Creating the Informational Edge in Ethereum Token Investing

Cryptocurrencies and the blockchains associated with them have the opportunity to give savvy investors a new informational edge rooted in blockchain analysis. With the Ethereum One data feed, SixJupiter seeks to make empower cryptocurrency investors with this informational edge.

Ethereum One Data Feed

Below is a summary of the data points included in SixJupiter's Ethereum One data feed. As always, please contact us if you have any questions.

  • Starting Point: August 2018
  • Update Frequency: Daily
  • Delivery Format: Any of the following: FTP server, AWS S3 bucket, Google Cloud Storage bucket, Google Drive

The table below describes the data provided in this set.

Variable Definition
address This is the unique address on the Ethereum blockchain where the cryptocurrency's contract resides.
date The date the data points are associated with. Price data is grabbed at various points during the day; the values reference the what was returned at the time the data was gathered.
name The human-readable name of the cryptocurrency.
twitter_handle The cryptocurrency's screen name on Twitter.
rate The price of the cryptocurrency.
marketcapusd The market capitalization, in dollars, of the cryptocurrency.
volume24h The estimated trading volume over the past 24 hours.
twitter_follower_count The number of followers the cryptocurrency has on Twitter.
verified_pct The approximate percentage of the cryptocurrency's followers on Twitter that are verified.
investor_pct The approximate percentage of the cryptocurrency's followers on Twitter that identify as investors (based on their Twitter description).
avg_listed Of a given cryptocurrency's followers, the average number of public lists its followers are on.
avg_ff_ratio The average follower to friend ratio of a given cryptocurrency's followers on Twitter. Followers are a count of twitter users that subscribe to a given account, while friends are how many twitter accounts that given account follows. This is a potential measure of follower influence.
avg_post_count The average number of posts a given cryptocurrency's followers have made on Twitter.
description Description of the cryptocurrency's model (via coingecko.com).
coingecko_rank Coingecko.com's proprietary ranking system, based on developer interest, community/social media interest, and the liquidity of a currency. A lower number indicates a superior rank relative to cryptocurrencies with a higher rank.
developer_score Coingecko.com's score to measure software developer activity surrounding a given coin. A higher score indicates higher developer interest. See CoinGecko's documentation of its score here.
community_score Coingecko.com's score to measure interest on social media in a given coin. A higher score indicates greater social media interest relative to coins with a lower score. See CoinGecko's documentation of its methodology.
liquidity_score Coingecko.com's score to measure interest on liquidity of a given currency, based on trading activity on monitored exchanges. A higher score indicates greater liquidity relative to coins with a lower score. See CoinGecko's documentation of its methodology.
public_interest_score Coingecko.com's score to measure public interest in a given currency, based on number of search results and Alexa traffic rank of the official coin's site. A higher score indicates greater public interest relative to coins with a lower score. See CoinGecko's documentation of its methodology.
twitter_followers A count of the number of followers the official twitter account of the currency has.
facebook_likes The number of Facebook likes the official page of the cryptocurrency has.
twitter_followers A count of the number of followers the official twitter account of the currency has.
reddit_subscribers Subscribers to the official cryptocurrency's sub-reddit.
github_forks The number of forks on the GitHub repository containing the source code to the cryptocurrency. See CoinGecko's documentation.
github_stars The number of stars the GitHub repository containing the source code to the cryptocurrency has received from users. See CoinGecko's documentation.
github_subscribers The number of subscribers the repository containing the source code to the cryptocurrency has on GitHub. See CoinGecko's documentation.
github_total_issues The number of issues GitHub users have reported on the cryptocurrency's repository. See CoinGecko's documentation.
github_closed_issues The number of issues that the owners of the official repository have closed. See CoinGecko's documentation.
github_pull_requests_merged The number of pull requests to the official repository on GitHub that have been submitted and accepted. See CoinGecko's documentation.
github_pull_requests_merged The number of pull requests to the official repository on GitHub that have been submitted and accepted. See CoinGecko's documentation.
github_pull_requests_contributors The number of contributors to the currency's source code repository. See CoinGecko's documentation.
github_commit_count_4_weeks The number of commits, across all branches of the cryptocurrency's GitHub repository, over the past four weeks. See CoinGecko's documentation.
coingecko_alexa_rank The Alexa rank of the cryptocurrency's official web site, as reported by CoinGecko.
coingecko_bing_matches The number of results returned by bing for query's of the currency on Bing, as reported by CoinGecko.
totalsupply The total supply of currency issued.
availablesupply The total supply of currency that is publicly through exchanges.
transferscount The total number of transfers of the currency that have been recorded on the Ethereum blockchain.
holderscount The total number of wallets on the Ethereum blockchain that hold the currency in question.
dilution_factor The available supply divided by the total supply. A measure of how much additional currency could come onto the market and potentially dilute the public market capitalization.
id_pct_available The amount of currency held by the top 1,000 holders that have been identified (excluding wallets used to burn currency) divided by the available supply of currency. Identified wallets are typically exchanges, foundations that issue the currency themselves, or multi-signature wallets that store currency on the behalf of multiple users. This is an approximation of how much of the currency is held wallets representing multiple users and their balances.
id_pct_total The same as id_pct_available, except the denominator is now the total supply of currency issued.
burned_pct_available The amount of currency that has been sent to addresses known to burn currency, divided by the available supply of currency. This metric may give additional insight into the supply management policy of the currency.
burned_pct_total The same as burned_pct_available, except the denominator is now the total supply of currency issued.
anon_pct_available The amount of currency held by the top 1,000 holders that have NOT been identified and are not used to burn currency divided by the available supply of currency. This is an approximation of how much of the currency is held in wallets that are not exchanges or multi-user wallets.
anon_pct_total The same as anon_pct_available, except the denominator is now the total supply of currency issued.
minus_topnbni_pct_available First, the amount of currency held by the top 1,000 holders that (1) have NOT been identified, (2) are not used to burn currency, and after these removals have occurred, (3) are not the wallet with the most units of currency is calculated. This amount is then divided by the available supply of currency. This metric is very similar to the *anon_* metrics, except the wealthiest wallet has been removed. This is because the wealthiest wallet is often the default wallet that holds created but unissued currency.
minus_topnbni_pct_total The same as minus_topnbni_pct_available, except the denominator is now the total supply of currency issued.
tags Natural language processing, using SixJupiter's artificial intelligence, of the description of the currency to assign it to one or multiple sectors. This feature is experimental; some values may not be useful, and the majority of currencies will not have a tag.
project_sector The sector the coin operates in, as classified by coingecko.
country The country the team developing the coin was headquartered in at the time of its launch.


For sample analyses derived from usage of the Ethereum One data set, see the SixJupiter research blog.