Our Bitcoin schema includes both raw UTXO data and ordinal inscriptions.
Bitcoin UTXO, short for Unspent Transaction Output, represents a specific amount of bitcoin that has been sent to a recipient and not yet spent.
When a new transaction occurs, it references and consumes specific UTXOs as inputs and creates new UTXOs as outputs.
The satoshi is the smallest denomination of the cryptocurrency bitcoin. In each Bitcoin, there are 100 million satoshis.
Ordinals are a numbering scheme for satoshis that allows tracking and transferring individual sats.
Bitcoin holders can “inscribe” their satoshis permanently with unique digital content of up to 4 megabytes, following the Taproot Bitcoin protocol update in 2021.
As a result, can inscribe assets such as NFTs to each satoshi with the ordinal numbers as an identifier, introducing NFTs on the Bitcoin network.
- Ordinals Coverage:Inscription✅BRC-20✅
- Coming soon: ORC-20
Our Bitcoin NFT data is enriched with ordinals inscription, showing buyer/seller addresses as well as collection and inscription data in sales.