D'aniel Kondor & M'arton P'osfai & Istv'an Csabai & G'abor Vattay, 2013. "Do the rich get richer?An empirical analysis of the BitCoin transaction network," Papers 1308.3892, arXiv.org, revised Mar 2014.
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Do the rich get richer? An empirical analysis of the BitCoin transaction network D aniel Kondor, M arton P osfai, Istv an Csabai, and G abor Vattay Department of Physics of Complex Systems, E otv os Lor and University, Hungary H-1117 Budapest, P azm any P eter S et any 1/A (Dated: August 16, 2013) Manuscript submitted to PLOS ONE on Aug 14.
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