Bitcoin Transaction Monitor

Whenever you, an exchange or somebody else sends a Bitcoin transaction, it gets broadcasted to all nodes in the Bitcoin network. Each broadcast transaction is represented by a dot on the scatterplot below. The transactions are arranged on the x-axis by the time of arrival at my Bitcoin node. The y-axis represents the feerate (fee per size) the transaction pays.

The plot reveals activity patterns of wallets, exchanges and users transacting on the Bitcoin network. Some patterns are only visible on certain days or at certain times. To reduce the noise you can apply filters, set the dot radius and highlight transactions based on their properties. Additionally feerate estimates from various sources can be overlayed. Hovering over a transaction reveals more information about that transaction, and clicking opens a new tab with the transaction in a blockchain explorer.

I've written a FAQ addressing some additional questions you might have.

Bitcoin transactions plotted by arrival time x feerate
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The radius is calculated based on transaction vsize.


No transactions are highlighted.

Feerate Estimator

No feerate estimator overlayed.


You can filter out transactions based on their properties. By default, all filters are inactive, which results in all transaction being shown.