IntoTheBlock analytics now available in BLOCKONOMIST

Blockonomist and IntoTheBlock partner to bring interesting Blockchain Analytics for Bitcoin to its users.

Blockonomist, an integrated platform that covers a wide variety of content including news, insights, events, and educational articles for some of the most popular crypto-assets is aiming to become one of the most trusted sites in the industry. By publishing high-quality content, Blockonomist is pacing to become a matured financial analytics platform for its audience.

Today, Blockonomist has released a new section that offers a set of analytics for Bitcoin provided by IntoTheBlock, completely free to all Blockonomist users. These are analytics will complement the analyses that their users can find in the hundreds of articles published by their team, allowing them to understand how the activity behind BTC’s network develops and behaves. When readers scroll through their homepage, they will see a dashboard with some of IntoTheBlock’s most popular metrics. This dashboard is divided into two sections: The Token Summary displays, as the name implies, a quick view of fundamental indicators for Bitcoin based on blockchain, price, social and other datasets on top of which statistical and machine learning models have been applied. The Signals section contains momentum signals based on IntoTheBlock’s underlying indicators.

For those readers interested in a more detailed analysis, the “Dive Deeper” buttons redirect them to the IntoTheBlock Platform with access to a portfolio of over 120 intelligent signals about traditional crypto assets, specific markets such as DeFi, and event price-prediction models.

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Publication date: 
09/15/2021 - 15:07
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