Bitcoin Ordinal Inscriptions, digital assets akin to NFTs inscribed on a satoshi, have been flooding the Bitcoin network with transactions, pushing it to an all-time high. While miners enjoy record-breaking profits from the fees generated, a surprising negative correlation has emerged between the number of transactions and active addresses. What does this mean for the future of the Bitcoin network and these intriguing Bitcoin Ordinals? Uncover the unexpected consequences and predictions in our exclusive Alpha content...
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