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$bitsjayjay on Twitter: "MainNet #BSV Test via @MetaStreme Block: 640751 Total Transactions: 761,513 Transactions Per Second: 601.28 Blocksize: ~163MB Total Fees (BSV): 0.81805694 Total Fees (USD): $145.82 Miner: @svpoolmining #Bitcoin means #Business Explorer: https://t.co/7Xxv6eNHA0…

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21 new Bitcoin Charts added to Smartbit

https://www.smartbit.com.au/charts/

Bitcoin Chart Types

Time Between Bitcoin Blocks - the average time between blocks being solved
Bitcoin Block Reward Per Day - the average reward for blocks being solved each day.
Block Reward Per Bitcoin Block - the reward miners receive for each block they solve.
Average Bitcoin Block Size - the average size of blocks being solved each day.
Total Size Of All Bitcoin Blocks - the accumulative size of all blocks that have been solved.
Bitcoin Blocks Solved Per Day - the number of blocks being solved each day.
Total Number Of Bitcoin Blocks - the total number of blocks over time.
Total Bitcoins In Circulation - the total amount of bitcoins in circulation over time.
Bitcoin Mining Difficulty - the difficulty of solving a block.
Bitcoin Network Hash Rate - the hash rate of the Bitcoin Network.
Bitcoin Miner Revenue Per Day - the revenue that miners have received in a day.
Bitcoin Miner Revenue Per Block - the revenue a miner makes per block solved.
Bitcoins Sent Per Day - the number of bitcoins sent each day.
Bitcoins Sent Per Block - the average number of bitcoins being sent in a block each day.
Bitcoin Transaction Fees Per Day - the amount of transaction fees sent each day.
Bitcoin Transaction Fees Per Block - the average amount of transaction fees paid per block.
Bitcoin Transaction Fees Per Transaction - the average amount of transaction fees paid per block.
Bitcoin Transactions Per Day - the number of transactions sent each day.
Bitcoin Transactions Per Block - the average number of transactions sent per block each day.
Bitcoin Transactions Per Second - the average number of transactions sent per second for each day.
Total Bitcoin Transactions - the total number of transactions sent over time.
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Available on Testnet as well https://sandbox.smartbit.com.au/charts/
Appreciate if you have any suggestions or request for addition charts or features!
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There are 3 ways miners will continue to spend amounts of energy to secure the network: a) users are willing to pay continuously increasing fees (fee market - Bitcoin Core), or b) creating new coins for miners (Inflation), or c) more transactions per block (big fucking blocks - Bitcoin Cash).

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Bitcoin transaction fees again reached low levels, and have hit 1 Satoshi per byte to get into the next block.

Bitcoin transaction fees again reached low levels, and have hit 1 Satoshi per byte to get into the next block. submitted by marcharn to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

"We do not believe that decentralization means a 1MB block size limit or a responsibility to constrain the block size so that a Raspberry Pi can run a full node while the fee per Bitcoin transaction is higher than the daily income in most developing countries."

Well said. https://blog.bitmain.com/en/uahf-contingency-plan-uasf-bip148/
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"Today, the fees represent 0.5% or less of a bitcoin miner’s income'...' However, as the reward decreases over time and the number of transactions per block increases, a greater proportion of bitcoin mining earnings will come from fees. " - Andreas M. Antonopoulos

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BCash only has low transaction fees because it has a fraction (1/8) of transactions per block as Bitcoin

It's extremely funny seeing these numbers.
The blocks are 8 times as big this means BCash would break even with Bitcoin if it was adopted to the same scale as Bitcoin.
Considering this will never happen BCash's scaling issues are moot.
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“A Transaction Fee Market Exists Without a Block Size Limit”—new research paper ascertains. [Plus earn $10 in bitcoin per typo found in manuscript]

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There are 3 ways miners will continue to spend amounts of energy to secure the network: a) users are willing to pay continuously increasing fees (fee market - Bitcoin Core), or b) creating new coins for miners (Inflation), or c) more transactions per block (big fucking blocks - Bitcoin Cash). /r/btc

There are 3 ways miners will continue to spend amounts of energy to secure the network: a) users are willing to pay continuously increasing fees (fee market - Bitcoin Core), or b) creating new coins for miners (Inflation), or c) more transactions per block (big fucking blocks - Bitcoin Cash). /btc submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Now that blocks are full wouldnt it make sense for miners to activate segwit so they can include more transactions per block and get more fees? • r/Bitcoin respond here

Now that blocks are full wouldnt it make sense for miners to activate segwit so they can include more transactions per block and get more fees? • Bitcoin respond here submitted by seweso to btc [link] [comments]

"Today, the fees represent 0.5% or less of a bitcoin miner’s income'...' However, as the reward decreases over time and the number of transactions per block increases, a greater proportion of bitcoin mining earnings will come from fees. " - Andreas M. Antonopoulos

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FREE transactions would be incredible marketing for Bitcoin Cash and make it unstoppable. Miners are only getting $10-$12 per block in fees. They need to get rid of it /r/btc

FREE transactions would be incredible marketing for Bitcoin Cash and make it unstoppable. Miners are only getting $10-$12 per block in fees. They need to get rid of it /btc submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

We are at 0.10 satoshi per byte to be included in the next 6 blocks, that's the lowest fees since 18th of November 2016. Using Segwit reduces the cost of your transactions by another 40%. Good times /r/Bitcoin

We are at 0.10 satoshi per byte to be included in the next 6 blocks, that's the lowest fees since 18th of November 2016. Using Segwit reduces the cost of your transactions by another 40%. Good times /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin transaction fees again reached low levels, and have hit 1 Satoshi per byte to get into the next block.

Bitcoin transaction fees again reached low levels, and have hit 1 Satoshi per byte to get into the next block. submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Transaction fees per block now above 6 BTC on average for the last 24 hours, going as high as 9 BTC. At least now everybody knows that bitcoin mining will be sustainable without block reward

Transaction fees per block now above 6 BTC on average for the last 24 hours, going as high as 9 BTC. At least now everybody knows that bitcoin mining will be sustainable without block reward submitted by bitking74 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Relative amount of transaction fees with decreasing mining reward per block? /r/Bitcoin

Relative amount of transaction fees with decreasing mining reward per block? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Transaction fees per block now above 6 BTC on average for the last 24 hours, going as high as 9 BTC. At least now everybody knows that bitcoin mining will be sustainable without block reward /r/Bitcoin

Transaction fees per block now above 6 BTC on average for the last 24 hours, going as high as 9 BTC. At least now everybody knows that bitcoin mining will be sustainable without block reward /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

BCash only has low transaction fees because it has a fraction (1/8) of transactions per block as Bitcoin /r/btc

BCash only has low transaction fees because it has a fraction (1/8) of transactions per block as Bitcoin /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

20 satoshi per byte fees transaction was included in next block /r/Bitcoin

20 satoshi per byte fees transaction was included in next block /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Now that blocks are full wouldnt it make sense for miners to activate segwit so they can include more transactions per block and get more fees? /r/Bitcoin

Now that blocks are full wouldnt it make sense for miners to activate segwit so they can include more transactions per block and get more fees? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Question: if the block size increases, does that effectively lower the amount of fees miners earn per transaction? /r/Bitcoin

Question: if the block size increases, does that effectively lower the amount of fees miners earn per transaction? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Awkward celebration. Some miners are raking in more than 2btc in fees per block. On the flipside, that is us paying for it. a bitcoin transaction is becoming a luxury. /r/Bitcoin

Awkward celebration. Some miners are raking in more than 2btc in fees per block. On the flipside, that is us paying for it. a bitcoin transaction is becoming a luxury. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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Because a block on the bitcoin blockchain can only contain up to 1 MB of information, there is a limited number of transactions that can be included in any given block. Advanced users can set custom fees for their transaction in units of satoshi per byte (sat/b) If you want to take a deeper dive into bitcoin transaction fees, this blog Transaction fees are claimed by miners through the coinbase transaction. Miners have the opportunity claim the fees from all of the transactions they put in to their candidate block. Fee-per-byte. Bitcoin blocks are limited to 1MB (1,000,000 bytes) in size. Transaction data takes up space in a block (roughly 250 bytes for a typical small one). The sudden spike in the average cost of a Bitcoin transaction appeared to be due to the increased activity on the network ahead of the halving of Bitcoin’s block reward. But the block reward reduction—from 12.5 BTC per block to 6.25 BTC—passed on May 12, and fees have only continued to soar. Transaction fees usually go over the roof because Bitcoin’s block space limited. A Bitcoin block can only accommodate transactions worth of 1 MB per 10 minutes, and that’s why each byte on this 1 MB block is a premium place to be. Typically, most people using Bitcoin as a currency don't want to wait many blocks for their transactions to be confirmed, so they pay next block fees to get their transaction confirmed within 10 minute block times. Median fees are just the middle range of all the fees to give users a better idea of the average amount being paid by everyone

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- The dynamics that determine transaction fees in Bitcoin - How orphaning risks drive the fee market economics - The relationship between the block reward and the fee market The Bitcoin Mempool, Difficulty Adjustment, Hashrate, Block Time, Block Reward, Transaction Fees and much more is explained simply in this video. Bitcoin onchain data: https://studio.glassnode.com ... 44:00 Transaction Fees & Transaction Quantity in a Block ... Block Reward Halving to Bring $3,000 Per Bitcoin?! ... Bitcoin Block Reward Halving = Upcoming Price Increase! Micro-transactions, nano-transactions.The Bitcoin blockchain is a very valuable commodity for applications; the fees make it so that it is not economical for everyone to use it as a back-up platform. What is a Bitcoin transaction fee? Who does it go to? How is it calculated? ... Bitcoin Q&A: What happens to transaction fees when the block reward is zero? - Duration: 4:28. aantonop 13,505 views.

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