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Scrolling on https://etherchain.org/ , I was looking at "distinct miners" statistics( https://stats.etherchain.org/dashboard/db/distinct-miners ).

I just can't figure out what it shows concerning the network. It's expressed as a percentage, but what does it say?

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    It's not a percentage but the number of discinct miners in the last 24 hours, e.g., how many different accounts mined a block in 24 hours. – Waqar Lim Jun 28 '16 at 13:24
  • ok, but it's not clear on the graph. Where did you find the info that it is in the last 24h? (so that I will find things by myself next time :) :) ) Thks – yoregis Jun 28 '16 at 14:10
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    1 Data point in 24h lets me assume it is. I agree it's not well described. – Waqar Lim Jun 28 '16 at 16:35
  • Ok, thanks. And it is in line with this : etherchain.org/statistics/miners – yoregis Jun 28 '16 at 16:56
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I agree it's not well described. One data point in 24 hours lets me assume it is the daily count of distinct miners.

So, it's not a percentage but the number of discinct miners in the last 24 hours, e.g., how many different accounts mined a block in 24 hours.

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