April 25, 2018
Digital Asset Research, Inc. (“DAR” or “the Company”), the world’s leading provider of cryptocurrency research and data for institutional investors, has launched cryptocurrency data feeds for its institutional and service provider clients. These data feeds include blockchain data and market intelligence information.
The blockchain data includes information like “estimated transaction value” or “ETV”, which is often used as a foundation of economic and valuation measurements.
Gregory Cipolaro, CEO of DAR, said: “Blockchain.info has been a high-quality source of free information on the Bitcoin network for years, including their calculation of Bitcoin ETV. We have shortcomings of the company’s methodology, and developed our own methodology that improves in areas of new address types and the writing of data into the Bitcoin blockchain, which we think more accurately reflects actual Bitcoin ETV. Our methodology can be applied to all other UTXO blockchains, like Litecoin, Dash, and Bitcoin Cash, and we believe this can be a source of alpha.”
The market intelligence information includes information like the number of tokens being sent to and from exchanges and social networking statistic comparisons of projects.
Cipolaro said: “Much of the market intelligence we gather comes from conversations with our clients who ask for information that is not available in the market. We have a strong track record of obtaining complicated and other information that is thought to be unavailable.”
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