Top 5 Sources for Bitcoin Analytics

Buy Bitcoin Worldwide

Buy Bitcoin Worldwide is a multifaceted site whose purpose may be summarized in the words of its founder, Jordan Tuwiner: “We understand that buying bitcoins can be extremely confusing and frustrating. We've been helping people learn about Bitcoin since 2015!”

To see Bitcoin’s price, block height, time since the last block, and stats around current difficulty, check out the site’s page dedicated to tracking Bitcoin.

Coingecko (market data)

Coingecko displays live market data for thousands of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin. If you click on ‘Bitcoin’, you’ll be taken to a page that shows you all the information you’d want about Bitcoin’s market attributes: market capitalization, 24-hour trading volume, fully diluted valuation, circulation supply, total supply, and maximum supply. The Bitcoin page on Coingecko also offers links to Bitcoin wallets, community sites (such as Reddit and Facebook), and the source code. Below all of this text information, Coingecko offers a chart section that the user can play with to track Bitcoin’s price, market capitalization, and trading ratios over various time intervals.

TradingView (crypto trading analysis)

TradingView offers charting tools that traders like to use for quick decisions. In addition, the site provides ‘trade ideas’, ‘educational ideas’, and other ‘editors’ picks’ that a trader may read in order to make informed decisions.

TradingView’s Bitcoin page has its own ‘Ideas’ section, as well as ‘Overview’, ‘News’, and ‘Technicals’. ‘Technicals’ displays various gauges that suggest whether Bitcoin is a ‘buy’ or ‘sell’ asset given a particular timeframe. 

TradingView is perfect for anyone who loves digging into the numbers of day trading.

CoinTracker (portfolio management)

Although I’d recommend sticking only to Bitcoin, if you do happen to have an entire crypto portfolio, CoinTracker is the software for you. It integrates with exchanges such as Coinbase, Coinbase Pro, Binance US, and Binance. It also integrates with wallets such as Trezor, Phantom, MetaMask, and Coinbase Wallet. 

Importantly, CoinTracker offers you guidance in crypto taxes. 

CoinTracker’s Crypto Portfolio Assistant comes in two packages: Enthusiast ($14/month) and Pro ($99/month). The Assistant software monitors your crypto performance over time into slices of your choosing. You will also see total and unrealized performance over the selected time intervals.

CryptoQuant (data analytics)

CryptoQuant is a data analytics tool that offers live market data, exchange activity, on-chain data, and statistics on mining and derivatives. 

On the site’s Bitcoin page, there is a section called ‘Comment by CryptoQuant’, which offers market commentary. For example, on November 25th, a community member wrote about BTC mining company Core Scientific: “According to CoinDesk, BTC mining giant Giant Core Scientific wrote an article saying it would run out of cash at the end of the year, which would be the reason to cash in on its own BTC.

The price of shares in mining companies already listed on NASDAQ is losing -90% compared to November 2021.”

The ‘Exchange’ section of CryptoQuant is important to keep an eye on, especially given the recent FTX implosion. If you see assets fleeing a particular exchange, you ought to consider taking your own assets off the exchange.

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