The sum count of ERC-20 transfers in that interval. Only non-zero transfers between two distinct addresses are counted. Contracts that contain all of the following are considered to be ERC-20 contracts: the balanceOf function, the transfer function, and the Transfer event hash.
This metric uses the ERC-20 specification Transfer event as the definition for ERC-20 transfer and only looks for transfers emitted by contracts detected as ERC-20 following the criteria outlined in Contracts, ERC-20, count.
Full compliance with the ERC-20 standard is not required as only few ERC-20 tokens attain it. We therefore look for the bare minimum methods and events necessary for wallet integration of the token: balanceOf and transfer functions as well as the Transfer event. If a contract’s code has all of the following markers, it is considered to be ERC-20:
This metric is only available for ETH and ETC.
Version 4.3 of CM Network Data Pro Daily Macro (End of Day)
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