Today I talked about bitcoin metrics, measurements to track in order to evaluate the health of the network and the price of Bitcoin. I demystified the metrics that I hear thrown around and we talked about what was valuable and what metrics are totally bogus. No Market Minute on this episode, I’m planning to out a seperate Market Minute episode on Wednesday.
Price and Volume
Cryptowatch – compare price, moving averages, etc. of various coins.
CoinMarketCap – Price Market Cap, 24 hour volume, rankings (which don’t matter)
Clark Moody Tickers – compare exchange prices in real time
Peer to Peer
Fork.lol – network data comparison between Bitcoin and B-cash. Has good information on difficulty and average transaction fees.
CoreFeeHelper – Hourly updated twitter feed with good suggested fee estimation
Mayer Multiple – Current price divided by 200 day moving average. Indicator of over/under-value compared to historical price.
Github Repo – stats on updates to the code
Bitcoin Development Visualization