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January 21st, 2018

@JoeSaint4 Geometric. I think arithmetric would end up being several percent per day.

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@newcoineconomy For 2018 thus far the average daily value change is -0.85%

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Bitcoin average DAILY value change:
2010: +0.82%
2011: +0.76%
2012: +0.26%
2013: +1.11%
2014: -0.25%
2015: +0.09%
2016: +0.22%
2017: +0.71%

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@iamabitcorn That’s because a lot of segwit UTXO consolidation transactions that were waiting in the mempool for a..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Ji

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@MaartenTutak @Raspberry_Pi I’m pretty sure that dbcache is the “global” max of which the other memory configs are a subset.

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@Benjamin_BTC At the moment, though in the future this will likely be outsourceable to third parties if you wish.

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@postmattern Then the system sleeps until they come back.

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Cypherpunks know that software can’t be destroyed and that a widely dispersed system can’t be shut down. Cypherpunk..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…FU

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@base68 @Raspberry_Pi This assumes using microSD storage but should be helpful regardless medium.com/@meeDamian/bit…

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@asidealex @Raspberry_Pi This is true, yet I’ve never had data corruption on SSDs running nodes. Other folks I’ve s..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…RH

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@cryptoglyph @Raspberry_Pi Not required but they’re pretty cheap these days; I think the huge performance gain is w..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…eI

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If you’re going to run a Bitcoin node on a @Raspberry_Pi, I advise against using a microSD card for the data storag..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…oM

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BitGo The first 2MB bitcoin blocks were mined this weekend (see block 505253 blockchain.info/block-height/5… - 2.217 MB). These r..twitter.com/i/web/status/9…Nm

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