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I'm offering a 0.035 to 0.1 BCH prize for the best infographic or chart showing the link between the Bitcoin Dominance index and Bitcoin fees

Unsurprisingly, the Bitcoin Dominance Index (BDI) tends to fall during periods of high BTC transaction fees. That is, when it is expensive to send BTC, money tends to flow to altcoins in which transaction fees are cheaper. You can get a rough picture of this by opening these two charts and setting the X axis to be the same on each:
https://coinmarketcap.com/charts/#dominance-percentage
https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/bitcoin-transactionfees.html
The fact that this relationship exists indicates that the markets are not accurately valuing each blockchain's potential capacity -- that is, the propensity of BTC to get congested more easily than ETH, XRP, BCH, LTC, etc is not being priced in until congestion actually occurs. As a non-trading cryptocurrency user, I would rather that the markets were less dumb and myopic about this, so I am commissioning a good graphic to help educate the poor ignorant masses of day-traders.
It would be much better if (1) we could have both datasets integrated into the same chart or CSV, and (2) if we could compute the rate of change (e.g. week-on-week change) in the BDI and compare that to the fees.
I will pay anyone who submits a chart or infographic illustrating this relationship. The best submission will receive at least 0.035 BCH. Runner-ups will also receive awards proportional to quality at my discretion, probably in the 0.01 to 0.03 BCH range. Payments in non-BCH cryptos is also an option. Please post your receiving address(es) and preferred currencies along with your submitted graphic as a top-level reply to this post. All submissions must be under a permissive license (e.g. public domain, BSD, MIT, CC-BY). Submissions with raw data (e.g. csv) will gain extra points, especially if other people make submissions using your data.
Bonus points if you do some formal statistics on the relationship (e.g. Pearson's R) and/or write a blog post.
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**It's Sunday Package Discussion Thread in /r/Linux!** Your weekly linux program recommendation and questions thread!

It's Sunday Package Discussion Thread in /Linux! Your weekly linux program recommendation and questions thread!
Welcome to the fourth weekly Package Discussion Thread in /Linux! Sunday, June 15th, 2014
In these threads, inspired by threads in /Android, users and developers of software in Linux come together to share what software we have taken a liking to, been using, have been developing, or otherwise want to give a shoutout to.
Donations: Every week, I'll be donating at least $10 in bitcoin towards a FOSS project (Licensed with GPL/MIT/BSD/Apache/etc). This doesn't need to be a linux desktop app, it can be any FOSS project. The recipient of my bitcoin is chosen by whoever has the top suggestion comment in the thread 24 hours from now. Posters can either specify which project I should donate to, or leave it up to me to decide which of their suggestions gets the donation. If none of accept bitcoin, I'll go down to the next comment, and so on.
Past threads and recognition
Week Number Posting Date Link to Thread Winning Comment Donation Recipient Transaction
1 May 25 2014 Link N/A N/A N/A
2 June 1 2014 Link jumpwah Syncthing 18.61 mBtc
3 June 8 2014 Link veeti beets 15mBtc
Edit: Wooo sticky! Thanks mods :)
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**It's Sunday Package Discussion Thread in /r/Linux!** Your weekly linux program recommendation and questions thread!

Welcome to the third weekly Package Discussion Thread in /Linux! Sunday, June 8th, 2014
In these threads, inspired by threads in /Android, users and developers of software in Linux come together to share what software we have taken a liking to, been using, have been developing, or otherwise want to give a shoutout to.
Donations: Every week, I'll be donating at least $10 in bitcoin towards a FOSS project (Licensed with GPL/MIT/BSD/Apache/etc). This doesn't need to be a linux desktop app, it can be any FOSS project. The recipient of my bitcoin is chosen by whoever has the top suggestion comment in the thread 48 hours from now. Posters can either specify which project I should donate to, or leave it up to me to decide which of their suggestions gets the donation. If none of accept bitcoin, I'll go down to the next comment, and so on.
New this week: Themes! Starting next week, each weekly thread will have theme, such as: Music, Developing Environment, Privacy and Security, Hotkeys and Shortcuts, Finance, Gaming, etc. Commenters are not required to participate, but I'll just encourage commenters to share a little description of what they use that relates to the theme. Again, this is just a fun aside and commenters don't need to share if they would rather just post their regular suggestions.
I will post a theme suggestion comment, where people can reply to nominate themes, and next week the top reply wins! Also, if I get the feeling that this is adding too much complexity to things, I'll scrap it.
Past threads and recognition
Week Number Posting Date Link to Thread Winning Comment Donation Recipient Transaction
1 May 25 2014 Link N/A N/A N/A
2 June 1 2014 Link jumpwah [Syncthing](www.syncthing.net) 18.60754 mBtc
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Bitcoin Assistance | Radcliffe, Mark | Sep 25 2017

Radcliffe, Mark on Sep 25 2017:
My apologies if this post has been answered, but I am new to the list. I am lawyer trying to understand the licensing of the Bitcoin core and I will be presenting in a webinar with Black Duck Software on Blockchain on September 28 (in case you are not familiar with them, Black Duck Software assists companies in managing their open source software resources). They have scanned the Bitcoin Core code for the open source licenses used in the codebase. I am enclosing a summary of the findings. I would be interested in communicating with the individuals who manage this codebase and can provide insight about the project manages contributions because the codebase includes projects with inconsistent licenses (for example, code licensed under the Apache Software License version 2 and GPLv2 cannot work together in some situations). Thanks in advance.
According to the scan, the code base includes code licensed under the following licenses:
Apache License 2.0
Boost Software License 1.0
BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License
BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License
Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0
Expat License
GNU General Public License v2.0 or later
GNU General Public License v3.0 or later
GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 or later
License for A fast alternative to the modulo reduction
License for atomic by Timm Kosse
MIT License
Public Domain
University of Illinois/NCSA Open Source License
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**It's Sunday Package Discussion Thread in /r/Linux!** Your weekly linux program recommendation and questions thread!

Welcome to the second weekly Package Discussion Thread in /Linux! Sunday, June 1st, 2014
In these threads, inspired by threads in /Android, users and developers of software in Linux come together to share what software we have taken a liking to, been using, have been developing, or otherwise want to give a shoutout to.
New this week: I'll be donating $10 in bitcoin towards a FOSS project (Licensed with GPL/MIT/BSD/Apache/etc, and not strictly a package, could be any project) chosen by whoever has the top suggestion comment in the thread 48 hours from now. I'll donate to one of the suggestions in the top comment, and if commenters want to, they can specify which they would like me to donate to. If none accept bitcoin, I'll go down to the next comment, and so on.
Link to previous thread
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**It's Sunday Package Discussion Thread in /r/Linux!** Your weekly linux program recommendation and questions thread!

It's Sunday Package Discussion Thread in /Linux! Your weekly linux program recommendation and questions thread!
Welcome to the fifth weekly Package Discussion Thread in /Linux! Sunday, June 22nd, 2014
In these threads, inspired by threads in /Android, users and developers of software in Linux come together to share what software we have taken a liking to, been using, have been developing, or otherwise want to give a shoutout to.
Donations: Every week, I'll be donating at least $10 in bitcoin towards a FOSS project (Licensed with GPL/MIT/BSD/Apache/etc). This doesn't need to be a linux desktop app, it can be any FOSS project. The recipient of my bitcoin is chosen by whoever has the top suggestion comment in the thread 24 hours from now. Posters can either specify which project I should donate to, or leave it up to me to decide which of their suggestions gets the donation. If none of accept bitcoin, I'll go down to the next comment, and so on.
Past threads and recognition
Week Number Posting Date Link to Thread Winning Comment Donation Recipient Transaction
1 May 25 2014 Link N/A N/A N/A
2 June 1 2014 Link jumpwah Syncthing 18.61 mBtc
3 June 8 2014 Link veeti beets 15mBtc
4 Juune 15 2014 Link bluetractor pandoc 20mBtc
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**It's Sunday Package Discussion Thread in /r/Linux!** Your weekly linux program recommendation and questions thread!

It's Sunday Package Discussion Thread in /Linux! Your weekly linux program recommendation and questions thread!
Welcome to the sixth weekly Package Discussion Thread in /Linux! Sunday, June 29th, 2014
In these threads, inspired by threads in /Android, users and developers of software in Linux come together to share what software we have taken a liking to, been using, have been developing, or otherwise want to give a shoutout to.
Donations: Every week, I'll be donating at least $10 in bitcoin towards a FOSS project (Licensed with GPL/MIT/BSD/Apache/etc). This doesn't need to be a linux desktop app, it can be any FOSS project. The recipient of my bitcoin is chosen by whoever has the top suggestion comment in the thread 24 hours from now. Posters can either specify which project I should donate to, or leave it up to me to decide which of their suggestions gets the donation. If none of accept bitcoin, I'll go down to the next comment, and so on.
Past threads and recognition
Week Number Posting Date Link to Thread Winning Comment Winning Package Transaction
1 May 25 2014 Link N/A N/A N/A
2 June 1 2014 Link jumpwah Syncthing 18.61 mBtc
3 June 8 2014 Link veeti beets 15mBtc
4 June 15 2014 Link bluetractor pandoc 20mBtc
5 Jone 22 2014 Link FredN KeePassX N/A (dev team never claimed the money)
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