March 4, 2024

The number of transactions in the Bitcoin blockchain exceeded 500 million

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The number of confirmed transactions in the Bitcoin blockchain has exceeded 500 million since its launch on January 3, 2009. Bitcoin developer Jameson Lopp drew attention to this.

According to the portal statoshi.info, which Lopp refers to, by the time of publication the number of transactions reached 500,020,050.

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The portal records data from the beginning of September 2017of the year. At that time, there were about 250 million transactions in the Bitcoin blockchain (BTC), from which we can conclude that over time, their growth rate has increased significantly. While maintaining the current dynamics, a mark of 1 billion can be taken in 2 years.

“500 million transactions confirmed in the Bitcoin blockchain,– writes Twitter user hodlonaut, known for launching the Lightning Torch initiative and the proceedings with Craig Wright.

Bitcoin does not talk about this. He just is and is doing his job. One block at a time. ”

Another interesting observation is related toby the fact that the total value of bitcoin transactions completed within one day at the beginning of this week exceeded $ 3.5 billion - this is the largest value since the rise of the market in 2017. Then at the peak, the figure exceeded $ 5 billion.

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This Thursday, Bitcoin is trading above $ 9,600, demonstrating relative stability in the last week after rising to current levels.

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