This week we expanded our coverage to include Curve, Jupiter, Drift, and Dialect. These are some of the most innovative and popular protocols across the Ethereum and Solana ecosystems, so we can't be more pumped to share their data with you! Check out the dashboards for these projects at:
DanteHQ Update (Sep 16, 2022): Hello Watchlists! Plus Catalog API Endpoints, Convex, Arrakis, and Port Finance Data
There are many exciting changes coming to DanteHQ this week. First, we have launched the Watchlist feature, so that you can easily keep track of all projects and tokens in your portfolio, and easily identify new investment opportunities. To start building your own Watchlist, click here, or find the Watchlist in the navigation drawer.
Ethereum data is now live on DanteHQ! Checkout the new Ethereum data page here. Over the coming weeks, we will onboard more Ethereum-based projects to our data offerings. In addition, this week also saw the expansion of the Financials dataset to include Serum, perhaps the most popular orderbook-based exchange in the entire Solana ecosystem, and more Tokenomics data for Lifinity.
This week, we launched the Financials data for crypto projects, starting with Marinade. This is a major step in our vision to help crypto investors make well-informed investing and trading decisions, so we cannot be more excited about it. In addition, we expanded our In-depth Usage Metrics data offerings further to include Orca, one of the most popular trading destinations on Web3.
We have received great feedback from the release of our In-depth Usage and Tokenomics datasets earlier this month. We are happy to announce that we have expanded both datasets with even more projects and metrics.
Today we expanded our data offerings to include in-depth usage and pricing data. Additionally, we broadened the coverage of our tokenomics data, and onboard Lifinity and Saros to DanteHQ.
Tokenomics has long been a distinct feature of the crypto world, and yet there is often little transparency surrounding it. Besides the token supply and distribution plan, investors have few tools to analyze the tokenomics of a project in-depth. This week, we changed all that by release the new Tokenomics data, starting with Mango Markets, Marinade Finance, Mercurial, and Orca.
Arbitrum is Layer-2 rollup solution designed to enhance the scalability and privacy of the Ethereum network. Despite its relatively young age, Arbitrum has seen very strong evidence of adoption from the crypto community. This is why we are very excited to onboard Arbitrum and four Arbitrum-based projects (Dopex, Radiant, Jones DAO, and Vesta Finance) this week.
We are super excited to announce that 5 more projects have been added to the DanteHQ platform: