3 Secret Ways to Monitor the Cryptosphere

Sure, you probably already know about coinmarketcap, so here are a few secret ways I like to monitor the cryptosphere that you might not have heard of yet.


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Etherscan is a great resource for monitoring ERC-20 tokens such as BNB, MCO, and OMG. If you input your own address, you can monitor your own transactions. Input the name of a coin (such as MCO) and you can monitor the transactions that are occuring in real time.  It is essentially the public ledger of Ethereum and the tokens on the platform. I use etherscan to look at various holders, coins and my own account. For each coin you can get a break down of different accounts. Here’s crypto.com for example:

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MCO Etherscan.io


Screen Shot 2018-11-12 at 11.09.35 AMWhalesmind is an amazing site that allows you to look at a number of different ERC-20 tokens, and the biggest holders of each token and their activity for the week. I use this as hidden insight into what the biggest investors in the space are doing with their tokens and market sentiment (Bullish or bearish).



Follow the right people on Twitter and you can get huge insight into the crypto space. Since much of crypto is controlled by bots these days, it’s helpful to follow bots that follow those bots.