1. Coin Metrics
Coin Metrics is the go-to analytics site for everything bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
You can chart various network metrics such as the number of transactions, number of active addresses and median transaction value. This data is more suited to long-term traders who want to take a position over several weeks or months.
You should also sign up to The State of the Network newsletter to get detailed information about blockchain metrics (such as fees, realised cap, and more) and themes in cryptocurrency on a weekly basis.
2. Woobull Charts
Woobull charts is a charting site with some cool fundamental indicators and is maintained by cryptocurrency analyst Willy Woo.
As with the data from Coin Metrics, these fundamental models are more useful to long-term traders.
You can find various models for the price of bitcoin, including the Network Value to Transaction ratio, the Mayer Multiple, the Bitcoin Difficulty Ribbon and more. New models are frequently added and can also be applied to altcoins.
3. Brave New Coin
One of the best sources of news and analysis in the cryptocurrency space is Brave New Coin (BNC).
BNC regularly publishes technical analysis on the largest cryptocurrencies and releases a weekly newsletter called 'Kickstart' to help you stay on top of the latest developments.
There are also other newsletter recapping the latest news and delivering high-quality research.
You can sign up to receive newsletters from BNC here.
4. Into The Block
Into The Block provides crypto-asset intelligence for traders through machine learning and statistical models.
If you click on an asset, you'll get an overview of fundamentals, technicals and sentiment with various metrics and infographics.
These metrics range from traditional order book indicators such as bid-ask spread as well as tools that combined on-chain metrics with order book data (e.g., exchange on-chain market depth).
5. Delphi Digital
Delphi Digital is a research and consultancy firm focused on the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
You can sign up to receive free content, which has previously included analyses of bitcoin markets and Ethereum’s transition to Proof of Stake.
Delphi Digital also offers institutional research but this content is not free.
6. Chainalysis Weekly
Another newsletter to keep on top of the latest news and themes in cryptocurrency. The weekly update also highlights podcasts their team are listening to.
To receive the Chainalysis weekly update, click here.
Glassnode is a data analytics suite that provides traders with many on-chain tools to analyse the markets.
Many of the metrics are useful for traders and you can even analyse data at a very fine granularity (10 minute resolution). Glassnode also publishes its research every week via Glassnode Insights and has also created its own index (the Glassnode Network Index) to track the overall health of the Bitcoin network.
Santiment's SanBase is another data analytics suite. Santiment also provides plug-ins for Google sheets (via SanSheet) so you can analyse on-chain fundamentals, technicals and sentiment data.
One of the biggest advantages of Santiment is Santiment Insights, which is content created by the community using Sanbase data, providing commentary on market trends. Santiment also covers more cryptocurrencies than many of the similar platforms out there and offers more data on sentiment, such as Social Volume.
CQ.Live is one of the leading websites when it come to tracking flows of bitcoin/ether in and out of exchanges, or from miners.
CryptoQuant have also created their own indicator, the Miners Position Index (MPI), while also covering on-chain data for bitcoin, ether and stablecoins. You can also join their Telegram group for real-time alerts about transfers to/from exchanges or miners.
The 10 resources outlined above are just a starting point and there are a host of online resources available that will benefit your trading activity. The sources mentioned above represent some of the best research and insights found in the cryptocurrency space, but it is not an extensive list.