Bitcoin, the most expensive "pay to win" idle game
Gameplay of Bitcoin:
Every 10 minutes the world is threatened by a vicious monster (block) that needs to be eradicated (solve).
Players (miners) participate simultaneously in an effort to kill (solve) the monster (block).
Players can gathered in guilds (pools) to increase their chances to win and be reworded (bitcoin), because only the luckiest player or guild gets the loot.
The game plays itself, with no effort from the player. He only has to share his damage per second (hashrate), if he wants to save the world and be rewarded.
The first monsters (blocks) were very easy to kill (solve) gaining lots of points (bitcoin). But over time, the reward is halved several times and the health points (difficulty) of monsters (blocks) are increasing, making the loot reward (bitcoin) harder and harder to obtain. In this situation, the player is forced to spend it's points (bitcoin) on upgrades and consumables in order to increase the damage per second (hashrate) he inflicts, resulting in greater chances of reward. Game mechanics: The difficulty of the game increases with the players (miners) advancement in the game world. The monsters (blocks) health points (difficulty) are determined by the gathered amount of damage per second (hashrate) of all participating payers. The more damage per second (hashrate) exist in the world, the harder the game becomes. As the game gains in popularity and difficulty, players (miners) can buy special packs (ASIC miners) to help them inflict greater DPS (hashrate) for a short period of time and increase their chances of loot (bitcoin).More powerful and more expensive packs (ASIC miners) are developed constantly, so players (miners) can boost their DPS (hashrate), at the same time increasing the game difficulty for the rest of the player base, forcing them to adopt the same strategy. There are independent entities (nodes) that monitor the loot (bitcoin) of everyone participating, so they can't cheat. Players can buy, sale, trade the points they gather, to anyone how want to buy them.
Block 459710, found by the NastyPool P2Pool node, marked P2Pool's 2,295th block found.
P2Pool has been running continuously with 0 downtime since August 2011. To the best of my knowledge its the only pool to have zero downtime since inception.
P2Pool has paid 15,711 unique addresses a total of 77,222.22 BTC for shares found.
In 2015 P2Pool had only 1 orphan block, in 2016 we had zero, and there have been none in 2017 so far, making P2Pool indisputably the pool with the lowest orphan rate.
Our luckiest block (since I've been collecting luck data ~early 2014) was block 329431 found in November 2014 with 180,136.66% luck, found just 30 seconds after p2pool found the previous block (329430).
Our un-luckiest block was 344101 found in February 2015 with 13.24% luck.
17 miners participated in finding our first block 142312 on 8-23-2011. (edit: 1 miner has not yet spent the reward)
554 miners had a valid share in block 236962 on 5-19-2013, the most miners ever paid by P2Pool.
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