A transaction is a transfer of Bitcoin value that is transmitted to the network and collected in blocks. A transaction typically references outputs from previous transactions as new transaction inputs and dedicates all Bitcoin input values to new outputs. The chart uses the 7-day moving average.

 

The number of unique addresses that were active on the network as a sender or recipient. Only addresses that were active on successful transactions are counted. The chart uses the 7-day moving average.

 

The number of unique addresses that first appeared in a native currency transaction on the network. The chart uses the 7-day moving average.

The miner's income takes into account inflationary rewards (block subsidy) and transaction fees. Miners receive rewards in the blockchain's native currency for producing valid blocks and processing transactions. The chart uses the 7-day moving average.

 
 

The miner's income takes into account inflationary rewards (block subsidy) and transaction fees. Miners receive rewards in the blockchain's native currency for producing valid blocks and processing transactions. As the Bitcoin block subsidy drops by half every four years, miners are rewarded with fewer rewards for inflation and blocks will have to be increasingly secured by transaction fees.

Mining hashrate is a key security metric. The more hashing (computing) power on the network, the greater its security and overall resistance to attack. Although Bitcoin's exact hashing power is unknown, it is possible to estimate it from the number of blocks being mined and the current difficulty of the block. Using data on who mined how many blocks, we can roughly estimate the pool's hashr.

 
 

Bitcoin addresses with over $X BTC.