Bitcoin cruises over an important milestone on June 15th achieving over a million daily active addresses (DAA) as per CoinMetrics.io data. A number that counts the number of unique “from” or “to” addresses used per day.
Notably, the said number is one that wasn’t observed since November 27, 2017. Kevin Rooke noticed the move and Tweeted:
When Bitcoin first broke 1 million active addresses (Nov 27, 2017), 1 BTC was $9,352 and the median tx fee was $3.23. Yesterday 1 BTC was $8,230 and the median tx fee was $1.33.
"nOboDY uSeS BiTcOin"
— Kevin Rooke (@kerooke) June 15, 2019
Though DAA isn’t a major pointer, it’s an important metric which shows actual, unique transfers separate from the various direct transfers to and from bigger exchanges. Looking over there are a million unique addresses transacting on the blockchain is probably great for bitcoin.