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30 minutes ago, T8493 said:

There are more Ripple validators than Ripple nodes?

I renamed it ..

Active nodes and known validators..

nodes (Number of rippled servers in the topology.)

validators (Number of known validators)


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5 hours ago, rippleric said:

Can you also add an inflection point counter / accounts created ;) should occur when around 300k - 350k accounts are created on RCL!

Good question :) How did you count that?

To find inflection point I need a function, to find function I need to use some method of interpolation, as I have only data set: date/activated accounts.

Which method did you use? Gaussian process regression? Do you have a model in Excel? It would save me some time :)

If you tell me how you counted it, I can probably automate that :)

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3 hours ago, Warbler said:

Basically by given data set I already can find inflection points if they already occurred, but to predict a new one, I still need a function.

Ask @cmbartley maybe he has a formula for that, or maybe he based it on previous adoption of bitcoin and other blockchains like Ethereum, you could analyze those blockchains / accounts created etc to come up with a function maybe? I'm not exactly sure what that would look like. He made a post about it here too... It was 380k accounts



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You know I'd love to see (and would make myself if I had the technical know-how) a simple chart with XRP plotted against USD and BTC (etc) over time, nicely colour-coordinated. Then also over time lines showing accounts created, XRP destroyed, etc. So it's all in one place, one handy Ripple chart. I'd definitely donate BIG WONGA for something like that!

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5 minutes ago, Warbler said:

I can added other metrics to the same chart @rippledigital :)

That'd be amazing. I created a thread way back that I just reopened, with chart/metrics ideas:

It's the idea of having all the lines at once (maybe you can tick on/off?) so you can check for correlations and just see everything visually rather than scrolling through numbers.

Happy to donate a few bucks!

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