The data shows that the number of Bitcoin days destroyed in recent days hit a new high of 153 million in half a year.

On August 5th, the recent coinages destroyed (coindays destroyed) hit a new high of 153 million in half a year, second only to December's 234 million in December 2018. The coin-day destruction number is a unique technical parameter of the virtual digital coin, indicating that there is a huge amount of old coins transferred in the chain, and the calculation formula is: the number of coins held X the number of days of holding coins.