Example Element

Bitinformatics - a new practice of data parsing and pattern recognition when discovering elements on Bitcoin

Below is an example of how Bitinformaticists can find the existence of a pattern within a data series that is specific to a single block. From this point of pattern discovery, an Element can then be registered on-chain.


Using block 817,577 you can find separate patterns to use for your .element inscription in the transaction hash field #16 .

Pattern 69 occurs 1,088 times within block 817,577.

Pattern 420 occurs 58 times within block 817,577.

Side note: using tools developed by the community, you'll be able to search patterns in the transaction hash data fields for horizontal, vertical and diagonal patters.

To inscribe the above patterns, they would appear as follows respectively:


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