Tanay is a Research Analyst at Coin Metrics, fascinated by crypto networks and applications. He leverages Coin Metrics’ data to contribute to long-form research. Prior to Coin Metrics, he worked in Fintech and studied Finance and analytics at Northeastern University.
Zooming Out: A datonomy Update
In this issue of Coin Metrics’ State of the Network, we leverage datonomy—a classification system for digital assets to zoom out and gauge the ecosystem and its underlying trends from a broader lens.
A Claim in the Ether: Tracking the Soaring Demand for Ethereum Staking
The queue to become an Ethereum validator is rising to new heights. In this edition of State of the Network, [...]
Maker’s Dai Dilemma
Maker is one of the oldest DeFi protocols and the creator of Dai—the largest crypto-backed stablecoin by market capitalization ($4.7 [...]
Reviewing Ethereum’s Shapella Upgrade
In this week’s State of the Network, we analyze the network impacts and economic ramifications of the Shapella upgrade through the [...]
An Introduction to Liquid Staking
In this issue of State of the Network, we discuss the need for liquid staking — which allows users to [...]
Decentralized Exchanges Four Months After FTX
Using data from Coin Metrics’ DEX data feed, we examine the underlying activity on Uniswap and Sushiswap to understand usage [...]
DeFi & Real World Assets: An Introduction to Goldfinch Finance
A crucial step in the evolution of DeFi is its intersection with Real-World-Assets (RWAs). In this issue of State of the Network, we [...]