The sum count of unique addresses holding at least X native units as of the end of that day. Only native units are considered (e.g., an address with less than X ETH but with more than X in ERC-20 tokens would not be considered).
These metrics provide a count of addresses with balance by equal or higher than a native unit threshold
The state of the ledger is the one at the last available block for that day.
Only the native units balance is considered, L2 tokens (ERC-20, etc..) are not taken into account.
The computation uses greater than or equal comparison: owning exactly 1 native unit qualifies an address for AdrBalNtv1Cnt
For XRP, escrowed amounts are not taken into account.
This metric is not available for assets that have full privacy, like Monero, Grin.
For assets that have opt-in privacy features, like ZCash, it only takes the non-private activities into account.
Released in the 4.0 release of NDP
This is a potent set of metrics which can elucidate the dispersion of ownership of the address space in a cryptocurrency. The trend can demonstrate whether or not a cryptocurrency is in a concentrative or distributive phase. It should be noted that supply is arbitrary, and for large-cap assets varies between tens of millions to hundreds of billions; so unit dispersion is often not directly comparable between chains. Put otherwise: it is cheaper to accumulate addresses with 100 XRP than 100 BTC since those are so different in fiat terms. This metric can also be gamed to a degree by adding dust to many thousands of addresses.
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