. Lots of good, even more bad, probably a lot of stuff that I missed, and plenty of sweet drama :) Here's what I've got for January 2015
(these are not in exact order)
Again, probably lots that I missed, but all in all it's been a pretty balls-to-the-wall last 4 weeks. I don't have time to find references for all of these, but if another redditor wants to do it that would be cool. Here's to another month of madness
tl;dr running out of popcorn, need to buy more.
edit adding in some other items people mentioned below
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A proposal to fix Bitcoin Tax Policy

My name is Joe Colangelo and I am the Executive Director of Consumers’ Research. I coauthored this piece with Erin M. Hawley, tax attorney and professor of law of the University of Missouri. Ever since the IRS released their guidance early in 2014 members of the bitcoin community have generally said things along the lines of “Now, I’m not a tax attorney, but here are my thoughts on the IRS guidance as it regards bitcoin.” Well, Erin is a notable tax attorney who can speak on issues regarding the tax code with authority and expertise.
So far the proposals set forth by the bitcoin community for alleviating the IRS reporting requirements have been unrealistic because they entail one of the following:
Our proposal is novel because it permits the IRS to use existing precedent to treat bitcoin differently when it is used as a currency than when it is used as an investment. Additionally, the IRS does not have to retract their initial guidance, only add a de minimus exemption in addition. This is determined by the amount of capital gains incurred when completing a transaction.
The paper itself may be TLDR for the average casual bitcoin browser so here are three resources for you:
We are hopeful that members of the bitcoin community will highlight the possibility of this IRS modification to their representatives and, with any luck, we can get a few members of congress to author a letter to the IRS suggesting the implementation of the de minimus exemption for cases where bitcoin is used as a currency rather than an investment. Thanks for your support and we look forward to your feedback.
Best, Joe
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This time last year we saw a huge spike. Will we, for the first time, see red in regards to "1 year price"?

Thoughts on the current milestone we are approaching? Between November 3rd and 24th (3 weeks) we saw Bitcoin's value go from ~$211 to ~$1160. Will we see over $1000/coin this time next month? Or will the yearly charts go red for the second time in Bitcoin history? Let us know!
edit used to read first time now reads second time
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5,000 subscribers!

I love you all.
We also have more active members than any given time than the following crypto-related subreddits:
submitted by borderpatrol to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Walmart 40" led $115 I'd available online now!

Sort by price and go to page where prices are $100-120 and there should be a tv at $249(emerson). When you click on it, it will show as $115. Enjoy! I just ordered mine
submitted by maverick1470 to blackfriday [link] [comments]

500 bits zombie

500 bits split on the 3 that gives me the best location (picture and explain why) to be if a zombie apocalypse happens! :) tje bits will not be split equally! :)
Closing at 2200 CET (+1utc) / 2100 UTC
Only 1 comment and location per person! :)
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Is bitcoin exploitative?

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Are "big" tips holding back change tip ?

Is the size of change tip tips holding it back? a beer is $3:50, a pizza $10!that a lot of money to chuck at a stranger, do we need to try and make smaller tips more acceptable? May be not on other subs yet, but here on changetip. I think more people would get involved and tip if they didn't feel obliged to tip like 50 cents or a dollar per tip. Can we make small tips, say 50 bits more common? 50 bits would be around 3 cents but it enables much bigger tipping threads without the person doing the tipping to worry that he was going to spend a fortune doing it, sure if someone rich then that can tip bigger but not everyone rich. At the moment I feel if I started a tipping thread giving out 50 bits I would get some negative comments about it only being 3 cents. Hey look let's try, comment, tell me if you doing anything special this weekend and I will tip you 50 bits.
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The /r/btc China Dispatch: Episode 12 - Recent Rise in Reports of Pro-Core Censorship on the Bikeji Forum Moderated by HaoBTC CEO

The recent gains made by Classic in terms of node count and hash rate in the last two weeks have not gone unnoticed in the Chinese bitcoin community and efforts by nextblast and others to translate critical information, such as the Classic Roadmap and statements by KnC, Brian Armstrong, etc. from English to Chinese have been effective in granting a large number of Chinese users access to the most up-to-date information and analysis regarding the Core-Blockstream Problem which have been propagated through uncompromised and censorship-free Western forums such as /btc, bitcoin.com and bitco.in. Informal polling and the general sentiment on 8btc seems to indicate a diminishing level of patience with Core/Blockstream and obvious pro-Core propaganda and talking points are increasingly called out for being bereft of any real logic. See here and here for examples of this trend. Though I unfortunately don’t have time to cover all of these types of posts with full human translations, those interested in digging further can get the gist of what’s going on using machine translation tools like Google Translate.
What is most interesting, however, is that we are currently seeing the same reaction to this proliferation of information and discussion that we saw several months ago in the English-speaking bitcoin world: that is, certain parties in positions of power within the community have taken it upon themselves to “stem the tide” of anti-Core sentiment using aggressive censorship techniques, including wholesale deletion of threads, bans, and various shenanigans to limit participation and obfuscate community sentiment. Sound familiar? Fortunately, unlike the English speaking community, which has had to endure a painful decentralization process due to censorship of its formerly highly centralized communications channels, the Chinese bitcoin community’s largest and most active forum, 8btc, remains free and uncompromised. Sadly, the same cannot be said for the slightly smaller but still well-trafficked Bikeji, which is moderated by the CEO of HaoBTC, Wu Gang, under the handle XingKong (“Starry Sky”).
Multiple posts have cropped up on 8btc over the last several days detailing wholesale censorship of “problematic” pro-Classic threads on Bikeji (see here for an example), and Wu Gang has gone on record on Bikeji saying “yes, I’m going to throw mud at Classic, come and get me!” (as previously documented on /btc here). Mr. Wu appears to be unapologetically anti-Classic and, in true Theymosian fashion, is willing to use his power to stifle any discussion which does not meet his “quality standards.”
A large number of 8btc users have not surprisingly taken a very dim view of this behavior and many users have actively called out the censorship. One such thread is translated below. It will be interesting to see how this issue plays out over the next week or so, but the parallels to the historical trajectory of the English-speaking community are quite interesting.
Special Addendum: By popular demand, here is a bitcoin address for people who wish to donate to /btc’s translation efforts but do not wish to use changetip: 1GZiWNFDkike5WrkQZdFcqgY5iR3U89YgK. I will use funds in this address, as well as funds donated through changetip, to reward translators who either contribute their translations here or translate important English content into Chinese or other critical foreign languages. I think that the last month has shown that keeping robust and free channels for communication open between the various bitcoin communities is useful in ensuring that blockchain governance and development works as it should and bad information and arguments are driven out by good.
[OP]
Posted by: thesceptic (Crew Member)
Subject: Bikeji is a joke. Not only are they deleting posts, they’re also preventing people from making comments.
Recently the so-called “open platform” known as Bikeji has completely turned into Core’s turf.
Not only are they deleting posts, they’re also not letting anyone with less than 1,200 karma make comments. This is totally unacceptable.
[Response #1]
Posted by: lyf20617 (First Mate)
Agreed. Just stop going there. Let them enjoy their little circle jerk. =D
[Response #2]
Posted by: Little_Wardrobe (Crew Member)
Bikeji - HQ for the Church of Bitcoinology. I think you know what I mean, OP.
[Response #3]
Posted by: DogeCoin-Keeper (Pirate King)
I can’t imagine that a platform that doesn’t stay neutral will be able to live on for much longer.
[Response #4]
Posted by: Small_Bird_Takes_Flight (Crew Member)
Why even bother going there? Not only are they small now they have no freedom of speech. It’s just a matter of time before they look more and more like a wasteland. 8btc has lots of posters and rich resources plus free speech. Nothing like breathing free air.
[Response #5]
Posted by: kcb (Trainee Moderator)
@DogeCoin-Keeper
No wonder everyone on their forum is making posts about how they’re selling off stock in the Bikeji platform.
[Response #6]
Posted by Shuiwuhun (Squad Leader)
This is exactly that same disgraceful way that Core has conducted itself on Reddit. Core and Core shills are an embarrassment to themselves.
[*Response #7]
Posted by thesceptic (Crew Member)
After coming to 8btc I discovered that the direction of public opinion is definitely very different. Looks like I was in the wrong place before.
[Response #8]
Posted by jb9802 (First Mate)
Don’t even bother going there. 8btc is all you need.
[Response #9]
Posted by: DogeCoin-Keeper (Pirate King)
@kcb
I’ve never even been to Bikeji. They really need to step up their PR game, haha.
[Response #10]
Posted by: DogeCoin-Keeper (Pirate King)
@thesceptic
There’s no “direction” here. Use your own judgement to form your own opinions.
[Response #12]
Posted by: sosobtc-Cai_Wenhao (Crew Member)
A platform should always be neutral.
[Response #13]
Posted by: Ma_Ya (Trainee Moderator)
@DogeCoin-Keeper
I was originally attracted over there by @ahr999’s “Nine Gods” program.
Bikeji self-identifies as a higher-end platform.
Not only do you not get any karma for posting comments, it actually subtracts from your karma score and posting @ other users also subtracts from your score. You only get karma added to your score if your post is replied to or someone else posts @ you. Also, any posts that are designated as “Original Content” or “Cream of the Crop” also add to your score and you get an additional 5 karma when you log in every day. Is it really true that they have a new rule that you can’t post until you get 1,200 karma? If that’s the case you have to log in and lurk for 40 days before you can even post! It’s probably just temporary, otherwise that’s pretty cultish behavior.
However, the technical proficiency of the “verified” users on their forums is quite high.
Bikeji has to have its own character, otherwise it’s just like 8btc and won’t be able to complete with 8btc. Therefore they position themselves differently and the two complement each other.
People who want to learn the fundamentals of bitcoin can go to Bikeji.
I post on both forums and both forums fill a need.
[Response #14]
Posted by: coinspay
@Ma_Ya
I heard that Bikeji’s original shares actually have gone up. Since they can be benchmarked to 8btc, with the crowdfunding valuation of 8btc so high the valuation of Bikeji will correspondingly go up a lot. =O
[Response #15]
Posted by: nxttyisgood
@Ma_Ya
I can’t believe what a superiority complex these people have. Crushing these losers and idiots is like crushing ants.
[Response 16]
Posted by DogeCoin-Keeper
@Ma_Ya
If it exists it must have a reason for existing and keeping an eye on both sides is better than only looking at one. That I agree with. However, personally I prefer freedom. If 8btc had too many rules, then I would definitely set up shop elsewhere. I like places that are freer. Though on many forums you will see plenty of trolls and shills, I feel like this is just a normal environment. Though there may be some statements or language that I despise, it is freedom that makes forums attractive to people. What I think is wrong is not necessarily always wrong since I’m not a god. We’re talking a lot of smack about Bikeji here but we might discover in the future that their point of view is correct.
submitted by KoKansei to btc [link] [comments]

Not good signs, IMHO.

So changetip been bought up by airbnb. But they don't seem to interested in the bitcoin part. http://www.coindesk.com/changetip-staff-hired-by-airbnb-bitcoin-micropayments-code-not-purchased/
Dogecoin's tipbot is being kept alive but it's dev is working on other stuff. ( I know but I feel dogecoin used to be a stepping stone for newbies getting their feet wet with crypto currencies before moving on to btc) https://www.reddit.com/dogecoin/comments/3t7iwb/dogetipbot_updates_open_source_status/
Now I know a lot of you don't like changetip and micro tipping in general but for a lot of people it was a introduction into bitcoin, a reason to download a wallet, a reason to investigate and read up on bitcoin, a way to get started. Sure it a little easier now but it used to be far to hard to actually buy some btc and for a new guy looking to see what btc was all about, that first hurdle of actually getting some btc was to hard and I'm sure many gave up at that stage." Tipping gave people a way in.
So here's my concern, if the tipbots are struggling then is this a sign that the number of new people showing a interest in btc and other coins is dropping?
For me, btc was a currency and we used to see many posts on this sub about retailers who took btc, websites were you could spend btc, shops and cafes who took btc, charities that took btc, but there is almost none of that now, the store of value side seemed to get more support, probably as it appealed to the " all we have to do is hodle and we are going to get rich" brigade.
I dunno, the price is rising but to be honest I think the value of btc is very artificial and heavily manipulated by large inverters who see coins as a stock they can manipulate and trade without any regulation.
I just don't get a good feeling about were btc is right now, is the current value stable due Chinese groups using btc as a store of value away from the yen which they can easily take out of the country ? Will it crash to the floor when they start to convert it into £ or $ or € to buy property outside of china ?? Will the sell off be brutal ? I think it probably will be :(
Sorry for the doom and gloom lol! Just the future don't seem to bright right now.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] r/Bitcoin recap - January 2018

The following post by SamWouters is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ Bitcoin/comments/7ui76r
The original post's content was as follows:
Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the thirteenth monthly Bitcoin news recap. I must say it's becoming pretty hard to select just 1 or 2 stories per day, too much is going on!
For those unfamiliar, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in the Bitcoin space over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in January 2018
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How are Australians tipping.

Since Paypal is a dud, I'm looking for another way forward.
What, apart from Paypal, is working for you. Google wallet app isn't available.
It seems pretty hard to buy bitcoin downunder.
edit: I may as well keep this updated for others.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Changetip - OK now how to stock it with a bit or more.
Q: What are QuickBT's limitations?
A: QuickBT can only process 0.003 - 0.2 BTC and 0.1 - 10 LTC per day per confirmed cell phone number. QuickBT also only works for customers in Canada and Australia. QuickBT bills in CAD using INTERAC® Online and in AUD using POLi®.
Google Wallet
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u/Bitcoin_SS, First Bot to Pass Buttcoin Turing Test (Buttring Test?)

Check out u/Bitcoin_SS, a markov chain powered fully Buttsient AI from SubredditSimulator. His top comments are fully indistinguishable from your standard Bitcoin fare.
We still love ya, SnapshillBot, but the new Bot got you on this.
Try to guess which 2 of the next 4 quotes are hu-mans and which are from the u/Bitcoin_SS bot:
"My comments deserve visibility because they contribute to the robustness of the network can sustain greater load in the short term we make small profit of the divestors -- the earlier investors who are then able to pursue judgements etc.. If your goal is to bring bitcoin to the first half of it."
"Many people have complained to CloudFlare about that and it stuck, I dont think the e-money license is really the "lesser of evils" after all..."
"The idea that bitcoin will be completely obsolete years from now, I'd put my money and I will check it out and unfortunately I can see this situation possibly arriving in 5-10 years be worth billions, but I don't think anyone has shown there is risk owning the US stock market of 5% would be acceptable."
"You're really telling me that in a few dozens of seconds or 1 minute" but he has no vested interest in ChangeTip succeeding? This must mean something. why do you buy your Bitcoin with your Bitcoin?"
Answer: Hover here
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How can one spend $5 in bitcoin?

I'd like to make a list of things people can do with a small amount of Bitcoin (say $5 equiv. or less).
Things that came to my mind so far:
Any other ideas?
Update:
submitted by DoUHearThePeopleSing to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin give away

I had this idea in another thread and am wondering what people think so I'm making a new post.
What if Bitcoin give away posts were not about one person giving to many but about many giving to one? It could be fun to choose one video/post/comment/commit (on a platform supported by changetip) outside /bitcoin and overwhelm them with small tips that add up to a reasonable amount worth opening a changetip account for.
It could be anything but I think it would be best if
  1. They are not asking for money and not expecting anything.
  2. They don't already have Bitcoin.
  3. They have some exposure so more outsiders could see what's going on.
  4. We focus all together on a single target.
If you like the idea, please suggest and vote on targets. If there's a clear winner we can try if this works.
Platforms supported by changetip are:
submitted by dskloet to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Help with presenting Bitcoin to my coworkers.

I've been pushing discussing and advocating for Bitcoin adoption to my coworkers for about 18 months. Some have even opened coinbase accounts and purchased some Bitcoin. I always pay for Starbucks when we go out with Bitcoin, I've helped several install wallets and explained at a high level, I installed the changetip bot into our chat client, slack, so we all changetip each other, and I'm a Bitcoin exchange at anytime for the office. I've clearly gotten the message out there, and with the recent events going on in Greece, and some fueled discussions with investment minded coworkers, I've finally been asked to explain the whole Bitcoin thing more formally.
I'm a software engineer at a digital marketing firm. So these are very techy users for sure. Avg age 30 or so. I'd like to split the presentation in two, one part for how and why to use Bitcoin. This would cover security, spending, buying, changetip, some places to spend online, ETA. The second part would be the engineering and economics side. I'd like to cover how and why it works. This I think would be particularly interesting to the hardcore engineers and U.S. Stock market investing crowd.
Are there some slideshows, YouTube vids, notes, etc? I've pointed everyone to some of my fav vids but they either lack the attention span and passion to watch them, or they need some good feedback. Personally, I'm a crypto expert at this point and am comfortable discussing all aspects. I think that puts me at a disadvantage though. I don't remember what it felt like to be new at this. Point me to some good noob presentation materials if you could. Thanks. :)
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/r/Bitcoin Drilldown June 2014

/Bitcoin Drilldown

Of 4270 Users Found:
Subreddit Overlapping users
/BitcoinMarkets 648
/dogecoin 516
/litecoin 197
/CryptoCurrency 182
/DRKCoin 143
/Anarcho_Capitalism 111
/gameofthrones 109
/Buttcoin 102
/Android 99
/BitcoinMining 99
/programming 93
/trees 91
/Libertarian 79
/conspiracy 78
/BitcoinBeginners 74
/pcmasterrace 70
/Games 68
/leagueoflegends 68
/cringepics 67
/vertcoin 67
/linux 67
/apple 66
/Economics 56
/litecoinmining 53
/ethereum 50
/investing 50
/changemyview 49
/soccer 46
/DarkNetMarkets 46
/CryptoMarkets 44
/sysadmin 44
/Jobs4Bitcoins 42
/dogemarket 42
/blackcoin 42
/Drugs 42
/nba 41
/reactiongifs 41
/BitcoinSerious 41
/Minecraft 39
/tech 39
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/woahdude 33
/malefashionadvice 33
/SubredditDrama 33
/MMA 33
/netsec 33
/4chan 32
/webdev 31
/BitcoinUK 30
/talesfromtechsupport 30
/canada 30
/AskMen 29
/asoiaf 29
/starcitizen 29
/changetip 28
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/reddCoin 28
/BitMarket 28
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/MensRights 28
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/photography 27
/peercoin 27
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/nyc 20
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/myriadcoin 20
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/Bad_Cop_No_Donut 20
/scifi 20
/pcgaming 20
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/Ripple 19
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/toronto 19
/magicTCG 19
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/polandball 18
/YouShouldKnow 18
/ImGoingToHellForThis 18
/google 18
/MorbidReality 18
/HistoryPorn 18
/Silverbugs 18
/mtgoxinsolvency 18
/anime 18
/techsupport 18
/britishproblems 17
/spacex 17
/bicycling 17
/BitcoinCA 17
/truegaming 17
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/interestingasfuck 14
/whatisthisthing 14
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/progun 14
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