Hi San Clan! Here’s just a few things we’ve added to the Santiment platform over the last month.
New on SANgraphs: Withdrawal Address Metrics
Catch incoming dumps or long-term shifts in speculative activity
We’re expanding our on-chain coverage of crypto exchanges with 4 new metrics dedicated to withdrawal addresses and their network activity.
Investigating withdrawal addresses can help you spot dump preparations, analyze the levels of speculative interest in a project and much more.
Learn how to use our new metrics in your everyday market analysis here.
New on SANgraphs: % of Token Supply on Exchanges
Spot major trend reversals in exchange-based coins
We’ve added a new companion to our Exchange Flow metrics, which calculates the % change of token supply across all exchange wallets.
This chart adds additional context to elevated token movement, and how it specifically relates to exchange-centric activity.
This same pattern of a major shift in holder behaviour following a spike (or dip) in exchange-based coins shows up over and over: you can see it here in MITH, REP, and even our own SAN token!
New on SANgraphs: Top holders for all ERC-20 projects
Detailed historical data on anywhere from 5 to 100 top token holders
We’re giving Etherscan a run for their money with our new set of metrics on top holders for all ERC-20 tokens in our database.
See complete historical data for anywhere between 5 and 100 top token holders, split into exchange and non-exchange wallets for additional insights.
Fully analyze all changes in top holders over time, with detailed info on addresses leaving/entering top holder positions, their current & previous balances, ranks and more!
P.S. The top token holders is a very deep, sometimes complex set of data – and we’ve only just scratched the surface. We’re eager to hear your feedback and ideas on how to improve it in the future! Get in touch on our Discord (look for the #product_development channel).
New on SANgraphs: ERC-20 Holder Distribution
Analyze the token spread of any ERC-20 project!
You can now see how many addresses hold (or have held) what amount of any ERC-20 coin in our database, from the ICO until today.
The amounts range from [0 – 0.001] coins to [10m-∞] coins, with both absolute and relative values plotted on the graphs.
For example, the second graph above shows Maker’s relative holder distribution over time. We can see a pretty healthy spread of coin amounts across all network addresses:
- 18.9% own 0 and 0.0001 MKR
- 14.2% own 0.01-0.1 MKR
- 23% own 0.1-1 MKR
- 24% own 1-10 MKR
- …and so on
This is a great tool for gauging if (and by how much) a token is more distributed or concentrated, which can have a big impact on its price action over time.
(P.S. keep coming back – we’ll have a blog post on that very topic in the next few days!)