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Transactions vary a lot in data size, so it's usually more useful to compare the feerates of transactions rather than absolute fees. For example, a transaction that batches fifty payments may pay the same feerate, but a significantly higher fee, while still having a lower fee per payment than a transaction that performs a single payment. You may find this ...


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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? The information doesn't look useful. Distribution of fee rates used by unconfirmed transactions can be checked on many websites like https://mempool.space/ https://mempool.observer/ https://btc.bitaps.com/ Fees ...


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The transaction fees can be calculated by subtracting each transaction's inputs from its outputs – that difference is the fee. I would guess your best bet is to clone Bitcoin Core, download the entire blockchain, and start parsing the data yourself. If that sounds like too much, I would start here and then ask another question once you get a full node up and ...


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