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Disclaimer: I'm obviously biased due to my long-term involvement in Bitcoin. I am in favor of narrowing the scope, and based on comments and close votes by some of the more active contributors here, I believe there is sufficient mass for this. My reasoning is that people come to the Bitcoin stackexchange for questions on Bitcoin, and (mostly) low-quality ...


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I agree that we should narrow the scope of Bitcoin.SE. If you look through questions that are tagged as altcoins, you'll notice that many are left unanswered, and many are also fairly low quality questions. I would suggest that we don't narrow down the topic too far. I think we could take an approach similar to what Bitcointalk.org does - to also allow ...


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How many users use this forum? 72000+ 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/ (...


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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 ...


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How do we remove the hostility and radio silence for cryptocurrencies which are not bitcoin on this site? The answer to that is not new: to change this, we'd need more contributors taking an active interest in these topics. It seems this sites scope is currently about all crypto currencies. If this is the case, is it possible to open the minds of the ...


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There are stack exchanges sites such as ethereum.SE.com, which have a scope that is restricted to Ethereum. There are some other altcoins that have sites in Area 51 as well. The Bitcoin.SE.com site includes altcoins, because at first it was the only cryptocurrency SE site, and so of course it would make sense to allow altcoin questions. Now, years later, ...


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Are questions about other crypto-currencies on-topic? Not any more. Since about 1st July 2019 the scope has been narrowed to Bitcoin only. See Proposed Timeline for Scope Change Proposal: Narrow topic of Bitcoin.Stackexchange to questions applicable to Bitcoin


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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 ...


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The nearest we have to this (that I can easily find) is How can I buy Bitcoin via a Credit Card or Paypal? Problems: The Q is horribly dated, it talks enthusiastically about MtGox and seeks answers for MtGox. There are 28 answers. I have no idea whether the services mentioned in various answers are still useful or have gone out of business. This question ...


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