Abstract

All data in this report was captured and analyzed by Huobi Research; please cite the source “Huobi Blockchain Big Data” for reference.

This Week:

1) The number of active Bitcoin addresses decreases this week, and the number of new addresses created this week becomes the lowest in the past six months.

2) The number of active addresses in EOS has increased significantly. The amount of on-chain transfers and transactions increases 53.7%.

3) The wealth concentration of Ethereum drastically increased. Among the top 100 addresses, ETH accounts for 32.8%.

4) Social media data: In the field of digital currency, Bitcoin, Ethereum and EOS are the most popular in the country; BTC, ETH and XRP in foreign countries. In the field of hot events, the top three domestic hot topics are “bear market”, “bull market” and “contract”, and top three foreign topics are “Long”, “SCAM” and “Wallet”; in the exchange and currency circle KOL field, domestic Huobi, Bitfinex, Binance, occupy the most community attention, and the top three abroad are Coinbase, Binance, BITMEX.

The top three most popular cryptocurrencies on GitHub were ETH, BTC, and EOS in descending order in the pervious week. XMR attracted the most fans, followed by XRP and TRON. In terms of activity, IOTA, ETH, and TRON were the top three active projects.

5) Market Trading Data: In the cryptocurrency market this week, the price of major cryptocurrencies all increased to varying degrees, with the largest growth of TRON, and the smallest growth of BTC. The most obvious growth of transaction amount is ETC, the most obvious decline is NEM.

On-Blockchain Data

1.1 Active Bitcoin Addresses

The total number of Bitcoin active address was 3.65 million, 5.5% less than the number of last week, ended the two consecutive weeks increased.

The number of new addresses created this week was 1.17 million, down 2.9% from 1.21 million last week, which became the lowest in the past six months.

1.2 Bitcoin Transaction

The transaction volume of the Bitcoin on-chain was 7.899 million BTC, a rise of 3.3% from 7.649 million last week. The number of on-chain transactions was 19.1 million, up 2.7% from last week. The average amount of BTC per transaction was 4.14 BTC, similar to last week.

1.3 On-chain Bitcoin Transaction Fee

This week’s total transaction fee has increased, from 150.3 BTC last week to 167.1BTC. The average transaction fee per transaction was 0.00009 BTC, up 8.2% from last week.


1.4 Concentration of Wealth on Bitcoin

This week’s bitcoin address concentration has not changed much from last week. Top10 holdings kept percentage points to 5.30%; Top 10-100 addresses increased 0.07 percentage points higher than last week; Top 1001000 addresses decreased by 0.01 percentage points; remaining addresses decreased by 0.07 percentage points to 64.51%.

Read Full Report Here: Big Data Weekly Vol. 29 12/19 – 12/26

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