Bitcoin Market Statistics

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Bitcoin Forecast

Long Term & Short Term Forecast

Bitcoin Price Forecasts

Bitcoin Price Predictions

Important: Bitcoin Transaction Fees

(1) Bitcoin Fee Estimation for a given number of Blocks

(2) Current Fastest and Cheapest Transaction Fees (given as satoshis/byte or BTC/byte):
  • This fee is the lowest fee to ensure zero delay, which means the transaction will likely be confirmed with the next Block that could take around 5-15 minutes. 
  • If you are not in a hurry for an immediate confirmation, you can experiment with a fee lower than this rate. However, dropping the fee below 50% of this rate could cause long delays.
(3) Current Cheapest Possible Transaction Fees (given as satoshis/byte and BTC/KB):
  • This is the lowest possible fee to get a transaction confirmed within a few Blocks and within about 30 minutes. 
  • However, depending on the network congestion, payment confirmation could delay for several hours and up to 10 to 25 Blocks. 
  • Also please note that any lower fee than this could result in quite unpredictable confirmations that could take far too long.
(Note: Many wallets use satoshis-per-kilobyte or bitcoins-per-kilobyte, so you may need to convert units).

Bitcoin Volatility

Volatility is the mathematical measure of the potential size of likely price fluctuations. A 2% daily fluctuation of a major currency may shock the markets, but a 4% daily fluctuation in Bitcoin is considered normal.

Price fluctuations in the Bitcoin spot rate on the Bitcoin exchanges is driven by many factors. Volatility is measured in traditional markets by the Volatility Index, also known as the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX). Volatility in Bitcoin does not yet have a generally accepted index since cryptocurrency as an asset class is still in its nascent stages, but we do know that Bitcoin is capable of volatility in the form of 10x changes in price versus the U.S. dollar, in a relatively short period of time.

Bitcoin volatility explained

The Bitcoin Volatility Index - Used for tracking the Bitcoin price volatility in US dollars over different periods of time

Global Bitcoin Price Index (GBX) - Comprises many currency markets

TradeBlock’s XBX Index - A real-time, USD-equivalent spot rate for bitcoin calculated once every second based on leading bitcoin exchanges

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