Bitcoin Wallets Holding 0.1 to 10 BTC Surpass 3 Million: Data

• The total supply of wallets holding between 0.1 Bitcoin (BTC) and 1 Bitcoin has surpassed 1 million coins, while the collective supply of wallets that hold between 1 BTC and 10 BTC topped 2 million.
• The total BTC supply of wallets that hold between 0.1 BTC and 1 BTC started to record a stable increase in late 2013, with short exponential growth periods in 2016 and 2018.
• The total BTC supply of wallets that hold between 1 BTC and 10 BTC also broke its own all-time high by surpassing 2 million at the end of November.

The use of Bitcoin, the world’s leading cryptocurrency, has skyrocketed in the past few years. As the technology has advanced and its applications have become more widespread, it has become increasingly popular among investors and enthusiasts alike. According to data from Blockchain.com, the total supply of wallets holding between 0.1 Bitcoin (BTC) and 1 Bitcoin has surpassed 1 million coins, while the collective supply of wallets that hold between 1 BTC and 10 BTC topped 2 million.

The total BTC supply of wallets that hold between 0.1 BTC and 1 BTC started to record a stable increase in late 2013, with short exponential growth periods in 2016 and 2018. This increase in the total BTC supply held by these wallets is indicative of the growing interest in cryptocurrency investments. As of Dec. 29, the total supply sits at 1.01 million BTC.

The total BTC supply of wallets that hold between 1 BTC and 10 BTC also broke its own all-time high by surpassing 2 million at the end of November. This meteoric rise in the total BTC supply held by these wallets is likely a result of larger investors buying into the technology. As of Dec. 30, the total supply held by these wallets is 2.06 BTC.

The data collected by Blockchain.com shows that the popularity of Bitcoin is continuing to grow, with more and more investors investing larger sums of money into the technology. This growth is likely to continue in the near future, as the industry continues to develop and evolve. As the technology matures, it is likely that more investors will join the market, pushing the total BTC supply held by wallets even higher.