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Bitcoin Fees Skyrocket 590% Since Mid-June - Supporters Think Mempool Size Is Bullish (current BTC/USD price is $11,199.77)

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Bitcoin Fees Skyrocket 590% Since Mid-June - Supporters Think Mempool Size Is Bullish
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The latest Bitcoin news has been sourced from the CoinSalad.com Bitcoin Price and News Events page. CoinSalad is a web service that provides real-time Bitcoin market info, charts, data and tools.
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Perfect example of someone repeating wrong points. This guy is "explaining" that price follows hashrate and hashrate follows the size of the mempool. This is the kind of people who invest in the #1 coin without understanding Bitcoin

Perfect example of someone repeating wrong points. This guy is submitted by doramas89 to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoins on the Move — Is BTC Price Inversely Correlated to Mempool Size?

Bitcoins on the Move — Is BTC Price Inversely Correlated to Mempool Size? submitted by Ranzware to BitNewsLive [link] [comments]

Bitcoins on the Move — Is BTC Price Inversely Correlated to Mempool Size? (current BTC/USD price is $6,223.28)

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Bitcoins on the Move — Is BTC Price Inversely Correlated to Mempool Size?
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Bitcoin Price | Bitcoin Mining | Blockchain
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How does a backed up mempool tend to affect the bitcoin price?

Since we had a huge upswing in volatility, the mempool got backed up rather fast, for whatever reason, people wanted to move BTC around. This doesn’t happen all the time luckily, but how does it affect trading? Does it make for longer consolidation times since people can’t buy/sell on the spot and get delayed? Or does a big move continue without any effect?
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The price fluctuations in bitcoin space is nothing new but most times during such fluctuations the mempool tends to gets logged making transactions stuck longer than expected. Found this great tool that gives an estimate of how long it will take for transactions to confirm!

The price fluctuations in bitcoin space is nothing new but most times during such fluctuations the mempool tends to gets logged making transactions stuck longer than expected. Found this great tool that gives an estimate of how long it will take for transactions to confirm! submitted by primalfabric to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

If you've been using bitcoin for a while you might have noticed that whenever bitcoin price seems to go up, the mempool always gets a bit congested. Is there a tool that can accurately estimate the time of confirmation for a bitcoin transaction?

Most wallets generally give an estimated time for a transaction to confirm but during busy hours it's generally unreliable making transactions stuck for hours and once the transaction is made most Blockchain explorers don't provide this service.
It would be great if I could check how long it will take for my transaction to confirm once I have made one.
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This week in Bitcoin: SegWit2x was buggy and did not happen, Bitcoin Cash got rid of their EDA and stopped draining hashpower, Bitcoin mempool cleared up and 25¢ SegWit-transactions were processed. And the price hit $8,000.

This week in Bitcoin: SegWit2x was buggy and did not happen, Bitcoin Cash got rid of their EDA and stopped draining hashpower, Bitcoin mempool cleared up and 25¢ SegWit-transactions were processed. And the price hit $8,000. submitted by pikadrew to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How does a backed up mempool tend to affect the bitcoin price?

How does a backed up mempool tend to affect the bitcoin price? submitted by dnivi3 to BitcoinDiscussion [link] [comments]

Steam stop accepting Bitcoin (core), mempool clogging up, tx fee skyrocket, while the price of Bitcoin (core) still keep going up. This reminds me of the movie "The Big Short" ;)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1596363/?ref_=nv_sr_1
"So the subprime loans go bad, but subprime bonds, which are made up of the subprime loans, are more valuable?" - The Big short
Time to convert BTC to BCH ;)
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the mempool is at all year low. Questions are: - why did we need segwit to address scalability issues? That demand was artificial and the price is caused by wash traders on the major exchanges. - why do we need bch. there's no scalability issue anymore. bitcoin was spammed to pump and dump bch.

the mempool is at all year low. Questions are: - why did we need segwit to address scalability issues? That demand was artificial and the price is caused by wash traders on the major exchanges. - why do we need bch. there's no scalability issue anymore. bitcoin was spammed to pump and dump bch. submitted by alebtc to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

People think Bitcoin's mempool was spammed these last few days... Wrong. The mempool surge is from users rushing to send BTC to exchanges to panic-buy BCH, as evidenced by the waves of transactions PERFECTLY matching BCH's price boom.

People think Bitcoin's mempool was spammed these last few days... Wrong. The mempool surge is from users rushing to send BTC to exchanges to panic-buy BCH, as evidenced by the waves of transactions PERFECTLY matching BCH's price boom. submitted by _mrb to btc [link] [comments]

If one person (Roger Ver) can crash the price of bitcoin and clog the mempool (as this sub believes) than you dont want to invest in such a fragile asset.

Do you really believe that this is an "attack" on bitcoin? By Roger Ver? Or maybe the network cant handle that many transactions?
Because if you believe that it's an attack then the coin you're investing in is such a fragile asset, it could be congested, crashed by a single person (!)
Whats stopping this evil person to do it again in the future? Skyrocketing the fees to $20 again and again, making Bitcoin unusable?
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The BTC price change +4%, but, while only one Bitcoin block mined last hour. 🐶 So the mempool go high fast.

The BTC price change +4%, but, while only one Bitcoin block mined last hour. 🐶 So the mempool go high fast. submitted by Rotoava to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Is the mempool backlog driving up prices during this bump? (x-post /r/bitcoin)

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the mempool is at all year low. Questions are: - why did we need segwit to address scalability issues? That demand was artificial and the price is caused by wash traders on the major exchanges. - why do we need bch. there's no scalability issue anymore. bitcoin was spammed to pump and dump bch.

the mempool is at all year low. Questions are: - why did we need segwit to address scalability issues? That demand was artificial and the price is caused by wash traders on the major exchanges. - why do we need bch. there's no scalability issue anymore. bitcoin was spammed to pump and dump bch. submitted by alebtc to btc [link] [comments]

Is the mempool backlog driving up prices during this bump? (x-post /r/bitcoin)

Sounds odd, but hear me out on this one.
The mempool currently has nearly 70,000 transactions in it:
https://core.jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#24h
Usually, if there's a sudden spike in the price, you might expect to see people transferring coins to the exchanges to sell.
65K+ transactions could be a lot of BTC. If any significant amount of that is headed for exchanges then the mempool backlog would mean that there is less BTC available on the sell side than there normally would be under these conditions.
BCH is headed for a difficulty adjustment in a handful of hours, and at that point BTC will get a boost in hashrate and this mempool backlog may start to ease. Just food for thought.
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The connection between the size of the mempool and the price of bitcoin

So I have been noticing this for quite a while however I am not sure about it but whenever the size of the mempool increases, the price of bitcoin increases. Has anyone else noticed that?
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Market liquidity is drying up as people can't get their bitcoins on the exchanges pushing up prices which in turn encourages even more people to sell clogging up the mempool. No, miners are not making a real term profit from the current situation. How long before this bubble bursts

Market liquidity is drying up as people can't get their bitcoins on the exchanges pushing up prices which in turn encourages even more people to sell clogging up the mempool. No, miners are not making a real term profit from the current situation. How long before this bubble bursts submitted by jimukgb to btc [link] [comments]

The BTC price change +4%, but, while only one Bitcoin block mined last hour. So the mempool go high fast.

The BTC price change +4%, but, while only one Bitcoin block mined last hour. So the mempool go high fast. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Qtum leads the overall cryptocurrency breakout today! We also look into Bitcoin's Mempool and the correlation if any to price. Qtum is amazing today!

Qtum leads the overall cryptocurrency breakout today! We also look into Bitcoin's Mempool and the correlation if any to price. Qtum is amazing today! submitted by lando421 to Qtum [link] [comments]

Steam stop accepting Bitcoin (core), mempool clogging up, tx fee skyrocket, while the price of Bitcoin (core) still keep going up. This reminds me of the movie "The Big Short" ;) /r/btc

Steam stop accepting Bitcoin (core), mempool clogging up, tx fee skyrocket, while the price of Bitcoin (core) still keep going up. This reminds me of the movie submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Why is Bitcoin mempool empty? Bitcoin ATH, Mempool still small, BCD price pump, Fisking CSW - Off Chain Daily 2017.11.25 Bitcoin Cash Price, Bitcoin Mempool لماذا إزداد سعر البيتكوين كاش؟ لماذا الرسوم على البيتكوين عالية؟ 2x Mempool Attack or Savior from Bitcoin Cash EDA? Coinbase Criticized For Spamming Bitcoin Mempool, CEO Responds

When a Bitcoin transaction is transmitted to the network, it first gets verified by all of the Bitcoin nodes available (i.e. computers participating in the Bitcoin network).. After it successfully passes verification by a node, it sits inside that node’s “Unconfirmed Transactions” area called the “Mempool” (short for Memory Pool). What is the Bitcoin Mempool? The memory pool (Mempool) is a collection of unconfirmed transactions that await confirmation by all Bitcoin nodes. Think of it as a waiting area for unconfirmed transactions, and if the network is ever overloaded, the list can be quite long. Once it is confirmed, it is cemented into the blockchain and will remain there as long as the network is alive. A ... An open-source mempool visualizer and blockchain explorer for Bitcoin. Features real-time updates and live transaction tracking. Johoe's Bitcoin Mempool Statistics – – Period: This page displays the number and size of the unconfirmed bitcoin transactions, also known as the transactions in the mempool. It gives a real-time view and shows how the mempool evolves over the time. The transactions are colored by the amount of fee they pay per (virtual) byte. The data is generated from my full node and is updated every ... Correlation between Bitcoin price and its mempool size during 2019. Positive correlation in full-year periods When considering the relationship during each year instead of only analyzing the corrective periods, we find a clear trend and a positive correlation between the mempool size and Bitcoin’s price. Moreover, a high correlation is seen in 2017 (80.8%) and 2018 (72.2%), despite not being ...

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Why is Bitcoin mempool empty?

The Bitcoin mempool is the pool of unconfirmed Bitcoin transactions on the Bitcoin network. Once a Bitcoin transaction happens on Bitcoin’s blockchain, it is not immediately added; instead, it ... Bitcoin Cash Price, Bitcoin Mempool لماذا إزداد سعر البيتكوين كاش؟ لماذا الرسوم على البيتكوين عالية؟ لماذا الرسوم على ... 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 ... Coinbase Criticized For Spamming Bitcoin Mempool, CEO Responds Throughout the past week, Coinbase, the global cryptocurrency market’s largest brokerage and wallet platform valued at $1.6 billion ... This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue

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