Such a beautiful chart. What is this ? Ethereum in Google BigQuery: a Public Dataset for smart contract analytics. Let’s see how these blockchain data are transformed into signals


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# Ethereum in Google BigQuery: a Public Dataset for smart contract analytics

>In this graphic, nodes (points) represent wallet addresses on the Ethereum blockchain, and edges (lines) represent aggregate transfer of tokens between a pair of addresses. Edge length is approximately proportional to the number of tokens transferred, meaning wallets that transfer more aggregate tokens between them are closer together in the chart. Further groups of addresses that transfer often with one another—to the exclusion of members of other groups—will cluster together, and we’ve color coded these groups for clarity.

**(**[**source link**](https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/ethereum-bigquery-public-dataset-smart-contract-analytics)**)**…

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# Let’s see how these blockchain data are transformed into signals

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# Primary Resources

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[**Website**](https://www.coinfi.com/signals)

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[**Introducing Our First Token Use Case! CoinFi Trading Signals**](https://blog.coinfi.com/introducing-coinfi-trading-signals)

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# Secondary Resources

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[**CoinFi Blockchain Market Intelligence**](https://www.coinfi.com/landing/blockchain-data)

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[**Ethereum in Google BigQuery: a Public Dataset for smart contract analytics**](https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/ethereum-bigquery-public-dataset-smart-contract-analytics)

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[**Ethereum in Google BigQuery: how we built this dataset**](https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/ethereum-bigquery-how-we-built-dataset)

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In August, we [**helped Google**](https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/ethereum-bigquery-how-we-built-dataset?utm_source=eth1&utm_medium=blog) with ingesting the Ethereum blockchain so that the data would become available in [**Google BigQuery**](https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/ethereum-bigquery-public-dataset-smart-contract-analytics). Specifically, our Data Engineer Evgeny built the system and infrastructure necessary to read all the data from the blockchain, structuring it and storing it into Google BigQuery
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Learn more @ articles by CoinFi Data Engineer, Evgeny (and another developer of Google Cloud)
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[**Ethereum in BigQuery: a Public Dataset for smart contract analytics**](https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/ethereum-bigquery-public-dataset-smart-contract-analytics)

(….Earlier this year, we made the Bitcoin dataset publicly available for analysis in Google BigQuery. Today we’re making the Ethereum dataset available….)
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[**Ethereum in BigQuery: how we built this dataset**](https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/data-analytics/ethereum-bigquery-how-we-built-dataset)

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(….includes the primary data structures—blocks, transactions—as well as high-value data derivatives—token transfers, smart contract method descriptions….).

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