Since 2014, Cryptowatch charts have served traders with robust data from across the crypto ecosystem, integrated with technical analysis tools, alerts, and trade execution across exchanges.
Today, we’re happy to announce that we’re expanding the capability of our charts to also include blockchain data – like mining hash rate, transaction fee metrics or on-chain transfer volume – for Bitcoin and Ethereum.
We’ve integrated data from Coin Metrics so you can view 45 different on-chain metrics in the distinctive Cryptowatch chart format you know and love – with TA and drawing tools at your disposal. Data for each metric updates daily, so these charts are best viewed in mountain or line style rather than candlestick.
As with any Cryptowatch chart, you can layer over technical analysis indicators like moving averages, add drawings or even paste Tweet stickers on your charts. Alerts are not supported now for blockchain metrics, but are in the works along with support for more blockchains in a future Cryptowatch Web release.
You can quickly find any metric just by searching for it in the search bar.
For more detail on each of these metrics, check out our documentation on blockchain metrics. Here’s the full list of data points supported for Bitcoin and Ethereum by category:
|Market-Value-to-Realized-Value (MVRV) Ratio||BTC|
|Market Cap (in USD)||BTC||ETH|
|Realized Market Cap (in USD)||BTC|
|30 Days Volatility||BTC||ETH|
|60 Days Volatility||BTC||ETH|
|180 Days Volatility||BTC||ETH|
|Mean Transaction Fee (in native units)||BTC||ETH|
|Mean Transaction Fee (in USD)||BTC||ETH|
|Median Transaction Fee (in USD)||BTC||ETH|
|Total Fees (in native units)||BTC||ETH|
|Total Fees (in USD)||BTC||ETH|
|Number of Transactions||BTC||ETH|
|Number of Transfers||BTC||ETH|
|Native Units Transferred||BTC||ETH|
|Native Units Transferred (in USD)||BTC||ETH|
|Native Units Transferred -adjusted metric||BTC||ETH|
|Native Units Transferred (in USD) – adjusted metric||BTC||ETH|
What on-chain metrics or blockchains do you want to see added to Cryptowatch next? Let us know by tagging us @cryptowat_ ch on Twitter.
The Cryptowatch Team