This data is important because the easier a project is to invest in, the more investments there tend to be. When a project is listed in more markets, they are exposed to more investors and associated capital.
Data is pulled quarterly, from the top 25 projects on coinmarketcap.com. Specific amounts are found by summing the number of exchanges listed under the "Markets" tab, for each coin. "NA" denotes projects that were not listed in the top 25 market cap, prior to the current quarterly measurement.
Highest grades awarded to projects listed on the most exchanges- [>100 markets = A+] [50-100 markets = A] [25-50 markets = B] [15-25 markets = C] [<15 markets = C-]
Bonus video on suspicious trading volume numbers from coinmarketcap.com, and potential conflicts of interest with Binance buying the biggest source for crypto market data.
Q2 2020 Highlights-
Tezos and Chainlink saw some of the biggest increases.
Seemed like there were more exchanges, in general, compared to last quarter.
See below for interesting info on what exchanges were responsible for the majority of trading volume of each coin.
Q1 2020 Highlights-
Bitcoin, Stellar Lumens, and Crypty.com chain all dropped off a few exchange listings, while all other projects gained listings.
Biggest gainers were EOS and Tezos.
Exchanges responsible for the most trading volume of each coin, in Q2 2020-
DragonEx is responsible for 80% of UNUS SED LEO’s trading volume, where it's native exchange of Bitfinex is responsible for less than 1%.
BiKi is responsible for over 18% of Huobi, where only 15% of the volume comes from the Huobi Exchange, itself.
PayBito is responsible for
10% of Bitcoin trading volume.
EtherFlyer is responsible for-
6% of Ethereum
4% of Tether
HCoin is responsible for 9.28% of Ripple
Finexbos is responsible for
39% of Bitcoin Cash
31% of Bitcoin SV
EXX is responsible for
9% of Litecoin
Binance is responsible for
14% of Binance Coin (but none others)
CoinBene is responsible for
6% of EOS
BKEX is responsible for
27% of Cardano
BitForex is responsible for
17% of Tezos
19% of Stellar
16% of NEO
27% of Cosmos
OKEx is responsible for
16% of Crypto.com Coin
24% of Maker
36% of IOTA
Omgfin is responsible for
30% of Chainlink
31% of USDC
MXC is responsible for
14% of Monero
Cat Ex is responsible for
9% of Tron
19% of Eth Classic
27% of Dash
Video highlights from the Q2 2019 data:
Video highlights from the Q1 2019 data:
Video highlights from the 2018 data. Warning: this is 20+ minutes of me talking about numbers.
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