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Absurd stories about Bitcoin

Fiction and nonfiction stories that show how Bitcoin can overcome all absurdities. [Inspired by this post](http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1lnk12/how_bitcoins_saved_my_life_long_some_nsfw/)
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This is what just happened with Bitcoin. How long do you think the next layer of weak hands willing to sell under 14k will last?

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This is what just happened with Bitcoin. How long do you think the next layer of weak hands willing to sell under 14k will last? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Crypto Gainers August 6: ZIL, ZCash, Bitcoin. How Long it Holds?

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Scaling Bitcoin: How long will it take to scale Bitcoin from 1MB to 8MB blocksizes without losing any full-nodes?

One of the major arguments made by those against on-chain scaling solutions is that increasing block sizes leads to a reduction in the number of full-nodes, making the network more centralized.
According to a paper on block size increase[1] by the BitFury group published in August 2015, the following factors contribute to limiting the number of full-nodes in the Bitcoin network:

Comparision of 1MB vs. 8MB blocksize*

* Assuming full blocks
Charecteristc 1 MB 8 MB
Storage per year (in GB) 51 411
Average bandwidth (in kB/s) 148 1148
Daily traffic (in GB) 12.4 99.2
RAM usage (in GB) 4 32
They used a Steam hardware & software survey[2] to estimate how much of a reduction in the number of full-nodes can be expected if blocksizes jumped from 1MB to 8MB and, according to the paper, it was a 90% reduction.
However, blocksizes wouldn't just jump from 1MB to 8MB immediately, the increase would be gradual. It took Bitcoin 8 years to fill a 1MB block size limit, it would take a few years at least before 8MB blocks start becoming full.
So, now, the question is how long will it be before Bitcoin can scale from 1MB to 8MB size blocks with zero full-node loss?
This can be answered by using some data from the paper, the Steam survey, Nielsen's Law[3], and Moore's Law[4].
Conidering each of the points separately:
Blockchain storage
It will take and additional 411 GB storage per year to store the blockchain. Accoring to the Steam survey, a majority of users already have total storage greater than 1 TB, which means that most average users have the capacity to run a full-node with full 8MB blocks for at least an additional 1.5 years before they have to get extra storage.
If we follow Moore's Law, the average user is going to have 2TB storage in 1.5 years anyway. And the average user can be expected to have 10TB storage in 5 years time and 110TB in 10 years time. Storage is very very unlikely to be an issue with 8MB blocks.
Anyway, for zero full-node loss, following Moore's law, a person who can store 51 GB per year now can store 411 GB per year with no additional cost in 4.5 years. As long as the increase from 1MB to 8MB takes takes less than 4.5 years, there should be no reduction in full-nodes due to storage costs.
Average bandwith
How long does it take for average bandwidth to go from 148 kB/s (for 1 MB blocks) to 1148 kB/s (for 8 MB blocks)?
According to Nielsen's Law, that should take about 5 years.
However, one should note that the global average bandwith is already around 1 MB/s. Which means that most users can already run a 8MB full-node with all full blocks now without bandwidth being a constraint.
Traffic per day
How long does it take for us to go from 12.4 GB dailly (for 1 MB blocks) to 99.6 GB daily (for 8 MB blocks)
Following Nielesen's Law, again 5 years. A person who can download 12.4 GB daily at present can download 99.6 GB per day in 5 years with no incease in cost.
RAM usage
The average system RAM according to the Steam survey is 8 GB presently. For 32 GB RAMs to be common, it should take about 3 years, following Moore's Law.

Conclusion

The hardware required to run a full-node with full 8MB nodes will cost the same in 5 years time as it does to run the hardware required to run a full-node with 1MB blocks now.
Or, as long as we don't start seeing full 8MB blocks before 5 years, the increase in blocksize limit should result in no significant loss in the number of full-nodes in Moore's Law and Nielsen's Law holds true.
The network traffic per day would be the major constraint that may reduce the number of total nodes, and not storage or RAM usage.
Sources:
[1] Block Size Incease, BitFury Group, http://diyhpl.us/%7Ebryan/papers2/bitcoin/bitfury-report-on-block-size-increase.pdf
[2] Steam Hardware & Software Survey: October 2017, http://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey/?platform=pc
[3] Nielsen's Law of Internet Bandwidth, Jakob Nielsen, https://www.nngroup.com/articles/law-of-bandwidth/
[4] Moore's Law, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore's_law
PS: Please feel free to correct me if there are any errors in the data presented or if I have made any incorrect assumptions.:)
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Scaling Bitcoin: How long will it take to scale Bitcoin from 1MB to 8MB blocksizes without losing any full-nodes?

One of the major arguments made by those against on-chain scaling solutions is that increasing block sizes leads to a reduction in the number of full-nodes, making the network more centralized.
According to a paper on block size increase[1] by the BitFury group published in August 2015, the following factors contribute to limiting the number of full-nodes in the Bitcoin network:

Comparision of 1MB vs. 8MB blocksize*

* Assuming full blocks
Charecteristc 1 MB 8 MB
Storage per year (in GB) 51 411
Average bandwidth (in kB/s) 148 1148
Daily traffic (in GB) 12.4 99.2
RAM usage (in GB) 4 32
They used a Steam hardware & software survey[2] to estimate how much of a reduction in the number of full-nodes can be expected if blocksizes jumped from 1MB to 8MB and, according to the paper, it was a 90% reduction.
However, blocksizes wouldn't just jump from 1MB to 8MB immediately, the increase would be gradual. It took Bitcoin 8 years to fill a 1MB block size limit, it would take a few years at least before 8MB blocks start becoming full.
So, now, the question is how long will it be before Bitcoin can scale from 1MB to 8MB size blocks with zero full-node loss?
This can be answered by using some data from the paper, the Steam survey, Nielsen's Law[3], and Moore's Law[4].
Conidering each of the points separately:
Blockchain storage
It will take and additional 411 GB storage per year to store the blockchain. Accoring to the Steam survey, a majority of users already have total storage greater than 1 TB, which means that most average users have the capacity to run a full-node with full 8MB blocks for at least an additional 1.5 years before they have to get extra storage.
If we follow Moore's Law, the average user is going to have 2TB storage in 1.5 years anyway. And the average user can be expected to have 10TB storage in 5 years time and 110TB in 10 years time. Storage is very very unlikely to be an issue with 8MB blocks.
Anyway, for zero full-node loss, following Moore's law, a person who can store 51 GB per year now can store 411 GB per year with no additional cost in 4.5 years. As long as the increase from 1MB to 8MB takes takes less than 4.5 years, there should be no reduction in full-nodes due to storage costs.
Average bandwith
How long does it take for average bandwidth to go from 148 kB/s (for 1 MB blocks) to 1148 kB/s (for 8 MB blocks)?
According to Nielsen's Law, that should take about 5 years.
However, one should note that the global average bandwith is already around 1 MB/s. Which means that most users can already run a 8MB full-node with all full blocks now without bandwidth being a constraint.
Traffic per day
How long does it take for us to go from 12.4 GB dailly (for 1 MB blocks) to 99.6 GB daily (for 8 MB blocks)
Following Nielesen's Law, again 5 years. A person who can download 12.4 GB daily at present can download 99.6 GB per day in 5 years with no incease in cost.
RAM usage
The average system RAM according to the Steam survey is 8 GB presently. For 32 GB RAMs to be common, it should take about 3 years, following Moore's Law.

Conclusion

The hardware required to run a full-node with full 8MB blocks will cost the same in 5 years time as it does to run the hardware required to run a full-node with full 1MB blocks now.
Or, as long as we don't start seeing full 8MB blocks before 5 years, the increase in blocksize limit should result in no significant loss in the number of full-nodes in Moore's Law and Nielsen's Law holds true.
The network traffic per day would be the major constraint that may reduce the number of total nodes, and not storage or RAM usage.
Sources:
[1] Block Size Incease, BitFury Group, http://diyhpl.us/%7Ebryan/papers2/bitcoin/bitfury-report-on-block-size-increase.pdf
[2] Steam Hardware & Software Survey: October 2017, http://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey/?platform=pc
[3] Nielsen's Law of Internet Bandwidth, Jakob Nielsen, https://www.nngroup.com/articles/law-of-bandwidth/
[4] Moore's Law, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore's_law
PS: Please feel free to correct me if there are any errors in the data presented or if I have made any incorrect assumptions.:)
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Scaling Bitcoin: How long will it take to scale Bitcoin from 1MB to 8MB blocksizes without losing any full-nodes?

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What is the shelf life of Bitcoin? How long can it last?

Is now a good time to get out?
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If I were to set my laptop to mine bitcoin, how long would it take to make $1?

Disclaimer: I am well aware that mining with one laptop yields a negligible amount of money. I do not plan to mine bitcoin. My buddy and I were talking about bitcoin and the question came up. I don't want answers like "Long." Yeah no shit it would take long, I'm asking for an estimated number.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long before Trump claims BTC's growth is because of him?

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Any wagers?
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long can a transaction remain unconfirmed before it is lost forever?

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What happens long term to a transaction that just won't confirm?
Mines been nearly 3 days so far (receiving from exchange so I had no fee control)
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long will this madness goes on? BCH raise and BTC fall

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Guys, I'm BTC hodler here. But Miner and investor switching to BCH and making BTC price fall is quite disappointing. I wonder will the miner switch back to mine BTC soon as BCH difficulty are changing soon? Welcome to discuss here guys.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long will this bear market last?

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The previous bear market lasted almost one year and a half... Thinking about it.. This might take a long time to recover
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long do you plan on HODLing your Bitcoin? What are your goals?

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Papa John's franchisee accepting Bitcoin. How long until all Papa John's do?

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long is Coinbase going to support an actual ponzi/pump & dump coin?

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1 OKEx BCH/BTC $1,101,730,000 $1,312.26 50.24% Recently
2 Upbit BCC/KRW $189,521,000 $1,339.55 8.64% Recently
3 Bitfinex BCH/USD $102,705,000 $1,315.50 4.68% Recently
4 Bithumb BCH/KRW $101,399,000 $1,347.32 4.62% Recently
5 HitBTC BCH/BTC $94,627,200 $1,311.47 4.31% Recently
6 OKEx BCH/USDT $87,914,700 $1,312.13 4.01% Recently
7 Huobi BCH/USDT $45,536,200 $1,286.76 2.08% Recently
8 GDAX BCH/USD $40,239,800 $1,277.96 1.83% Recently
9 Bitfinex BCH/BTC $39,817,600 $1,309.87 1.82% Recently
10 Coinone BCH/KRW $36,211,200 $1,355.08 1.65% Recently
If this is not any more obvious of a coordinated pump and dump (of BTC to BCH in a very convenient marketplace for Roger and his friends) to keep the price attractive while Roger Ver appears on Alex Jones today ...
In light of the recent SEC and CTFC hearings I wonder if there is anywhere we can report something like this now as well as the December 2017 day 1 Coinbase/GDAX launch debacle.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long until ethereum overtakes bitcoin in market cap?

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long until....

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All of the bcashers realize it sucks and trade it for bitcoin?
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long until Bitcoin falls to #2 spot?

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I give it 2 more months, predictions everyone?
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How long is a bitcoin transaction on coinbase supposed to take? It's been pending for 30 minutes

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What's going on with bitcoin? How long is the downward trend going to last? /r/Bitcoin

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