Is there a way to find and plot every transaction fee ever paid on the blockchain/bitcoin?
I have read about transaction fees:
Though the average Bitcoin transaction may be around $25, for example, the median is closer to what most users will likely need to pay.
At that rate, if you want to send a transaction right away, the fastest transaction fee is currently around 102 satoshis/byte, according to bitcoinfees.earn. For a median transaction size of 224 bytes, this results in a fee of 22,848 satoshis, or $11. If you don’t mind waiting roughly a half hour, the price would be 83 satoshis/byte, or about $9. The price continues to slide down from there if you’re willing to wait even longer.
So this gives very useful info, but if I want to see the distribution of all historical transaction fees on the blockchain, how could I do that?
Also, because the value of bitcoin has changed a great deal over the past several years, it would be sensible to measure the transaction fees in USD equivalent (like the article does).
Is this easy to do (or even possible at all)?