Coin Metrics is pleased to announce the release of exchange and exchange-asset volume data in our Network Data Charting Tool!
Coin Metrics collects trades data in real-time from a variety of exchanges across our market data exchange universe. In order to make this data more accessible for researchers, we aggregate that data into various market metrics, such as volume and open interest.
We previously only served this data through our timeseries/exchange-metrics and our timeseries/exchange-asset-metrics API endpoints, but now users can visualize our metrics at the exchange and exchange-asset level directly through our front end.
Our Network Data Charting Tool was first introduced for easy exploration of our network (on-chain data), and last year our coverage expanded to include volume metrics aggregated at the asset level across our exchange universe (see below).
With this new release, users can now go to our Assets > Exchanges section to select specific exchanges. Then by navigating to the Metrics page, users can select our volume metrics to draw comparisons of volumes across their selected exchanges (see below).
Users can also go to our Assets > Exchanges-Assets section to select specific exchanges-asset pairings. Then by navigating to the Metrics page, users can select our volume metrics to draw comparisons of volumes across their selected exchange-asset pairings (see below).
HOW TO ACCESS
All users with a Visualization API key can access this data through our front-end tools. However, in order to access this data directly via API, users require a license for Market Data Feed. If you are interested in Market Data Feed please feel free to reach out.
ABOUT CM MARKET DATA FEED
The CM Market Data Feed provides access to historical and real-time data from the world’s leading spot and derivatives crypto exchanges. Our coverage universe currently consists of 3,117 assets, 38 exchanges, 17,250 spot markets, 9,139 futures markets, 45,309 options markets, 3,573 pairs, and one institution. We offer a wide range of harmonized datasets such as trades, candles, order book snapshots, futures-specific data types, options-specific data types, market data metrics, and more. More detailed and up-to-date information can be found at the Coin Metrics Knowledge Base.