This post contains the following items:
- Launch of Historical Prices for CM Reference Rates
- Release of CM Reference Rates Methodology v1.1
- Insights and Background on the changes included in the new methodology
- Kraken duplicate trades issue
- Publication of the CM Reference Rate Methodology online
Coin Metrics is excited to announce its free weekly newsletter: State of the Network.
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State of the Network features weekly deep dives on interesting data-related topics, network (on-chain) data insights, and market data insights for many of the top crypto assets all informed by our own data. Read more
Coin Metrics recently released version 3.0 of our CM Network Data Pro product. This release includes many new assets, including XRP. When Coin Metrics adds support for any new asset, we do a deep dive into its digital ledger to gain a full comprehension of the ledger and identify any unique behaviors that may affect the creation of our data. For XRP, that meant evaluating its supply schedule and escrow system. Read more
When we set up Coin Metrics in early 2017, the vision was to create and share methods to extract data from blockchains and other public crypto networks, and to use the resultant data to demystify the economics of these networks. Read more
Recently, it was brought to our attention that our figures for transaction count and transaction volume for ERC-20 tokens were quite significantly different from those of Etherscan.io. We looked in to this and realized that we were undercounting these figures – dramatically in some cases.
If you’re firing up Coinmetrics for the first time in a while, you’ll notice a trove of new content. Here I’ll give a little bit of detail into how you can use these indicators and incorporate them into your investment strategy.
Cryptoasset investors often speak of investing based on “fundamentals” rather than hype, sentiment, or technical analysis. However the analytic infrastructure for a rigorous understanding of a cryptoasset’s value relative to another is virtually nonexistent. Equity investors have had 80 years to mull over and refine Graham and Dodd’s principles of value investing, but digital currency investors have had no such privilege.