The CM Market Data Feed (MDF) provides access to historical and real-time data from the world’s leading spot and derivatives crypto exchanges. We offer a wide range of harmonized datasets such as trades, candles, order book snapshots, futures-specific data types, and options-specific data types. We also offer metrics at the asset, exchange, exchange-asset, pair, and institution level.
Our data is available at several different levels: asset, exchange, market, asset pair, exchange-asset pair, and institution. Our coverage universe consists of 2,173 assets, 34 exchanges, 12,553 spot markets, 6,353 futures markets, 14,883 options markets, 2,698 asset pairs, 2,595 exchange-asset pairs, and one institution.
Data Available at Market Level
Many of our data types are available at the market level. We define a market as a specific listed pair or derivatives contract that trades on a specific exchange, like coinbase-btc-usd-spot or binance-BTCUSDT-future or deribit-BTC-16MAY21-58000-C-option. The market coverage can be found by querying our /catalog/markets or /catalog-all/markets API endpoints.
Data available at the market level is served through the API endpoints below, which are described in the pages linked in this section:
Coin Metrics calculates several metrics for exchanges such as coinbase, binance, and deribit. The exchange coverage can be found by querying our /catalog/exchanges or /catalog-all/exchanges API endpoints.
Data available at the exchange level is available through the /timeseries/exchange-metrics API endpoint and specific metrics are described in the pages linked in this section: