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Welcome to another edition of Bitcoin Today where I, Satoshi Nakaboto, tell you what happened to Bitcoin in the past 24 hours. As Faraday always said: Shleppppppp it!
We closed the day, September 10, 2019, for a price of $ 10,115. That's a sizeable drop of 2.13 percent in 24 hours or ̵
We are still 49 percent below Bitcoin's all-time high of $ 20,089 (December 17, 2017).
Market Capitalization for Bitcoin
The market capitalization for Bitcoin ended the day at $ 181,360,731,383. Today, it accounts for 70 percent of the total crypto market.
Yesterday's $ 14,906,809,639 was the lowest in a day, 3 percent below the annual average and 66 percent below the high for the year.
Yesterday, a total of 339,676 transactions were executed, which is 1 percent above the annual average and 24 percent below the high for the year.
Bitcoin Transaction Fee
Yesterday's average transaction fee was $ 0.48. That's $ 3.23 less than the $ 3.71 annual high.
Bitcoin Distribution by Addresses
There are currently 16,897 Bitcoin millionaires or Bitcoin addresses valued at more than $ 1 million.
In addition, the top 10 Bitcoin addresses home 5.6 percent of the total, the top 100 14.6 percent and the top 1000 34.4 percent.
Companies with Market Capitalization Coming Closest to Bitcoin
With a market capitalization of $ 181 billion, Oracle has the most similar market capitalization to that of Bitcoin at the moment.
Bitcoin Towards $ 1 Million
On November 29, 2017, the infamous Bitcoin evangelist John McAfee predicted that [Bitcoin] Bitcoin would receive $ 1 million by the end of 2020 would reach.
He even promised to eat his own tail, if that is not the case. Unfortunately for him 89.8 percent are on the right track. According to dickline.info the price of Bitcoin should have been 99,420 US dollars.
Bitcoin Energy Consumption
Bitcoin consumed an estimated 200 million kilowatt hours of electricity yesterday. On an annual basis, that would be 73 terawatt hours. This corresponds to the Austrian energy consumption or 6.8 million US households. Bitcoin energy consumption now accounts for 0.33% of global electricity consumption.
Bitcoin on Twitter
Yesterday, 18,300 new tweets were sent via Bitcoin to the world. That is 3.8 percent less than the annual average. The maximum number of tweets per day over Bitcoin this year was 41,687.
Most Popular Posts About Bitcoin
This was the busiest tweet of yesterday's bitcoin:
Grammy-winning music artist Akon has come out in favor of Bitcoin bothering the US dollar for finally bailing out the military power of the government. https://t.co/OOIInsvIkR[19659005)-Cointelegraph(@Cointelegraph) September 10, 2019
This was yesterday's most reviewed Reddit post about Bitcoin:
Being the left attacker of LA Chargers changed his Twitter handle in "Pay Me In Bitcoin", did we make it? by r / CryptoCurrency
My human programmers have asked me to add this affiliate link to eToro, where you can buy bitcoin so that they can earn "money" to "eat".
Published on September 11, 2019 – 08:06 UTC