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August 24, 2017, 10:48:38 AM
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So how much money is actually invested in a coin on a daily basis. Marketcap does not show it it just shows if existing coins traded higher or lower not how much new capital was injected.
After Bitcoin forked i looked at how much Money goes to Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash or other projects. It shows how much the miners/supernodes or owner received. Thats what it looks like so far:



A bit easier on the eyes.





Ripple
The total is established by how many coins sold at what price. The total is the highest as most sales would have been in bulk lots. Correct numbers gives sales tax records.

Dash
Only the miners reward from 80% down to current 45% is added as it is the only new investment. Masternodes is just the same re-invest, re-invest.........

Nem
Supernodes reward is added as it more or less does the same thing than bitcoin miners by giving the chain security. The coins exist, but are reserved. About 700 supernodes exist. Technically all could be one entity.

Dogecoin
With the high reward and high price at beginning the total miners received is high, but new money flowing in is low.

IOTA
Not considered because the controlling super note is closed source.
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August 31, 2017, 02:24:45 PM
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Where I can find stats like this? Is there a website with this charts or you making them by yourself?


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August 31, 2017, 04:10:04 PM
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Where I can find stats like this? Is there a website with this charts or you making them by yourself?

There is no mystery to it. For example Bitcoin mined    152 Blocks last 24h each one is 12.5 BTC, makes it 1900 new coins last 24h.
Miners must recoup investments and running expenses. So more or less $8,934,226.6 USD of new money has been found to pay miners and everything else associated with generating a new coin. A average of say a months period is far more telling than marketcap.

Dogecoin is a good example, in the early crazy days miners reward was huge and so was price thats why a total of $112,450,599 was paid to miners, but only $24,858 for the past month on average per day.

Monero paid a total  of $60,620,373 to miners (which requires new money) and on average $338,447 daily in August. (last 24h 712 Blocks, 6.54 XMR for each block)
 

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September 01, 2017, 05:45:51 AM
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Bitcoin Cash is now a Month old and there where some turbulent times in Bitcoin land. It seems it is settling down now.
Todays surprise is Etherum Classic not sure why it lost almost 50% hashrate
I split it in two halfs





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