Devblog #1 - Exchanges Analytics, Burn & Mint transactions are now available
Since last week, we have published some new cool stuff on ClankApp. We will introduce it to you right now.
As you know, we strongly believe in the adoption of blockchain for the coming months/years. We believe that for the success of this adoption, transparency is essential. This is why we have deployed a new feature called, Exchanges Analytics.
How to use?
First, go here and after that, in the search criteria section, select an exchange, a blockchain and a threshold and submit like this:
After that, all results will be displayed and you will be able to observe the most important financials movements of your favorite exchanges like this:
This feature is still in BETA. We need to improve the data in order to propose more interesting data by scanning more echanges or blockchains. If you have any feedbacks related to this feature, join us on Twitter.
Internal, Burn and Minted transactions
Today we have lot of data on Clank, and our objectives is to apport more clarity about the transactions. So, we have push this feature that detect minted / burn and internal transactions.
Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only and you should not construe any such information as investment or other advise. ClankApp services do not engage in any trading activities. We urge everyone to do their own research and draw their own conclusions.
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