TradingView adds blockchain data from Glassnode
TradingView today announces that it has added blockchain data from Glassnode to enhance the analysis of the cryptocurrency market.
Glassnode is a blockchain data vendor that provides advanced on-chain metrics and tools for digital asset holders. Glassnode has been at the forefront of cryptocurrency integration, and is among the first to recognize that standard metrics are not enough for a high-quality analysis of crypto markets.
To access this useful data, TradingView users simply need to enter the prefix “GLASSNODE:XTVC” in the search box, then the desired ticker, and then the metric they are interested in. For example, if you are interested in the block height of Bitcoin, your search line should look like this: “GLASSNODE:XTVCBTC_BLOCKS”.
In the last few months, the TradingView team has found ways to add hundreds of years of data. For example, traders can now chart the price of Gold going back 187 years. They can also chart companies like Coca-Cola and IBM going back more than 50 years. Here are some more examples that are now available via TradingView:
- Dow Jones Industrial Average (Ticker: DJI) now has price history going back to 1896
- S&P 500 (Ticker: SPX) now has price history going back to 1871
- Bitcoin Index (Ticker: INDEX:BTCUSD) now has price history going back to 2010
- Gold (Ticker: GOLD) now has price history going back to 1833
- Coca-Cola (Ticker: KO) has price history that dates back to 1968
- Exxon (Ticker: XOM) has price history that dates back to 1968
- IBM (Ticker: IBM) has prices that dates back to 1968
- Oil (Ticker: USOIL) now has price history going back to 1861
- Silver (Ticker: SILVER) now has price history going back to 1802
- JP Morgan (Ticker: JPM) has price history that goes back to 1969.
To get started, type any of the following tickers into the TradingView search box i.e. “GOLD” or “SPX” or “KO”. Then select the asset and open the chart. From here, you can zoom out as needed to see its entire price history.