It depends on what you want.
If you want to know the amount of currency that has been available for miners to bring into circulation (the "210000-1 blocks of 50 BTC, then 210000 blocks of 25 BTC, then 210000 blocks of 12.5 BTC, ..." rule), the answer is no, there is no RPC that computes this. It's easy to do yourself, though.
If you want to compute ...
Addresses are not stored on the blockchain in the typical format (Base58 or Bech32). They are stored as ScriptPubKeys.
To update each address, you would have to run getblock and parse each output's ScriptPubKey to an address and then find the Address of each input and remove those.
Bitcoin does track the existence of every currently existing coin in what's ...
For anyone else finding this, and the problem was NOT a typo like in the accepted answer:
The issue for me was simply that I had my conf file in the wrong location.
I installed this on Ubuntu 20.04 and saved the conf file in /.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf, but it was looking in /home/user, which was actually ~.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf.
Saving the conf file in the ...