Bitcoins aren't consumed, so saying that because 67 times more of them are moved around than were produced in a day is errornous.
They are not consumed, but the extra swapping needs overhead. This is in the form of financial liquidity, which attracts with it opportunity benefits proportional to price.
For all that is known, that could be one bitcoin moved from person to person 670,000 times.
What you don't know, is that my quoted volume was for USD/BTC trades for each day. Those trades carry a 0.6% tax. I suppose that person would pay 92500$ a day just so his one bitcoin is worth 20 times it's cost to make...