marketsparameter will accept wildcards like
*USDT-future. The wildcards will match any market which fits this pattern so users do not need to specify every individual market when querying data for multiple markets. The
marketsparameter will also accept a comma-separated string of individual markets.
volume_reported_future_perpetual_usd_1dis ordered such that the
volumeterm is first and all subsequent terms are modifiers to what type of volume the metric represents.
timefor a trade is
2021-08-04 23:56:00.356749000, that means that the trade was executed exactly at that timestamp.
timefor a daily candle is
2021-08-04 00:00:00.000000000, that means the candle represents the daily interval from
2021-08-04 23:59:59.999999999, inclusive. Here we represent
00:00:00.000000000as the beginning of the day according to the ISO 8601 standard.
snake_casenaming convention and without an interval suffix, such as
/timeseries/asset-metricswith upper camel case (ex:
UpperCamelCase) naming convention
/timeseries/institution-metricswith snake case (ex:
snake_case) naming convention and with an interval suffix, such as
PriceUSDmetric or an index value?
PriceUSDuse the beginning-of-interval timestamp convention while
ReferenceRateand index values use the point-in-time timestamp convention.