coinbase-btc-usd-spotmarket from our
/timeseries/market-tradesAPI endpoint is provided below.
market: The id of the market. Market ids use the following naming convention:
exchangeName-baseAsset-quoteAsset-spotfor spot markets,
exchangeName-futuresSymbol-futurefor futures markets, and
exchangeName-optionsSymbol-optionfor options markets.
time: The exchange-reported time in ISO 8601 date-time format. Always with nanoseconds precision.
coin_metrics_id: Identifier of a trade that is unique per exchange. We use the exchange-reported value if exchange reports a numeric trade ID, otherwise we convert to numeric using bijective mapping from exchange-reported trade ID’s string.
amount: The amount of the base asset traded for spot markets or the number of contracts of a financial derivative.
price: The price of the base asset quoted in the quote asset that the trade was executed at for spot markets or the price of one contract for derivatives markets.
side: The market order side. "buy" means that an ask was removed from the book by an incoming buy order, "sell" means that a bid was removed from the book by an incoming sell order.
database_time: The time when we saved the data in the database. The time is in ISO 8601 date-time format. Always with nanoseconds precision.
coin_metrics_idfield ensures that all of our observations are unique. Even if two adjacent trades have identical
sidefields, they are two distinct trades if they have unique
coin_metrics_idand do not represent duplicate trades.
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.