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Bitcoin’s dilution-adjusted price

Bitcoin dilution adjusted price

This chart is the Bitcoin historically adjusted price taking into account lost coins and inflation effects of new coins mined into existence, if you were to treat bitcoin like a company. (Yes we are very close to an all time high.)

I thought it would be fun to plot this after reading Vinny Lingham’s post on deconstructing Bitcoin’s marketcap. Lingham reasons that since more coins are mined into existence daily, this has the effect of a continual stock split. All stock charts we see on Wall Street correct for this dilution effect so we can compare today’s price with past prices never mind the actual number of shares in existence. In this plot, we are assuming approximately 2.5m coins have been lost.

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Analysis of Dash’s valuation as a function of transaction volume

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Dash’s focus is a payment network so transaction turnover will be key. Let’s run some numbers to figure out transaction turnover and market cap valuations…

This is Bitcoin’s transaction turnover as a function of their market cap:

Bitcoin transaction turnover vs market capSource: https://twitter.com/dangermouse117/status/771387879117430784
Source Data: http://bit.ly/2ccjMDI

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