This chart shows the Monero's supposed fair price, judging by the number of transactions it has each day
on. Higher transaction count means the coin is being increasingly
used, and since Metcalfe's Law proposes that more information being exchanged in a network means the
network itself should be worth more, it also means the coin should
increase in price. This was calculated as "how much Monero should be worth if it was a part of Bitcoin's
network?" The answear is that Monero should be worth as much
as its transactions represent as a percentage of Bitcoin's own transactions, but considering both coins'
supplies. The formula is XMR-Supply*XMR-Tx/(BTC-Tx*BTC-Supply);