Changelog #005

Joel Smith


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Studio Charts: Now in Beta

Today, weโ€™re excited to announce the beta for a new way to analyze onchain data in Token Terminal: building your own custom charts in our new Studio.

At the core of exploring onchain data in Token Terminal is the humble chart. Showing one or two metrics at a time, these charts help you analyze standardized financial metrics by project and market sector. But, as we learned in our own research, as well as alongside customers, this can be limiting when you want to explore ideas across multiple projects, ecosystems, or even across different metrics.

Enter the new and improved chart building experience on Token Terminal. You can easily compare any number of projects with onchain data with multiple metrics all in the same chart. Charts can be created from scratch or from any existing charts in Token Terminal, allowing you to quickly create custom visualizations that help you analyze projects using our standardized, onchain data.

With the new chart, you can easily:

  • ๐Ÿ“ˆ Compare any metric across any or all projects listed on Token Terminal
  • ๐Ÿ“Š Compare up to 4 metrics in the same chart for any combination of projects
  • โ›“๏ธ Group projects by chain or aggregate each series for comparison
  • ๐Ÿงฐ Leverage all types of data visualizations available on Token Terminal including line, bar, and area charts as well as stacked bar and stacked area charts
  • ๐Ÿ“… See data as cumulative or in a time-series
  • ๐Ÿ‘ฅ Share charts with anyone
  • โšกEasily create new charts from any charts in Token Terminal

The new charts experience is available in beta to all Pro customers. To get started, just log in and start exploring the new Studio page where you can create your first custom chart. And stay tuned for even more new customization features coming soon!

Data Updates

  • Added support for non-ERC-20 tokens to our Top Tokenholders data set, unlocking tokenholder metrics across both BTC and ETH.
  • Added tokenholder metrics to some additional ERC-20 based tokens: ONDO, AXS, and IMX.
  • Added USDT on TON to our Stablecoin data set including data around outstanding supply, transfer volume, and other standard Stablecoin metrics.
  • Extended our price feed for ETH historically to ensure the maximum coverage of historical price data.
  • Added the outstanding supply of tokens for USDD, crvUSD, and FEI.
  • Updated Solana transaction count to include all transactions, including unsuccessful ones in order to bring it inline with our standard transaction count definition.
  • Updated all metrics to include V2 contracts.
  • Added active users (daily, weekly, monthly) for major stablecoin providers.
  • Added market data for ZkSync Era including price, market capitalization, and circulating supply.
  • Updated Uniswap to include transactions on zkSync Era.
  • Added new custom metrics for Internet Computer: annualized estimated rewards, active internet identities, and total canister state.
  • Added new Solana metrics including average transaction fee and transaction per second.
  • Updated BNB Chain to take blob transactions into account for transaction based metrics.
  • Added new metrics for Jito including daily active users, average fee per user, and average revenue per user.
  • Added Ubeswap price feed data to ensure full historical price data for CELO.

Enhancements & Bug Fixes

  • ๐Ÿ’… Added a stacked area chart for composition-based charts.
  • ๐Ÿ’… Added byte-based scales for metrics using bytes.
  • ๐Ÿ› Fixed a bug in the active user counts for Chainlink.
  • ๐Ÿ› Fixed a bug in the trade counts for COW Protocol.
  • ๐Ÿ› Fixed a bug with the scroll viewport on mini charts.

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