A major hurdle for every trader who is trying to get into Bitcoin is the lack of reliable information. So we have compiled a list of useful resources to help traders keep track of Bitcoin's technicals and fundamentals.
Bitcoin can be analyzed from the point of view of a financial asset. Bitcoin's price discovery process depends on various supply and demand factors, which can be tracked in the resources linked below.
Bitcoin Daily Volatility Index - A chart of Bitcoin 24h volatility. The lower the volatility, the higher the probability of a significant move.
Bitcoin Weekly Volatility Index - A chart of Bitcoin 7D volatility. The lower the volatility, the higher the probability of a significant move.
Bitcoin Long-Term Volatility Index - A chart of Bitcoin 30D and 60D volatility. The lower the volatility, the higher the probability of a significant move.
Price-by-Volume (PBV) Chart - A horizontal histogram chart showing the volume traded at various price levels. It is useful for spotting support and resistance levels.
Bitfinex Long-Short Positions - A chart of BTCUSD Long-Short positions on Bitfinex exchange.
Futures Open Interest - Open interest positions of CME futures contracts
Combined Order Book - Aggregated order book for BTCUSD across all major exchanges.
NVT Signal - NVT Ratio is a valuation indicator that is derived from Bitcoin's market valuation and transaction value ratio.
Bitcoin Trend Channels - Shows the Bitcoin trend channels over 1 year, 4 months, and 2 months.
Bitcoin is an open-source technology project and a passionate community of developers continues to work on and build applications on Bitcoin's protocol to this day. Here are some resources to keep track on the latest developments as well as other fundamental data.
Bitcoin Github Pulse - A monthly overview of the state of Bitcoin development, including the number of commits, merges, and active issues.
Active Wallets Per Day - Chart of active wallet addresses per day.
Transactions Per Day - Chart of confirmed transactions per day.
Hash Rate Chart - Hash rate refers to the number of tera hashes per second the Bitcoin network is performing. As the Bitcoin network’s difficulty increases, the hash rate increases, which in turn increases the cost for miners to mine Bitcoin.
SegWit Adoption Rate - Percentage of Bitcoin transactions that has adopted the SegWit protocol upgrade.
Lightning Network Statistics - Check the current number of Lightning network nodes, channels, and network volume.
Inflation Tracker - Our tracker for the amount of Bitcoin mined in the last 24 hours.
Exchange Deposit Tracker - Our tracker for the amount of tokens deposited on exchange wallets. Only includes ERC20 tokens, but may convey overall sentiment of the cryptocurrency market.
Google Trends - Google search trends for the term "Bitcoin".
Top 100 Wallets - A list of the top 100 richest Bitcoin wallets and the changes in their balance over time.
Bitcoin Mayer Multiple - An interesting technical Bitcoin trading strategy.