The massive rise in Bitcoin prices last year has piqued a lot of interest in how this cryptocurrency works. Potential buyers or researchers have always been looking for data points driving Bitcoin prices, though it might get intimidating to find all the statistics in one place. Bitcoin Visuals, however, is looking to change all of that with a comprehensive offering of stats covering various aspects of the digital currency in a cool way.
What is Bitcoin Visuals?
Bitcoin Visuals’ mission statement is to become the go-to resource for Bitcoin data and visualizations on the internet. The site claims that it is different from the other sites out there because they focus on more than just one aspect of Bitcoin.
The website homepage greets the visitor with a whole lot of options to explore. For instance, you can get a massive amount of information about the Lightning Network, which is a secondary layer on top of the Bitcoin blockchain that’s used to process transactions in a fast and cheap manner.
Clicking on the Lightning Network option will send you to a page with a variety of charts. These charts display information such as the number of nodes on the Lightning Network, the number of channels, the network capacity, and many more. The site also gives detailed information about other important aspects of Bitcoin such as transaction fees.
Apart from these, Bitcoin Visuals also provides staple data such as the price, volume, and capitalization, among others. But a cool chart that you might want to check out is the one showing the growth in the number of cryptocurrencies in the market. There were just 1,492 cryptocurrencies traded at the beginning of February this year, but the number has now grown to 1,629.
Why Bitcoin Visuals?
Bitcoin Visuals’ mission statement mentions that the website will remain free and open. What’s more, visitors can download each chart on the website in both data and image formats. This makes it easier for the entire community of researchers, developers, as well as the general public to use the website according to their needs, while furthering the website’s goal of becoming a comprehensive provider of Bitcoin data and visuals.