Since most cryptos have strong correlation most crypto prices are dependent on what the market as a whole is up to, this dashboard provides insight in to exactly that. So what does it show? It shows crypto sentiment with respect to crypto specific terms, which the user can choose. Then the dashboard calculates the following metrics:
Twitter Convinction: Sentiment multiplied by how certain the model is of the sentiment of a tweet
Twitter polarity: Average sentiment of Tweets with respect to a certain term. If multiple terms are selected the average of terms is shown’
Twitter folthsent: Average sentiment of Tweets by accounts with many followers
Ntweet: Number of Tweets wrt a certain term. With multiple selection a breakdown is shown
Recipients: Number of people receiving a Tweet
Folth: Number of Tweets by accounts with many followers
Rolling standard devation: Rolling standard devation of top 10 cryptos
Traded volume: Average traded volume per day broken down by crypto
Bitcoin price: Bitcoin price;)
New metrics will be added shortly (for example Google trends analysis). The dashboard is free to use, but donations speed up the capacity;) Those donating will also receive the new dashboards and new features first!
Feedback is always welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org
A new interactive way of providing analytics has been released! The first (beta) version contains data with respect to the updates of codes on various cryptocurrencies. The dashboard shows:
– Commits per week
– Additions and deletions to the cryptocurrency code per week
The dashboard is free to use and new metrics will be added. In case you want to support the updates you can by donating to the mentioned adresses!
Note that not all crypto’s have publically available codes, so not all coins and codes are covered.
The latest report introduces a major update on short-term signals!
This is request I received frequently from people using the regression tool, which offers more insight in shorter term movements in the crypto markets. The overview shows the top 5 increases and decreases of the following social media metrics:
• Largest increase/decrease in Twitter mentions
• Largest increase/decrease in Twitter Recipients
• Largest increase/decrease in Twitter Sentiment
• Largest increase/decrease in Reddit Subscribers
• Largest increase/decrease in Reddit Users Online
• Largest increase/decrease in Sentiment