About Bitcoin Metadata
The Bitcoin Metadata dataset by Blockchain provides 23 fundamental metadata of Bitcoin directly fetched from the Bitcoin blockchain. The data starts in January 2009 and delivered on a daily frequency. This dataset contains mining statistics like hash rate and miner revenue; transaction metadata like transaction per block, transaction fee, and number of addresses; and blockchain metadata like blockchain size and block size.
Blockchain is a website that publishes data related to Bitcoin. It has been online since 2011 and publishes the Bitcoin Metadata history back to 2009.
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The Bitcoin Metadata dataset enables you to incorporate metadata from the Bitcoin blockchain into your strategies. Examples include the following strategies:
- Comparing mining and transaction statistics to provide insight on the supply-demand relationship of the Bitcoin blockchain service.
- Measuring the activity and popularity of the Bitcoin blockchain to predict the price movements of the Cryptocurrency.
Using Bitcoin Metadata dataset in the QuantConnect Cloud for your backtesting and live trading purposes.
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