1. Charting Overview

The past is a mirror of the future.

We know that most CryptoQuant users leverage our service to monitor data on our overview charts. To support your data-driven investment, we updated CryptoQuant with improved data-loading latency, developed new features, and improved general UI.

πŸ“ 4 Tips to use the Chart better

  1. Select asset type CryptoQuant offers various assets, including BTC, ETH, Stablecoins, and ERC20 Tokens. You can view the same metric in other assets by selecting the asset type.

  2. Use Dashboard and Alerts

    To save you time, CryptoQuant offers personal dashboards. You can quickly check your favorite charts that you view the most and curate them on the Dashboard by customized order and size. You can also get real-time data updates when you are not unable to monitor the data by setting custom alert features.


  3. Customize the chart Some data gives a more precise trend direction by moving averages, so we integrated SMA and EMA in the overview chart. SMA is a Simple Moving Average of the closing price of the {n-day/hour/block}. EMA is the Exponential Moving Average of the closing price of the {n-day/hour/block}. EMA applies more weight to data that is more current.

    In addition, now you can easily select entity, resolution, scale, and chart type in the chart you are monitoring. Your customized settings will also be applied and stored to the personal dashboard when you add them directly.

  4. Adjust the time period CryptoQuant now offers full history of the data to all paid plan subscribed users. You can now highlight and scroll over the exact period to drill down and analyze specific time-series.


Note on Possible Delay

Please note that end-of-day data of exchange/miner/inter-entity flow will be ready to serve from UTC 00:00 AM that may take up to an hour. Since block confirmation takes time due to the nature of the blockchain, blocks created before 00:00 AM are reflected in the calculation sequentially. The block confirmation time varies from time to time, so the safe time to query the endpoint for a full day would be an hour after the day. (i.e., UTC 1:00AM) Note that Top 10 data will return null until the block confirmation is complete. Search more on CryptoQuant's API docs Time convention

Combining blockchain data with our labeling addresses takes between 1 and 5 minutes. Therefore, to get the latest data points safely, we recommend you to request data after 10 minutes.

Further Notice

  1. More details are in CryptoQuant Charts

  2. The content is for informational purposes only, you should not construe any such information or other material as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice

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