In this product tutorial, you will find further details about our blockchain analytics software suite, which works as a business intelligence tool around major crypto-assets.

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1st screen: Comparative dashboard

After signing in, you land on this first screen which displays a few valuable individual on-chain indicators on the assets covered as well as the summed market cap, trading volume, and on-chain volume of all covered assets.

This list will be constantly evolving and updated, as we will keep integrating new assets from major applicative sectors, beginning with the decentralized finance area.

Available assets can be ranked by traditional indicators (price, market cap), but also using more sophisticated on-chain indicators (total wallets, active wallets, on-chain volume) computed by our behavioral modeling engine. A more detailed view of a given asset is directly accessible by clicking on the asset of your choice.

These indicators are computed on different periods of time - monthly, weekly or daily, respectively:

  • Monthly average behaviors take as input a 28-days historical activity with updates computed every 7 days,
  • Weekly average behaviors are based on a 7-days historical activity, computed on a daily basis,
  • Daily average behaviors on a 24-hours historical activity, computed on a daily basis.

Detailed dashboard - Home page

After clicking on a given asset, you land on the overview page, which is specific to each token. You can easily switch from one token to another through the token icon, which also enables you to go back to the comparative dashboard.

On the overview page, the most useful indicators and their evolution are displayed - on a weekly, monthly and daily basis.

It’s important here to well understand how our behavioral modeling engine works, as most of the indicators are directly related to it. We are basically segmenting the community of wallets behind a given asset with regards to their on-chain activity patterns around exchange platforms.

  • Long-term investors are labeled as holders. Holders represent wallets with a nearly fixed balance and a limited exchange volume compared to the balance itself.
  • Incoming and outgoing investors are wallets with a significant balance evolution and an exchange volume close to this balance evolution.
  • Speculators are wallets with a significant exchange volume compared to their balance or balance evolution.

The ratios used here are available in the settings tabs. You can adapt the proposed pre-configuration, if necessary. Different pre-configured sets of rules are available to adapt the behavioral definition from a strict to a loose setting.

By default, we consider an evolution inferior to 10% of the balance as a “nearly fixed balance”, on a weekly, monthly, or daily basis. Similar ratios are used to segment the investors' behaviors, basically wallets with a significant balance evolution and an exchange volume which remains in the range of the balance evolution.

In the "Size / Intensity Configuration" tab, you can adapt our second labeling system dividing our behavioral groups into Micro, Little, Medium, and Big. They are already pre-configured to stay on the same order of magnitude for all tokens covered. It can be computed in term of USD-value, or token numbers.

All wallets below the Micro threshold are considered as residual activity.

For more information on the Settings page, you can consult our Methodology.

Coming back to the overview tab, wallets are labeled differently regarding their on-chain activity patterns. This approach enables us to efficiently segment a given decentralized community into major investment behavioral patterns.

Apart from the behavioral personas displayed in the graph, the price data feed can be shown. This enables you to directly consult any correlation between the price of the token and the underlying investment behaviors. This price data layer is available on all main behavioral indicators.

Once we have segmented the network with our behavioral patterns, we provide more indicators on the different personas: How many tokens are held by long term investors? How much exchange volume is generated by speculators? How is the balance of investors evolving?

All of these metrics are directly available in the overview tab on the headbanner.

You can also consult a few additional indicators regarding the overall network activity, specifically new wallets, active wallets, and the total on-chain volume. Evolution percentages are related to the view mode (monthly, weekly or daily evolution).

All the data displayed in the graphics can be extracted and downloaded in a csv file. Every other tab gives you access to detailed analyses and graphics on all these analytics dimensions.

Detailed dashboard - Additional tabs

There are 5 additional pages for every asset covered with regards to investors, speculators, users (when available), network statistics, and user journey. On all of these pages, you will find more details on the indicators displayed on the overview, plus a few additional metrics of interest. You can use the sidebar to choose the period of time of interest, and change the view mode between monthly, weekly and daily figures. The residual activity threshold excludes wallets with a non-significant balance. It's defined in Settings > User Types > Size / Intensity Configuration.

On the Investors page, the three firsts tabs are dedicated to holders, incoming investors and outgoing investors. We display the number of wallets labeled as such, and their balance (for holders) or balance evolution (for incoming and outgoing investors).

The last tab of the investor page gathers 2 additional indicators of interest regarding the network’s wealth concentration. They represent the % of wallets that hold a given proportion of the supply, respectively 99% and 90%.

This is a very interesting indicator to analyze the effective decentralization of a given network.

The Speculators page represents the number of wallets labeled as such and their associated exchange volume. Soon, we will add two other tabs dedicated to the activity around centralized exchanges and decentralized exchange platforms.

When available, the user page represents the activity around the utility smart contract associated with the considered asset. Indicators displayed here represent the number of users, associated volume and value locked, as well as the number of interactions with the product.

This user page will progressively be integrated for all covered assets.

The network statistics page presents more standard metrics around the network activity. In the first tab, you can find the number of new wallets and active wallets, as well as the total number of wallets having interacted with a network and the inactive wallets.

The Transactions tab shows the number of transactions, total on-chain volume and average value of transactions, as well as the number of unique senders and receivers per period. This is also computed on a weekly, monthly, or daily basis.

The Balance tab provides you more information on the wealth concentration, with a distribution of wallets balance classified in increasing logarithmic categories.

The last page may be the most complex and advanced one, with a user journey representation. This tab highlights the interaction between our different behavioral categories and the way these groups are evolving all along with a project's development.

There are several representations that provide a visual understanding of behavioral groups' interactions. For visualization purpose, you need to select a time period inferior to 14 days in the weekly view, and to 14 weeks in the monthly view.

The second and third graphics represent the transition proportion for all major behavioral groups, in two different formats. The last one can be interpreted as a churn rate for targeted behaviors.


To finish, you can find and change your profile information under Settings → General.

The wallets tab gives you access to a deeper level of configuration, with the ability to exclude a given list of wallets from the analytics. By default, you have access to two configurations - all existing wallets or excluding exchange platform wallets (labeled as such on Etherscan). Custom-made configuration is available on request for paying customers.

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All upcoming updates will be presented in the quick start guide page, available by clicking on our logo. For now, you can enjoy a product tour and a video user guide.

There is not yet a billing and payment module within the platform. This is coming soon.

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