Author: @DuneAnalytics Translation: Crush, Biteye Core Contributor
Recently, the market has had its ups and downs, and a number of interesting projects have emerged. Data dashboards are a very useful tool for understanding how these projects are doing.
In this article, we’ll take a look at several data dashboards that are worth paying attention to in June, using the tool Dune.
01 Bitcoin Ordinal
- How does the market price respond when an institution applies for a Bitcoin ETF?
- High opening and low walking: Did the first leveraged BTC ETF in the United States disappoint market expectations?
- Multi-chain NFT presale platform launched by Magic Eden in collaboration with Helio
https://dune.com/thb 3100/bitcoin-nft-marketplace-overview? undefined=
This dashboard focuses on NFT data in the Bitcoin ecosystem, including NFT market rankings, daily data, weekly data, and more.
02 Arbitrum One
This is a data dashboard for the Arbitrum ecosystem. Despite already having distributed airdrops, as a leading L2, it is still highly regarded by everyone, and its ecosystem data is naturally an important part of it.
Raft is both a lending protocol and a stablecoin project. It minted the stablecoin $R, which is pegged to the US dollar, by staking stETH.
LSDfi is a liquidity staking track that has gradually heated up with the opening of ETH 2.0 staking. This data dashboard collects data from several popular LSDfi projects, including Lybra Finance, Unsheth, Origin DeFi, Alchemix, Gravita, Asymetrix, Pendle, Curve, and Raft.
05 Ethereum User Metrics
The dashboard includes metrics such as active addresses and user stickiness, and provides a real reflection of the current state of the market on the Ethereum mainnet, making it an area of study worth exploring.
06 Blue Chip NFT Data
Recently, the Azuki project caused a stir, leading to a decrease in people’s desire to buy NFTs and a drop in the entire NFT market.
This dashboard collects data on blue chip NFTs, such as CryptoPunks, BAYC, and Doodles, including floor price rankings and price changes for the entire blue chip NFT market, as well as separate chart analyses for each individual NFT project.
ERC-6551 is a relatively new NFT protocol that advocates creating a smart contract for each NFT to make it more composable, dynamic, and interactive.
Biteye also published an article a long time ago specifically introducing the protocol. If you want to know more, you can read the articles below.
ERC-6551: The next windfall for NFTs
Cryptokitties co-founder: ERC 6551 brings new paradigm of NFTs and DID
08 Optimism Bedrock Migration Related Data
Authors: @optimismFND & @MSilb7
Recently, Binance’s Layer 2 solution opBNB has attracted market attention, which is based on the Bedrock version of the OP Stack.
Bedrock, as the new generation of decentralized Rollup infrastructure developed by OP Labs, aims to provide modularity, simplicity, and Ethereum equivalence for Layer 2 networks.
In this dashboard, the author also highlights the significant reduction in fees and efficiency improvement after the Bedrock migration.
Worldcoin, which may be a relatively obscure project among these, is not immediately recognizable by name to many people. However, the man behind it is someone you are sure to be familiar with, and that is Sam Altman, the founder of OpenAI.
With the backing of OpenAI, the project was once popular for a while, but due to its need for iris verification, it gradually became forgotten by people.
This dashboard tracks the total number of Worldcoin account users, weekly user growth, transaction volume, and other data to help users better understand this somewhat unfamiliar project.
EigenLayer is an Ethereum-based repledge protocol that has raised more than $60 million in funding. It also belongs to the category of LSDfi, but because many people are extremely optimistic about the project and consider it a potential big deal, it is necessary to use a separate data dashboard to study it.