Addresses (Cryptocurrency addresses) are used to receive and send transactions on the network. An address is a string of alphanumeric characters, but can also be represented as a scannable QR code.

Bitcoin’s Long-Term Address Activity Rebounding, Signaling a Breakout sign
On-Chain metrics provider Santiment noted that BTC long-term address activity surged to levels witnessed in mid-April, which could signal a breakout.
Active Bitcoin Addresses Hit a 14-Month Low as Long-Term BTC Holders Continue Accumulating
The number of active BTC addresses reached a 14-month low of 43,639.482, as revealed by on-chain metrics provider Glassnode.
Number of Bitcoin Addresses with Non-Zero Balances Hits ATH
More people flock to Bitcoin as the number of address with non-zero balances hits a new all-time high.
Ethereum Sustains Price Above Key Support Level as Addresses With 1+ Coins Hit ATH
Ethereum is trading above the $1,800 support level as its bull run is currently fueled by retail holders.
Non-Zero Bitcoin Addresses Reach an All-Time High, What Does This Mean for BTC?
New on-chain data from Glassnode has revealed that there are now more non-zero Bitcoin (BTC) addresses. What does this mean?
Bitcoin Network Breaks Record With 22.3 Million Unique BTC Addresses in January
The Bitcoin network was busy in January with over 22.3 million active BTC addresses sending or receiving the cryptocurrency.
Ethereum Recording Massive Retail Storm As Number of Ethereum Addresses Hit Another ATH
The total number of Ethereum addresses holding at least 0.1 ETH surges to a new high, a day after setting the milestone.
Know Your Bitcoin Address: Differences between Legacy, Nested SegWit and Native SegWit formats
There are currently three types of Bitcoin address formats: Legacy, Nested SegWit and Native SegWit. Do you know the difference between the three formats?
Bitcoin Addresses with more than $1 Million Go Parabolic
Onchain data provider Glassnode has revealed that BTC addresses holding more than $1 million increased by 150% to 66,540.
Blockchain Startup Developed Solution to Crypto's Irreversible Transaction Problem
An Israeli startup has developed a new technology that could prevent the loss of funds caused by human error when sending Bitcoins or other digital assets. The mistake is common as wallet addresses are represented by a unique and random string of alphanumeric characters.

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