Metric Definitions

Sentiment Metrics
Hourly SentimentHourly Sentiment - A measure of how positive or negative conversations on Twitter have been about a particular coin over the last hour vs. the previous 24 hours. A score above 50 implies that conversations have been more positive over the past hour vs. the last 24 hours. A score below 50, more negative.
Daily SentimentDaily Sentiment - A measure of how positive or negative conversations on Twitter have been about a particular coin over the last 24 hours vs. the previous 20 days. A score above 50 implies that conversations have been more positive over the past 24 hours vs. the last 20 days. A score below 50, more negative.
Long-Term SentimentLong-Term Sentiment - A measure of how positive or negative conversations on Twitter have been about a particular coin over the last 50 days vs. the previous 200 days. A score above 50 implies that conversations have been more positive over the past 50 days vs. the last 200 days. A score below 50, more negative.
Tweet DominanceTweet Dominance - The percentage of Tweet Volume this coin accounts for in the entire market. It is interesting to compare this dominance to other dominances, such as Market Cap Dominance or Trading Volume Dominance. Tweet Dominance = Coin's 24hr Tweet Volume / Total 24hr Tweet Volume of All Coins
Twitter AccountsTwitter Accounts - Number of unique Twitter accounts that have tweeted about an asset over the last 24 hours.
Percent of Tweets From Unique AccountsPercent of Tweets From Unique Accounts - The percent of tweets coming from unique Twitter accounts. Ex: if there are 1,000 tweets and 800 Twitter accounts, then this value would be 80%. The inverse of this number can be thought of as the average number of tweets per account (1.25 tweets per account in this example).
Hype-To-Activity RatioHype-To-Activity Ratio - Hype-To-Activity™ ratio measures the number of tweets a particular coin has per each $1M in reported trading volume of that coin. As of August 15th 2019 the average Hype-To-Activity™ ratio in crypto was 1.02. In other words, on average cryptocurrencies see 1.02 tweets per $1M in reported trading volume. High Hype-to-Activity™ Ratios may suggest that a particular cryptocurrency is overhyped in social conversations relative to the amount of trading activity that it has. It is a good metric for identifying outliers or for tracking the number of social conversations a particular coin has relative to its trading volume over time. Hype to Activity™ Ratio = (30 Day Average Tweet Volume / (30 Day Average Trading Volume / 1,000,000))
NVTweet RatioNVTweet Ratio - The NVTweet™ Ratio compares a cryptocurrency's social conversation to its Market Cap. The NVTweet™ Ratio looks at how many tweets a particular coin has per $1M in Market Cap. The lower a coin's NVTweet™ Ratio, the more tweet volume it has per $1M in Market Cap. An increasing NVTweet™ Ratio could suggest that a particular coin's market is becoming increasingly driven by institutional trading. As Market Cap is increasing faster than social volume, this may suggest less retail involvement in the market for a particular coin. NVTweet™ Ratio = Market Cap / 1,000,000 / 30 Day Average Tweet Volume

Market Metrics
Market CapMarket Cap - Market Cap is a representation of the value of the entire network for a particular cryptocurrency. The Market Cap is calculated by multiplying the current price by the circulating supply. This provides a representation of the value of all tokens currently in circulation.
Market Cap DominanceMarket Cap Dominance - This represents the percentage of Market Cap this coin accounts for in the entire market. It is interesting to compare this dominance to other dominances, such as Tweet Dominance or Trading Dominance. Market Cap Dominance = Coin's Market Cap / Total Market Cap of All Coins
NVT RatioNVT Ratio - The NVT Ratio is calculated by dividing the network value (Market Cap) by the average trading volume of a cryptocurrency over the last 30 days. The NVT Ratio is sometimes thought of as a P/E ratio for the crypto space. A lower NVT ratio implies that a given cryptocurrency is trading at a low multiple of its average daily volume. A higher NVT ratio implies that a given cryptocurrency is trading at a high multiple of its average daily volume.
Trading DominanceTrading Dominance - The percentage of Trading Volume this coin accounts for in the entire market. It is interesting to compare this dominance to other dominances, such as Tweet Dominance or Market Cap Dominance. Trading Dominance = Coin's 24hr Trading Volume / Total 24hr Trading Volume of All Coins