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Bitcoin passes All-Time High number of active users

Bitcoin’s number of unique active users has hit an all-time high, according to data from Glassnode. Having reached 375,000 in late December 2017, the number of “active entities” has now passed 380,000, and looks set to continue growing.
Could a surge be imminent?
https://www.cryptovantage.com/news/bitcoin-passes-all-time-high-number-of-active-users-is-surge-imminent/
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Bitcoin passes All-Time High number of active users (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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bitFlyer Japan Says Bitcoin Rewards Are Drawing New Users in Record Numbers

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Number of Users Who Own At Least 1 BTC at ATH | Bitcoin News Summary Sep 14, 2020

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**DOLLERO NEWS** Bitcoin network now has the highest number of users since 2017!...Bitcoin is growing similarly to 2017! Will it exceed the highest price of $ 20,000 so far? 📈❓ more in the article... ⠀ #dollero #news #cryptonews #crypto #cryptocurrency #cryptoacademy #DLLR #BTC #bitcoin #price

**DOLLERO NEWS** Bitcoin network now has the highest number of users since 2017!...Bitcoin is growing similarly to 2017! Will it exceed the highest price of $ 20,000 so far? 📈❓ more in the article... ⠀ #dollero #news #cryptonews #crypto #cryptocurrency #cryptoacademy #DLLR #BTC #bitcoin #price submitted by DolleroTechnology to u/DolleroTechnology [link] [comments]

"Without the ability to use bitcoin [core] privately there is no censorship resistance. Without censorship resistance bitcoin [core] is worthless - may as well use PayPal. If users can't use bitcoin [core] privately number won’t go up... “ 🤷‍♂️

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Goodbye, Coinbase. Hello APPC: An alternative method to purchase cryptocurrency directly from the Android "Aptoide" app store. 200 million Android users will be holding cryptocurrency by the end of this year.

I recently stumbled upon the "APPC", or "AppCoins" token on Binance while browsing new coin listings.
Like any half-decent cryptocurrency enthusiast, I was intrigued. "Aha! A new coin!"
I took a deep breath and prepared to take a deep dive into the bowels of the internet to figure out what APPC is all about. And by deep dive I mean I googled "AppCoins" and went to their website.
"Oh, they're trying to make a new app store. Good luck competing with Google Play and the iOS App Store!"
Given Google and Apple's combined gigantic market share of the space, I was inclined to move on to the next lucky contestant on the Wheel O' Coins. But on a whim I kept scrolling.
I thought "Wait, what? 200 million users? Over 4 billion downloads? What am I missing here?"
Apparently AppCoins isn't a token from a new startup - it's the token from Aptoide, the #1 ranked alternative to the Google Play store.
From the developer's side, the token is used as an incentive for users to download their apps. The end user is rewarded with tokens based on a unique system that determines if the user is actually trying out the app. The tokens are also used for in-app purchases. They can also be sent to and from one another.
But enough about the token value proposition. You can research it in depth yourself and buy some on Binance if you're so inclined. Whether or not you buy the coin for speculation purposes is not the purpose of this post.
So...what does this have to do with Coinbase?
Well, let's first take a quick look at the AppCoins roadmap:
By the end of this year over 200 million Aptoide users will have the ability to purchase, earn, and use AppCoins from right within the app.
To give some perspective, Coinbase has 13.3 million users as of October 26, 2017 according to an article from CNBC.
Aptoide has over 15 times the number of active users compared to Coinbase.
OK, you have my attention. Starting to sound like a shill post though. Get to the beef.
Buying cryptocurrency through Coinbase is expensive. Users are nickle-and-dimed at every opportunity:
Let's say you're not interested in buying Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, or Litecoin.
Instead you want to convert your hard-earned $2,000 US dollars into something else like Ripple. Here's how it plays out:
Your initial deposit: $2,000 Deposit fee: $0 (ACH to receive funds in 3-5 days) through $79.80 for debit/credit card fees
Now you have $1,920.20 - $2,000 in your Coinbase USD wallet
You decide to purchase ETH with the intention of transferring it to an exchange that sells Ripple:
ETH buy order: $1,920.20 - $2,000 Transaction fee: $29.80 for ACH. Fee included in credit/debit deposit (so $79.80).
Total purchase fees from deposit to ETH acquisition: $29.80 to 79.80
EDIT: Adjusted the fee rate schedule to make them accurate. Do these fees still seem reasonable to you, even after the decrease in fees? Search Reddit for complaints about Coinbase fees and see what you find. And if you're unconcerned about the deposit transaction price, how about the speed of transaction to fee rate ratio? If we want cryptocurrency to be widely adopted then it should be friction-less.
Come on. Everyone knows that Coinbase is expensive. That's why I deposit my fiat into GDAX to buy crypto. The fees are significantly lower. Quit wasting my time.
Well, that's partially true. Anyone worth their weight in SHA256 hashes knows that GDAX is dramatically cheaper than Coinbase for depositing and purchasing BTC, BCH, LTC, and ETH.
The part that isn't true is that everyone knows that GDAX is cheaper. A more accurate statement is "every cryptocurrency enthusiast/trader knows that GDAX is cheaper". Coinbase does not advertise that GDAX has cheaper fees. There is no GDAX app for a reason - it would heavily cut into Coinbase's bottom line.
Your average crypto newbie buys their first coins through Coinbase because, let's face it, they have an app. Buying crypto on an app is something that your average person can comprehend. Apps are easy to use, trustworthy, and nearly everyone can do it regardless of their age and technical skill level.
Right, apps are easy to use. What a novel thought. You should tour the world giving Ted Talks about how easy apps are to use. Now could you PLEASE get to the point.
OK! I apologize for droning on. I'll cut right to the chase:
Instead of jumping through all the aforementioned hoops with Coinbase, you buy AppCoins from the Aptoide app store and send them directly to your favorite exchange. Then trade the AppCoins for the cryptocurrency of your choice. In theory it should be a faster and more cost-effective way to purchase cryptocurrency.
Hmmmm. OK, I'm starting to understand where you're going with this. But I'm still going to use GDAX. I'd rather buy ETH from GDAX.
Hey, to each their own. I'd rather buy coins in 30 seconds with a couple of taps on my phone and send them right to Binance.
Oh come on. Now you're just shilling. Your whole rant was just a ploy to shill this coin. I'm going to another thread.
Honestly, no. I didn't write this to shill. I guess I'm just tired of Coinbase. And I bet there are others that are less than pleased with their business model and customer service. Remember when they didn't distribute all that Bitcoin Cash?
Ugh, yes. Don't remind me about that.
Sorry! Didn't mean to upset you. I know its a sore subject.
If you read this far then congratulations, you have more patience than your average cryptocurrency trader. May your candles always be green.
Some interesting facts:
Needless to say, I think that Aptoide and AppCoins is a project to be excited about regardless of whether you're a cryptocurrency trader or completely uninvolved with the cryptocurrency space. Cryptocurrency is going mainstream this year!
To avoid confusion since Coinmarketcap has APPC listed incorrectly, here is the current accurate financial information. People are going to ask anyway so I would rather supply the correct information:
Circulating supply= 98M APPC Total supply= 246M APPC Coin Price = $2.53 ICO Price = $0.10 Market Cap (CS x P) = $247,940,000 Days on Exchange (Binance) = 7
Thank you for reading!
EDIT: Spelling
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Trying to estimate the number of users of Bitcoin and Ethereum

Im going to caveat this heavily that I’m not a data scientist and I dont have any real answers… but I do have some thoughts that I wanted to share… and wonder if anyone might have any good explanations or data that can help improve our understanding of the number of users of Bitcoin and Ethereum and their relative trajectories.
Some people (especially the press) seem to believe that the number of new bitcoin addresses used each day might be a direct correlation with a growing number of Bitcoin users.
Its even been mentioned in some articles that the average user has just two bitcoin addresses. Thus the growing number of addresses must somehow correlate with a growing number of users.
But is that really true? (TL; DR. suspect not)
The reality is that the number of new bitcoin addresses doesn’t correlate well with the number of new users.
Due to the way modern bitcoin wallets work. Almost every wallet in use today is an HD (Hierarchical Deterministic) wallet. These wallets start with a seed and generate an infinite number of bitcoin addresses and they generate a new address quite often - for privacy reasons its best that an address isn’t used more than once. That way you dont leak as much information about your spending habits when you send funds, although analytics firms like Chainalysis are pretty good at clustering accounts to find common ownership.
Each time the user sends some bitcoins from an address, the wallet automatically generates a new address for the change and sends the entire balance of the address to two or more new addresses - including the recipient and the sender’s change address. Similarly, each time a recipient wishes to receive some bitcoins, their wallet too generates a new address to receive the funds thus minimising cross contamination of their holdings.
Which really means that every time a user sends a bitcoin transaction to another user (when both of them are using modern wallets) two new bitcoin addresses are generated automatically by their wallets for each transaction.
We can see this in action because by some magical coincidence the number of new daily bitcoin addresses used (this year)… averages ballpark of 500,000/day whilst the number of transactions per day averages ballpark 250,000/day, perhaps validating that 2 new bitcoin addresses are created for every transaction. Makes sense.
By those numbers, it might appear that the number of bitcoin users isn’t meaningfully growing, although we also hear that exchanges like Coinbase are adding new users at a decent rate albeit their users dont necessitate on-chain transactions and presumably many of them just buy and sell from internal accounts and dont ‘use’ bitcoin for actual transactions.
The situation is less clear when applied to exchange transactions, as some of them cycle through new addresses with each transaction and some of them have a unique fixed address per user. And some of them hold their cold storage in a few addresses that have large numbers of transactions and value, and some of them split their funds amongst a lot of addresses holding smaller values.
Its also unclear whether mixers contribute to extra bitcoin addresses being generated.
Most user custody'd bitcoin wallets are anonymous and its likely that users will own and use more than one wallet, which probably increases the number of bitcoin addresses that each person holds, and many transactions are between addresses owned by the same user, splitting and redistributing their funds.
Whereas most exchange wallets are likely to be one per user as most of the large centralised exchanges dont allow anonymous accounts so the users will have been KYC’d and the exchanges would try to eliminate attempts to multi-account.. so most likely the number of accounts created at the centralised exchanges will be a better way of trying to identify the true number of users, albeit many users hold an account at more than one exchange, so its unlikely you can just sum up the total number of accounts across all the exchanges, even if you had that information available.
Alas few exchanges provide transparency of the number of user accounts, especially about which accounts are in active use (as user accounts rarely get closed or deleted even if left unused for years)
The situation on some other blockchains like Ethereum is a little easier to quantify, since Ethereum uses an Account system instead of Bitcoin’s UTXO (Unspent outputs) system of accounting, which encourages users to use fewer accounts.
In Ethereum, whilst many wallets do support HD address generation its not typically used, and certainly not in the volume that bitcoin wallets generate addresses. An Ethereum wallet doesn’t automatically generate a new address on receiving, nor is there change required after a value transaction send so no ‘change address’ is generated, which would mean that the number of Ethereum accounts could be more closely correlated with the number of users, as the wallets aren’t typically generating new Ethereum addresses each time a transaction is sent, and many users re-use the same account many times (with a commensurate reduction in privacy of their usage and holdings)
Also, Ethereum has many more uses for their transactions than just sending funds from person to person, which would lead to a relatively higher number of transactions per address than the number of tx’s per bitcoin address.
The number of new Ethereum addresses per day this year is ballpark 100,000 - somewhat less than the 500,000 new Bitcoin addresses each day, however these new Ethereum addresses are more likely to be new accounts which might lead to a higher correlation of the number of new users, and the number of Ethereum transactions per day is somewhere between 500,000 and 1m each day.
This might indicate that not only are there perhaps more Ethereum users added each day (than bitcoin users) but that each Ethereum user is doing on average 5-10 transactions per account - thus theyre doing more with their accounts than just sending funds to each other... Like interacting with Dapps and Services perhaps.
Anyone got any thoughts on how best to estimate the number of users and trajectory of Bitcoin and Ethereum?
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The number of #BCH users who are continuously fooled into thinking they are sending us Bitcoin is growing. I really hate having to explain to people they have been tricked into buying a shitcoin with deceptive marketing. Anyone who offers BCH is fueling this scam

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Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes

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Anonymity Remains Key for Bitcoin Users as Tor Network Tops in Number of Public BTC Nodes

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Bitcoin founder(s) may have been anonymous, but that doesn’t mean Bitcoin users also need to be anonymous! Use Stibits to send crypto directly to users by typing in their name, phone number, or e-mail address #theStibits

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There are currently 1121 Lightning nodes. Because LN requires each user to run a node that is always online, it's safe to say the node count represents the total number of users. Can LN scale Bitcoin to billions of users?

There are currently 1121 Lightning nodes. Because LN requires each user to run a node that is always online, it's safe to say the node count represents the total number of users. Can LN scale Bitcoin to billions of users? submitted by Windowly to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin’s price needs to grow 100x to be worth a million dollars. Metcalfe’s law states that a network’s value is the square of the number of users. So if the total number of bitcoin users only gets 10x bigger, each BTC will be worth a million dollars

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Attention Norwegians! Mainstream mobile wallet BitGate is giving away free Bitcoin to new users in Norway. BitGate lets you purchase, store and send BTC to phone number. BCH and ETH coming soon!

Attention Norwegians! Mainstream mobile wallet BitGate is giving away free Bitcoin to new users in Norway. BitGate lets you purchase, store and send BTC to phone number. BCH and ETH coming soon! submitted by OlavOlsm to btc [link] [comments]

Cardano Joins Messari Registry; Bitcoin in Every Portfolio; Huobi User Phone Number Leak

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According to bitinfocharts, there are over 700,000 addresses that have at least 1 bitcoin. How can we estimate the number of people who own at lest 1 BTC on exchanges? Coinbase has 25 M users, is it safe to assume that at least 10%!of their users have at least 1 BTC?

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Can we scale Bitcoin to a billion users with SPV? After crunching the numbers, the results aren't pretty.

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The Bitcoin network processes about 300,000 transactions per day. This number is deceiving, since one transaction can have multiple recipients. There are only between 400,000 and 800,000 active addresses per day. This means there are, likely, 300,000 - 500,000 unique users either sending or receiving Bitcoin per day. Number of Users Who Own At Least 1 BTC at ATH Bitcoin News Summary Sep 14, 2020 By Steven Hay Last updated on September 13, 2020 at 23:08 No Comments Despite the most recent price dump where BTC lost about $2,000 from its price per coin, the number of people who own at least one full BTC is at an all-time high . Although there is a huge number of Bitcoin wallet providers, many new users still struggle with creating a wallet. Mobile, hardware, and cryptocurrency exchange wallets are three of the most popular options, but beware of fakes and scams. Many cryptocurrency wallets allow users to generate multiple Bitcoin addresses, but this feature is rarely available on cryptocurrency exchanges. When taking ... The number of Blockchain wallets has been growing since the creation of the Bitcoin virtual currency in 2009, reaching over 54 million Blockchain wallet users at the end of September 2020. Number of Users Who Own At Least 1 BTC at ATH Despite Latest Bitcoin Price Dump Author: Jordan Lyanchev Last Updated Sep 10, 2020 @ 14:45. Bitcoin investors seem unbothered by recent price swings. The number of ‘wholecoiners’ has reached a new all-time high of over 800,000 such addresses. Despite the recent price swings and Bitcoin losing nearly $2,000 of value in a week, the number of ...

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