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in gridcoin •  last year 

This is a follow up to a post from three weeks ago with new information.

Based on data gathered from the "Combined Teams" chart of the Free-DC Distributed Computing Stats System (, team Gridcoin has overtaken the Recent Average Credit (RAC) of team SETI.USA and is holding third place on the BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) leaderboard. See this chart of positions two through six:


You'll see from these charts that over the past three weeks, the RAC of team Gridcoin has been fluctuating more irregularly. I'm not sure what's causing this, but would guess that it has to do either (a) with how different research projects are reporting credits, or (b) with Sourcefinder being removed from the Gridcoin project whitelist on or about March 1st, 2018.

Here is the chart zoomed out to show all top eight teams. The only team with significant movement or growth is Gridcoin:


In general, team Gridcoin's RAC is trending upwards, but I'll be providing another update in a few weeks.

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Always interesting to read your articles @grwd. Unfortunately the RAC reporting for Bitcoin Utopia on is still incorrect and seriously affect the charts above.

Based on a different page, Bitcoin Utopia has a project RAC of 3,329,259,851 with zero credits added in the last 28 days. It is also interesting to compare the RAC vs FDC RAC in the team tables. Try to check the latest status on Bitcoin Utopia:

Can I suggest to take this page ( instead for the next update. Looking forward to read your next one.


Thanks for the suggestion! I switched over to tracking that data instead. Please have a look if you like:

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Good information