The local currency is usually governed by political borders and so for someone the concept of a decentralized cryptocurrency that is without political borders can be a little challenging at first. That is the reason most experts believe that Bitcoin will change the way we think about MONEY and transfer of value. So, to better understand bitcoins there is the bitcoin community which consolidates informational data regarding bitcoin with the help of a group of dedicated volunteers, and these informational data are referred to as the bitcoin charts or statistics.
One of these is marketcapitalization charts that displays the total bitcoins in existence history present multiplied by the rate of exchange in US Dollars for that particular day. This is referred to as the bitcoin monetary base. Another one is the price chart displaying the last trade price for bitcoin (BTC) alongside the other currencies and these exchanges are ranked by 30-day volume. Then there is the pie chart displayingtrading volume distribution. Besides this Network Hashing Rate that displays hashing difficulty and the estimated number of Giga hashes per second, this is in fact the computation speed that the network is performing for various time windows. Another chart is the Hash Rate Distribution which is a pie chart giving the estimation of hash rate distribution amongst the largest mining pools. This chart is important because the integrity of the network depends on a single actor not exceeding 50% of the overall hashing power. Up next is the number of daily transactions chart that displays the total number of unique bitcoin transactions per day.
Daily transaction volume chart gives the measures of the estimated transaction volume in US Dollars in a day. While thebitcoin days destroyed chart attempts to provide a reliable indication of transaction volume that strips out transfers to oneself and immediate account reorganizations since a high value for days destroyed indicates less hoarding and older bitcoin on the move. It is calculated for any given transaction by taking the number of bitcoin in a transaction and multiplying it by the number of days it has been since those coins were last spent.