Ever wondered which country is running the most nodes on the Bitcoin network? Well here’s your answer. Research from cryptocurrency and blockchain analytics firm DataLight shows just how geographically distributed the Bitcoin network is. As of February 24, 2019, nearly three-quarters of all Bitcoin nodes were located in just 10 countries, the research shows. The US leads the pack with over 2,625 nodes, followed by Germany and France with 2016 and 698 respectively. Incredibly, these three countries are responsible for over 50 percent of all operational Bitcoin nodes. This might come as a surprise to some as earlier research from…

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