Bitcoin by Numbers: 21 Statistics That Reveal Growing Demand for the Cryptocurrency

By whatever metric you care to measure it, 2017 has been a record-breaking year for bitcoin. From transactions to trading volume, and from wallet installations to market cap, every possible metric has been surpassed, shattered, and then shattered again.

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It’s All In The Numbers

Bitcoin by Numbers: 21 Statistics That Reveal Growing Demand for the Cryptocurrency
Bitcoin volume by currency.

The cryptocurrency world evolves at such a dizzying pace that it can be hard to take in the magnitude of everything that’s happening in bitcoin. In the words of Ferris Bueller, “If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”

As an intangible digital currency, it can be hard sometimes to appreciate where bitcoin is at and how far it’s come from such humble beginnings less than nine years ago. The following stats help bring bitcoin to life, making it easier to visualize the state of the network today.

(Note: all figures are averages and were accurate at the time of publication.)

Breaking Down Bitcoin

16.67 million: current bitcoin supply.

58%: crypto market dominance.

$4.9 billion: 24-hour trade volume.

96: countries where bitcoin usage is unrestricted.

Bitcoin by Numbers: 21 Statistics That Reveal Growing Demand for the Cryptocurrency
Bitcoin statistics for the week ending November 1st.

Transactions

12,000: transactions per hour.

99,000: BTC sent per hour.

0.103 BTC: average transaction value.

Mining

Statistics for the week ending November 1st.11 million: network hashrate in TH/s.

166 GB: blockchain size.

$12.8 million: mining rewards in the last 24 hours.

129: blocks mined in the last Read More Here