40 free indicators, websites, lists & tools to find, analyse, and research cryptocurrencies, dapps, and tokens.
Here are 40 free indicators, websites, lists, and tools you can use to find, analyse, and research cryptocurrencies and tokens. No signup required (for features presented here). Updated regularly. Entries ordered in different categories for your convenience.
Latest update: September 2022
Here we go!
Crypto News, Market & Coin Updates — 13 Entries
51attack.info — A site showing how much it would cost to run a 51% PoW attack for 1 hour.
airdropalert.com — A list of current and planned coin and token airdrops including descriptions about how to participate.
Coingecko Cryptocurrency Categories — Coingecko.com offers an overview of coins and tokens for specific use cases, industries, layer 1 blockchains, etc.
coinmarketcal.com — Gives you an overview of important events in the crypto space, such as coin listings, beta tests, crypto conferences, website updates, and more.
Coinmarketcap ICO Calendar — Get a list of upcoming ICOs including detailed information about each new crypto project on coinmarketcap.com.
Crypto Social Stats — The Block features some interesting charts that show social stats for different blockchains, cryptocurrencies, and crypto influencers on platforms such as Twitter and YouTube.
cryptopanic.com — A crypto news aggregator site that lists news from various sources in real time. Great to get an overview of what is happening.
Crypto Proposal Tracker — messari.io tracks proposal processes for crypto projects from preliminary discussions until the completed voting. The platform also offers a lot of other free crypto resources and lists.
Defipulse — Huge list for DeFi platforms which you can sort by type. Also offers stats about each individual platform.
Ethereum Projects Carbon Consumption — A website that lists information on the carbon emissions caused by active Ethereum projects.
lunarcrush.com — This site collects and analyses social media network data to measure market activity and user sentiment. Also lets you track the influencers who are mostly engaged with a coin or token.
Open Data Crypto Library — cypherhunter.com is a database that collects information on every blockchain project, including people working in the crypto space. A great tool to start your crypto research process!
tally.xyz — This is a platform where you can find information on active and past DAO proposals, including data on results, voters, and more.
Crypto Stats & Analysis — 18 Entries
Bitcoin Visuals — A site dedicated to visualizing every imaginable kind of Bitcoin data there is.
Crypto Correlation — Handy website that shows the correlation between the top 250 cryptocurrencies and tokens. It’s a great tool to see which coins’ movement closely matches that of others.
Cryptocurrency Investment Fund Graphs & Charts — The website cryptofundresearch.com offers a collection of free graphs and charts that visualize the state of the global crypto investment fund industry.
Cryptocurrency Stats Pie Charts — Bitinfocharts.com features important stats of major cryptocurrencies visualized as pie charts.
Crypto Treemap Charts—On coin360.com you can check out a neat treemap chart of cryptocurrencies and tokens. What’s also cool is that you can go deeper and visualize specific parts of the crypto ecosystem (for example, it allows you to just show Ethereum tokens)
DappRadar — Another site specialized on aggregating data on blockchain DApps. Browse through protocols via different categories and sort them by specific datapoints.
DApp Review — This website collects data on the protocols running on layer 1 blockchains such as ETH, NEO, BSC, and TRON. Here you can see stats such as numbers of users per DApp, deployed smart contracts, and more.
dune.xyz — This website allows users to extract almost any information that lives on the Ethereum blockchain and create hundreds of project dashboards in the Ethereum ecosystem.
ETH Gasstation — A website sharing stats about gas usage and costs on the Ethereum blockchains and underlying protocols.
ETHTPS.info — Lets you find out the Ethereum blockchain’s current TPS (transactions per second). Includes data of different networks.
Github Activity Check — What’s the development status of your favorite coin? With CryptoMiso you can easily check the Github activity of more than 300 individual cryptocurrencies and tokens.
Investigate & Monitor Crypto Addresses — Breadcrumbs.app offers tools to analyse individual addresses for Bitcoin, Polygon, Ethereum, and any ERC-20 token. Great for visualizing transaction flows.
Liquidityfolio — Simple website offering liquidity pool stats. Good for getting an overview of current liquidity, impermanent loss, and other important pool data.
Look Into Bitcoin — Amazing website offering 30+ free charts for analyzing Bitcoin. On-chain indicators, address balances, market cycle data — they have everything.
Mining Pool Stats — A website listing up mining pools’ key stats for hundreds of cryptocurrencies.
pro.nansen.ai — This platform offers multiple public dashboards with loads of data on different crypto networks.
Stablecoin Stats — A website that collects stable coin data such as total circulation, 24h volume, latest attestations, collateral, etc.
stakingcrypto.io — A platform collection the best rates forstaking coins.
toketerminal.com — This website gives you insights in dapps and blockchains such as cumulative protocol revenue and allowing you insights in top performing platforms.
Crypto Indicators — 9 Entries
Bitcoin Fair Value — As the name says, this indicator shows whether current Bitcoin prices are over- or undervalued. It is calculated based on the network value to transaction ratio (NVT) and on-chain data. Terminal.bytetree.com also offers other free Bitcoin indicators and stats. For example, how many Bitcoins are held by funds.
Bitcoin Fear & Green Index — An indicator to check market sentiment for Bitcoin (also applicable for crypto in general).
Bitcoin’s Never Look Back Price — An interactive chart that shows the last time Bitcoin was at a particular price level. Once it reached that price, it only proceeded up and never retraced to that value again.
Bitcoin’s Power Law Corridor — Bitcoin’s Power Law Corridor is the channel within which Bitcoin has been growing in price since its inception, when charted on log price over square-root time scales. Also interactive.
Bollinger Bands — A Bollinger Band includes 3 lines: a simple moving average, a positive, and a negative standard deviation (SD). The closer the price moves to the upper SD line, the more overbought a market. The closer the prices move to the lower SD line, the more oversold the market. On tradingview.com you can use this indicator on different cryptocurrencies.
Combined Orderbook — Coinlobster.com offers a live combined order book across 10 spot and perpetual futures exchanges. The website also has other free features such as liquidation watch and whale watching.
Exchange Reserves — A chart showing the total number of coins held in exchanges. A lower count means that more people are holding their coins in wallets which indicates a lower selling pressure — and vice versa. On cryptoquant.com you can access this chart for several major cryptocurrencies.
Market Value to Realized Value Ratio (MVRV) — Another oversold (MVRV < 1) overbought (MVRV > 3.5) indicator for Bitcoin. On coinmetrics you can use this free indicator on a couple of large cap cryptocurrencies.
Relative Strenght Index (RSI) — Great indicator showing whether Bitcoin is oversold (RSI < 30) or overbought (RSI > 70).
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