Please correct me if I'm wrong, but that table says nothing more than 55% of Bitcoin addresses don't have any BTC in them. In other words, they were wallets that were created and never filled, or created, filled and emptied. Pretty sure four or more of them are mine. That was the whole point - it's a transitory, untraceable currency where these random-ass numbers equal money and you shouldn't hold onto those random-ass numbers for too long because then you're more likely to lose the money in them and any transaction fee is greater than zero.
I mean insomniasexx - how many wallets an hour are you generating at this point? And ETH is the #2 crypto, not the #1.