I’m trying to see if I can reproduce what you shown on this page using Cardano on-chain data. I viewed it on a dailt basis and took the period between 5th and 6th Sept as my case study. Yet I was unable to reproduce the numbers from lookinng at the on-chain data relating to Sundaeswap’s address (addr1w9qzpelu9hn45pefc0xr4ac4kdxeswq7pndul2vuj59u8tqaxdznu).
Any insights you can provide on how the volume is derived?
Hello, we use SundaeSwap’s GraphQL API. There’s information about it via GitHub:
mm thanks … I took a look through but not seeing the API in question. There is this https://github.com/SundaeSwap-finance/toolkit-for-cardano but that seems to be more for submitting transactions.
I believe we use the GraphQL API from stats.sundaeswap.finance. If you load up their exchange you can see the queries in the network tab:
Thanks am taking a look. Last question from me (hopefully) - is the Nomics data showing just swaps/trades, and excluding the provision of liquidity into liquidity pools?
I’m asking as all my on-chain analysis indicates total volume to be higher than what is shown in the nomics charts.
Yes, only volume of swaps is counted.