Bitcoin Blockchain Charts
Bitcoins in circulation(流通中的总比特币数): The total number of bitcoins that have already been mined; in other words, the current supply of bitcoins on the network.
Market Price (USD)(市场价格): Average USD market price across major bitcoin exchanges.
The bitcoin market price chart shows the current price of bitcoin (in USD), including past prices going back to the start of bitcoin in 2009. This is a popular chart to keep tabs on the price, which includes a great way to visualize past price fluctuations. Do you see the rollercoaster?
Market Capitalization(市场资本): The total USD value of bitcoin supply in circulation, as calculated by the daily average market price across major exchanges.
The bitcoin market capitalization chart shows you the total amount of dollars (in USD) currently held in the bitcoin market, including past years; going all the way back to the start of bitcoin in 2009. Satoshi would be proud.
USD Exchange Trade Volume(美元兑换交易量): The total USD value of trading volume on major bitcoin exchanges.
Blockchain Size: The total size of all block headers and transactions.
Average Block Size: The average block size in MB.
Orphaned Blocks: The total number of blocks mined but ultimately not attached to the main Bitcoin blockchain.
Transactions per Block: The average number of transactions per block.
Median Transaction Confirmation Time (with fee): The median time for a transaction to be accepted into a mined block.
SegWit Adoption: % of the last 2016 blocks that signal support for the activation of the SegWit soft-fork.
Percentage of blocks signalling Bitcoin Unlimited support: Percentage of the last 200 blocks that signal support for Bitcoin Unlimited.
Hash Rate: The estimated number of tera hashes per second the Bitcoin network is performing.
Bitcoin miners perform the core function of verifying and confirming transactions in a secure, decentralized, and timely way. And by studying the hash rate, we can get an overall sense for how much energy is being put towards securing the blockchain.
Hashrate Distribution: An estimation of hashrate distribution amongst the largest mining pools
Difficulty: A relative measure of how difficult it is to find a new block.
The bitcoin difficulty chart shows the levels of mining difficulty changes over time. Mining difficulty is a measure of how difficult it is to find a new block compared to the easiest it can ever be.
Mining Revenue: Total value of coinbase block rewards and transaction fees paid to miners.
Total Transaction Fees (BTC): The total value of all transaction fees paid to miners.
Total Transaction Fees (USD): The total value of all transaction fees paid to miners (not including the coinbase value of block rewards).
Cost % of Transaction Volume: A chart showing miners revenue as percentage of the transaction volume.
Cost per Transaction: A chart showing miners revenue divided by the number of transactions.
The bitcoin number of transactions chart shows you the unique number of transactions per day in the bitcoin network. This chart is a good primer to see how much bitcoin volume there is day-to-day.
Transaction rate tells us how many transactions per second are added to the mempool (short for memory pool) of bitcoin transactions awaiting confirmation. When this number drastically increases or decreases from the typical rate, this can be an early indicator of an issue like network congestion, or a major wallet or exchange experiencing downtime.
Mempool Transaction Count: The number of transactions waiting to be confirmed.
Mempool Size Growth: The rate at which the mempool is growing per second.
Mempool Size: The aggregate size of transactions waiting to be confirmed.
Number of Unspent Transactions Outputs: The number of unspent Bitcoin transactions outputs (UTXO set size).
Transaction Volume excluding Popular Addresses: The total number of Bitcoin transactions, excluding the 100 most popular addresses.
Transaction Volume excluding Long Chains: The total number of Bitcoin transactions per day excluding long transaction chains.
By filtering out abnormally long transaction chains including activity made by exchanges, network spam, and mixing services, this chart is the most accurate when trying to understand transaction activity typical of normal users in any given time frame.
Total Output Value: The total value of all transaction outputs per day.
Estimated Transaction Value: The total estimated value of transactions on the Bitcoin blockchain.
Estimated USD Transaction Value: The estimated transaction value in USD value.
Blockchain Wallet Activity
Blockchain Wallet Users: The total number of Blockchain wallets created.
The My Wallet number of users chart is a graph that displays the total number of Blockchain Wallet users over time. This chart is a great unit of measure to show how many users are adopting bitcoin, month-over-month.
Total network hashing rate: Linear axis & Exponential axis
Total cumulative number of hashes
Daily growth rate
Proof of Work Equivalent Days
Map: Live Connections, Live Transactions, 3D Globe, Latest unconfirmed transactions with the relay node location.
Charts: Relay Node Connections, Bitcoin network transactions per second, Num TXs held in mempool, Mempool Size, Mining pool shares, Node Versions, Bitcoin relay node bandwidth stats, Bitcoin relay node bandwidth cumulatice stats, Required fee to be included within n blocks (estimated), Distribution of TXs fees in mempool (Sat/byte), Mined blocks signalling support, Historical mining support by protocol (blocks).
Network: Bitcoin mining pool hash rates, Recent Blocks, Transactions/sec, Connections, Versions, Voting(Blocks), Mempool Transactions, Mempool Size, Current Values.
Landscapes: Pick your input controller (Trackball, Fly controller), build the scene (Photonic Tower, Bitcoin Trunami, Ionic Wall, Spam in the sky, Satoshi's Tree, Electronic Storm, and build your custom scene), enjoy.
Temporal Charts: Transactions (Volume, Volume/TX, BDD, BDD/TX, Blocks, BTC Mined, Block Size, Size/TX), Fees (Fees/TX, Fees/byte, Fees/reward), Addresses (Address over time, New Addresses, Addresses Reuse), Scripts (UTXOs Consumed, UTXOs Consumed(P2SH), UTXOs Created), UTXOs (UTXOs over time, UTXOs Consumed, UTXOs Created, UTXOs Consumed/TX, UTXOs Created/TX), Distributions (UTXO/Amounts, Addresses/Balance).
Bitcoin Rich List
Bitcoin Mining Pools
Bitcoin Nodes Summary: Bitcoin Core, Bitcoin Classic, Bitcoin XT, Bitcoin Unlimited.
All bitcoin addresses
Top 5 pools for 24H
Bitcoin Mining Profitability
Bitcoin Block Explorer
BitcoinChain.com API v1.0
Bitcoin Hash Rate vs Difficulty
Bitcoin Block Generation Time vs Difficulty