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February 13, 2024

Bitcoin Ordinals Cumulative Fee Revenue Surpasses $300 Million, Reflects Growing Demand 

Bitcoin Ordinals Cumulative Fee Revenue Surpasses $300 Million, Reflects Growing Demand 

Bitcoin Ordinals’ cumulative fee revenue from transaction processing surpassed $300 million for the first time. According to data provided by Dune Analytics, the current count of processed transactions has reached 60,258,105, resulting in a cumulative fee income of around 6,131.78 Bitcoin, equivalent to $306.5 million.

The Ordinals Protocol enables users to embed various data types, including images and videos, into individual satoshis within the Bitcoin Blockchain. Ordinals Protocol, originating from developer Casey Rodarmor‘s concept, incorporates Ordinals, a numbering mechanism for satoshis, and Inscriptions for embedding satoshis with arbitrary content, establishing Bitcoin-native Digital Artifacts.

Additionally, Bitcoin Ordinals operate seamlessly without alterations to the Bitcoin protocol, eliminating the need for additional layers, and are designed to be backward compatible with the network.

Bitcoin Ordinals Cumulative Fee Revenue Surpasses $300 Million, Reflects Growing Demand 
Bitcoin Ordinals Cumulative Fee Revenue Surpasses $300 Million, Reflects Growing Demand 

Since Ordinals launch on the Bitcoin mainnet last year, a burgeoning community of users, developers, and enthusiasts has minted over 200,000 ordinal NFTs, reflecting a collective enthusiasm for the potential of native Bitcoin NFTs.

Currently, 94% of inscriptions predominantly consist of text, with the remaining 6% encompassing a diverse range of content types, including images, models, applications, videos, and other data.

Bitcoin Ordinals Cumulative Fee Revenue Surpasses $300 Million, Reflects Growing Demand 

Bitcoin Ordinals Follow Surge in Bitcoin Prices 

The Bitcoin Ordinals milestone signifies the first time where the cumulative fee revenue from Ordinals has surpassed $300 million. Notably, this achievement could potentially be linked to the recent surge in Bitcoin prices, surpassing the $50,000 range and reflecting a 4.2% increase over the 24-hour period as of the writing time.

The recent upswing follows heightened investor interest in Bitcoin ETFs and the anticipation surrounding the impending Bitcoin halving event slated for April 18, 2024. Historically, Bitcoin halving events have been associated with positive market sentiment, often leading to sustained increases in Bitcoin’s value.

Furthermore, the transaction fees linked to Ordinals activity on the Bitcoin chain present a significant revenue opportunity for miners, especially advantageous post-halving as it is expected as there will be a reduction in block rewards coupled with an increase in the mining difficulty of the Bitcoin network. To date, miners have received over $200 million in transaction fees related to Bitcoin Ordinals, accounting for approximately 20% of their total revenue from transactions involving these assets, according to the Grayscale report.

The new milestone of Bitcoin Ordinals in cumulative fee revenue marks a significant development in the realm of native Bitcoin NFTs, reflecting market dynamics and the growing demand for this digital asset. 

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Alisa is a reporter for the Metaverse Post. She focuses on investments, AI, metaverse, and everything related to Web3. Alisa has a degree in Business of Art and expertise in Art & Tech. She has developed her passion for journalism through writing for VCs, notable crypto projects, and scientific writing. You can contact her at [email protected]

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Alisa Davidson

Alisa is a reporter for the Metaverse Post. She focuses on investments, AI, metaverse, and everything related to Web3. Alisa has a degree in Business of Art and expertise in Art & Tech. She has developed her passion for journalism through writing for VCs, notable crypto projects, and scientific writing. You can contact her at [email protected]

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