How many users use this forum?
What is the total number of posts on this forum?
23000 questions + 33000 answers = 59000+ post
What is the total number of topics discussed on this forum?
I think post and topics are the same things, unless you are talking about the comments ?
Here is where you can see the data: https://data.stackexchange.com/ (...
I just stumbled across some additional text that could be changed for better clarity:
An Eth-related question was posted on Bitcoin.SE.com, and then migrated to Ethereum.SE.com. If you follow the link to the (now migrated) question, it includes this text:
This question came from our site for Bitcoin crypto-currency enthusiasts.
Here is a screenshot of ...
Are questions about other crypto-currencies on-topic?
Not any more.
Since about 1st July 2019 the scope has been narrowed to Bitcoin only.
Proposed Timeline for Scope Change
Proposal: Narrow topic of Bitcoin.Stackexchange to questions applicable to Bitcoin
thank you for your question. As Glorfindel already explained, that sort of content does not fit our scope. However, I'd like to suggest another online community that might fit better: reddit.com/r/bitcoin has 1.4m subscribers and allows this sort of survey. You may also want to check out reddit.com/r/bitcoinmarkets!
Thank you for asking about this first instead of just posting it, as most people did in the past. Unfortunately, your question is off-topic and could even be considered spam. Here are some relevant references on Meta Stack Exchange:
Is it allowed to ask developers to complete a scientific survey on Stack Overflow?
Are research survey questionnaires spam on ...
Pieter said it well: "sufficiently generic things should probably remain on topic here anyway". Other answers on that discussion appear to also endorse general cryptocurrency/blockchain questions.
From what I understand, the main frustration was with being the kitchen sink for all the hyperspecific, lazily written, or obscure altcoin questions that hardly ...
I just noticed that we have multi-sig, multi-sig-address, and multi-sig-transaction and was starting to write a meta post to suggest that we combine them into a single tag. Then this topic by past-Murch popped up as a potential duplicate. 😂
It looks like past-Murch and me agree already. Could y'all please upvote this answer if you're in support of merging ...
Doing a quick search, there are a lot of questions from users that are likely victims of this sort of scam. However, given the fact that this scam preys on uninformed users, pretty much all of the question posts frame the actual problem poorly. In many cases, you have to sort of read-between-the-lines to realize OP is a scam victim.
So I think a good ...