The Origins of Bitcoin


A graphical visualization of the first transactions on the bitcoin network.

Each dot is a bitcoin address (“Hello!” when it appears). There is a line between dots when there is a transaction between them (“Transfer”). The size of the dots represent the amount of “influence” that address has (PageRank). It is sized relative to the probability that a bitcoin will end up in that address given the transactions that have been seen.

It is approximately the first 1000 transactions starting at block 0.

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Title of work: The Origins of Bitcoin
Attribute work to name: Donald J. Patterson, Laboratory for Ubiquitous Computing and Interaction
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