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Андрей Россия 46.146.38.* (12 августа 2018 | 23:11)
При переводе на карту возникли трудности, банк отвергал платеж. Обратился в поддержку, в течение 15 минут вопрос был решен, перевели на другую мою карту. Оперативная техподдержка, удобный сервис, спасибо за вашу работу!!!
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Все супер как и всегда
As of this writing, about 8. And while the last several months have each seen more than 1 million bitcoins move into P2SH, this still does not tell the whole story because that is per month and not per day, which we are observing e. Payment processors collectively would account for 2. The largest one right occurring right now is Factom. Over the past three weeks approximately 2, transactions containing 1, bitcoins have been sent to the fundraising address ; or about transactions per day. Now lets assume the international payments and remittance market is at least the same size as the merchant economy it may be lower, based on anecdotally having talked to about 10 different exchanges overseas the past couple of months ; so that is about another 5, bitcoins per day or 2. That means that we are still missing around 80, bitcoins per day if not more. And based on address clusters at WalletExplorer , a large portion appears to come from movement in between exchanges and hosted wallets, as well as gambling services and darknet markets. Recall that at its height in the spring and summer of , nearly half of all transaction volume on the Bitcoin network were related to SatoshiDice. Over the past two years, since May 13, , there have been , bitcoins worth of wagers at Primedice, or roughly 1, bitcoins per day. The chart above visualizes the activity on Primedice since January 1, — April 18, Based on this cluser, there is is roughly as much transactional volume passing through Primedice as BitPay does each day. Left unaffected were several of the larger DNMs, including Agora, Evolution and Andromeda, each of which actively sell illicit wares denominated in bitcoin. Evolution, as noted above, suffered a large theft which will be looked at below. Last week we looked at some charts from Coinalytics in relation to BitPay. Coinalytics specializes in building data intelligence tools to analyze activities on the blockchain. Using labels from WalletExplorer. Thus, there may be a similar margin of error for the following data. The chart above visualizes the time period between January 16, — March 18, The average number of transactions per day was 1, and average bitcoins per day was However, as shown in the chart above it was not until the fall of that Evolution hit its stride. For the six months between September 18, — March 18, saw traction. During this time frame they processed 2, transactions and 1, bitcoins per day. Another way of looking at that same trend is the comparison above: The time frame above is between January 16, — March 18, Why is this important when looking at economic activity and flows of funds? In an exchange with Amor Sexton , an Australian attorney that represents cryptocurrency companies, she noted that:. It seems like the preferred legal approach in many jurisdictions is that bitcoin is a form of digital property, and not money. This means that bitcoin would lack the negotiability of money. It is an important distinction in light of the concerns about the volume of fraud and theft. If the statistics are correct, a significant amount of people may not have good title to the bitcoin that they hold. Of course, this is all theoretical, as it is arguably nearly impossible to prove title to bitcoin and satisfy the nemo dat principle. For example, as Pamela Morgan points out, when you build a website, you get a default font without needing to specify any font. If you want to change the font, you need to write code to change it. The law has default positions that are implied into every situation. To change the default position, you have to actively create a new position that takes precedence over the default position. The default position for property and bitcoin if it is deemed property is that the nemo dat rule applies. The only thing that can fix it is by creating a new default position — either by law declaring bitcoin to have the same negotiability as fiat currency or by private agreement. Nemo dat short for nemo dat quod non habet boils down to clean titles. If you buy property from someone who does not have ownership right of the property, then the new purchaser does not have a legitimate title to this property e. Bitcoin is not currency in digital or virtual form. Rather, Bitcoin is virtually, or almost, currency. Why is this important? Currency can be thought of as property imbued, by the sovereign, with a special power. Specifically, the legal tender status of currency allows it to be transferred free and clear of, rather than subject to, all claims and defenses. In other words, currency is the only unconditional exception to nemo dat quod non habe t, or the general rule that one can never transfer a better interest than one has. If Bitcoin is not currency and does not fit within one of the statutory exceptions to nemo dat , nemo dat applies. At this point in the conversation, the issue of fungibility inevitably comes up. Indeed, given the high volume of fraud and default in the bitcoin network, chances are most bitcoins have competing claims over them by now. Put another way, there are probably more people with legitimate claims over bitcoins than there are bitcoins. And if they can prove the trail, they can make a legal case for reclamation. This contrasts considerably with government cash. To the contrary, anyone who acquires cash starts off with a clean slate as far as previous claims are concerned. It is assumed, basically, that previous claims on cash are untraceable throughout the system. Though, liens it must be stressed can still be exercised over bank accounts or people. According to Fogg there is currently only one way to mitigate this sort of outstanding bitcoin claim risk in the eyes of US law. Rather than treating cryptocurrency as a general intangible, Fogg argues, investors could transform bitcoins into financial assets in line with Article 8 of the UCC. By doing this bitcoins would be absolved from their cumbersome claim history. US law seems pretty clear when it comes to property. However that is a topic for a different post. As the Bitcoinland flow chart above showed, over the past six-and-nearly-a-half years, a visible division can now been seen between a KYC economy and non-KYC economy. And while readers will likely find different parts of interest, to me a few of the takeaways are:. Bitcoin and most other cryptocurrencies today, were intentionally designed not to interface with the current financial infrastructure. Satoshi Nakamoto purposefully designed the network so that on-chain activity would route around trusted third parties and this came at a capital intensive cost e. The decentralized, pseudonymous nature of these networks are a dual-edged sword: It will be interesting to look again at how this flow chart evolves over the coming years. Future researchers may also be interested in breaking down the energy costs for maintaining each segment or bucket in the flows above. If this is the case, is there a way to determine how much energy is being consumed to transfer and secure: One constraint to consider too for this research is that if it somehow becomes cheaper to secure the network, it is also cheaper to attack the network — and this can impact both currency and non-currency applications of the network. Two days ago BitPay, the largest payment processor in the cryptocurrency space, published a new infographic filled with a number of new stats. This number is dropping as adoption increases and Bitcoin moves from an investment commodity to a payment method. At best that is just a guess. While it is neat that BitPay is one of a very few companies in this space willing to publicly release some numbers, we cannot determine what the actual cause for this trend with the available information. Correlation drop in prices or average order value does not mean the real cause is payment adoption. According to Jonathan Levin, head of business development at Chainalysis:. The fall in the average order value seems likely to be attributed to the increase in difficulty and the fall in the number of home miners. Unless they publish weekly or monthly bar charts which they used to , or what merchants are their largest by volume each week, it is unclear what could be skewing that number e. For instance, in December , the chart below was published on the official BitPay blog it has since been removed:. The spike in transactions during November is probably related to two things:. Above is the last known public chart of BitPay transaction volume. The dates on the chart corresponds with April — March and the image comes from the Cryptolina conference held in August Although the quality is a little fuzzy, transaction volume appears to have reached around 70, in March Yet as we shall see, in terms of fiat transaction equivalent, there is less than half as much today as there was last year. The chart above is part of the original BitPay infographic released on Wednesday. In terms of transaction volume , bitcoin mining alone accounts for the next 4 largest segments combined. For those who believe this will change in the future, recall that if mining somehow becomes cheaper then it is also cheaper to attack the network. So as long as there are rents to be extracted, miners will continue to fight for and bid up the slivers of seigniorage up to where the marginal cost eventually reaches the marginal value of the token; and that translates into continuous streams of mining revenue not necessarily economic profit that are converted into fiat to pay for land, labor, taxes and electricity. Furthemore, because bitcoin mining is not on the top 5 list of in terms of number of transactions this likely means that the miners that do use BitPay likely sell large blocks and are therefore large manufacturers or farms or both and of those miners, most probably come from large entities such as BFL and KnC paying their utility bills. The second chart to the right states that gift cards as a class represent the lion share for number of transactions processed. This is actually kind of humorous and unhumorous. What this means is that the majority of BitPay users and probably bitcoin users in general are not doing economic calculation in BTC the unit of account but instead some kind of fiat. And to do so, they are going through a Rube Goldberg-like process to convert bitcoins into fiat-based utility. What are other motivations? Some users, based on social media posts, claim to do this in order to reduce identification KYC paper trails so taxes will not have to be declared and sometimes to take part in illicit trade e. The second largest payment processor is Coinbase. So I think that is largely a myth. Perhaps those volumes will change, but according to the chart above, that does not appear to be the case. And as discussed in Slicing Data , the noticeable pattern of higher activity on weekdays versus the weekend is apparent irrespective of holidays with Coinbase too. However, as Jonathan Levin, has pointed out, it is not clear from these numbers alone are or what they refer to: Coinbase user to user, user to merchant, and possible user wallet to user vault? BitPay has three tiers of customer pricing. They claim that there are no transaction fees at all. While they probably do sign up customers on their 2nd and 3rd tier, it is unclear how much. Speculatively it may not be very much due to the low transaction volumes overall e. As discussed on Twitter, their burn rate on labor — as in almost all startups — is most certainly higher than the revenue they generate. How do we know this? Again, why would Demandware pay more for a SaaS subscription than they generate via revenue? I contacted Fabio Federici, co-founder of Coinalytics which specializes in building data intelligence tools to analyze activities on the blockchain. Using data from WalletExplorer. The time frame for the chart above takes place between July 2, and April 13, The chart visualizes the Daily Number of Transactions. The green line is the important line as it represents the incoming transaction amount that BitPay receives each day. It shows that aside from a brief outlier in the winter of , volume has remained relatively flat at around 1, — 1, transactions per day for the past 15 months. The time frame for the log chart above is slightly shorter, between January 1, and February 28, there is a strange drop starting in March that is likely a problem with the clustering heuristic, so it was removed. The chart visualizes the Daily Volume of bitcoin that BitPay receives. The green line is the important line as it represents the aggregate of how many bitcoins BitPay received each day. While there are some days where the total reaches to 8, or even 9, bitcoins, these are outliers. Conversely some slower days reach around bitcoins per day. On average, between January 1, and February 28, , the daily amount is 1, bitcoins. One explanation for the discrepancy is that there is a large incoming transaction of 28, bitcoins on March 25, which skews the average in the first date range. It the same day that the Cyprus international bailout was announced. Looking at some other charts, at around that date roughly 52,, bitcoin days were destroyed BDD and total output volume TOV was around 4 million which is about 4x higher than today. During this time frame fees to miners were also about 3x-4x higher than they are today. And on this specific day, bitcoins in fees were sent to miners, the fifth highest total ever. The log chart above visualizes the daily number of transactions for BitPay between January 1, and February 28, The interesting phenomenon is the flip that occurred in the fall of Whereas previously the number of outgoing transactions exceeded the internally held coins, in late September this appears to have changed. It is unclear what the reason s for this is. Perhaps more merchants decided to keep coins instead of exchanging for fiat. Or perhaps due to the continued price decline, BitPay had to hold more coins on their balance sheet due to the inability to liquidate merchant requests fast enough e. Other noticeable phenomenon on the green line above include a rapid run-up during the collapse of Mt. Why are there recognizable patterns for the green line in all of the charts? Again, since the bulk of payments are related to mining, it is likely that miners sell blocks on a regular basis. Denominated in USD, when paired up with bitcoin volume between February and February , the plot would likely look like a left-modal bell curve. In terms of payments the competitive landscape for Bitcoinland is not just other cryptocurrencies but also incumbent payment providers and tech companies such as Google, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft the latter has been collecting money transmitter licenses , each of which has launched or is planning to launch an integrated payments system. Startups such as Venmo and Square, both of which were launched the same year as Bitcoin, have seen some actual traction. When mining payments are removed, Bitcoin, as an above-board economy, appears to generate less in return than the venture capital funds have gone into it so far. Perhaps this will change as more of the capital is deployed but it may be the case that Bitcoinland cannot securely grow exponentially as the bullish narrative envisions while maintaining a fixed amount of outputs. As bitcoin becomes a more established technology, we expect to see more consumers using it. 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