Coin Metrics is pleased to announce the version 2.3 release of our Reference Rates and version 0.4 release of our Real-Time Reference Rates. Updated methodology documents for both products can be found here.

Coin Metrics produces the CM Reference Rates and Real-Time Reference Rates, a collection of reference rates quoted in U.S. dollars, published once per hour and once per second, for a set of cryptocurrencies.

This release expands our coverage universe to include 24 additional assets and brings our total coverage universe to a total of 224 assets. The 24 additional assets are included here:

  • Tether Gold (xaut)
  • PAX Gold (paxg)
  • HUSD (husd)
  • Digix Gold Token (dgx)
  • Binance USD (busd)
  • FTX Token (ftt)
  • HedgeTrade (hedg)
  • OKB (okb)
  • ZB Token (zb)
  • Hedera Hashgraph (hbar)
  • Nervos Network (ckb)
  • Molecular Future (mof)
  • (vsys)
  • Centrality (cennz)
  • Terra (luna)
  • Chiliz (chz)
  • Seele (seele)
  • DxChain Token (dx)
  • Matic Network (matic)
  • ABBC Coin (abbc)
  • RIF Token (rif)
  • TomoChain (tomo)
  • Huobipool Token (hpt)
  • Aragon (ant)

The CM Reference Rates are designed to serve as a transparent and independent pricing source that promote the functioning of efficient markets, reduce information asymmetries among market participants, facilitate trading in standardized contracts, and accelerate the adoption of cryptocurrencies as an asset class with the highest standards. The reference rates are calculated using a robust and resilient methodology that is resistant to manipulation and adheres to international best practices for financial benchmarks, including the International Organization of Securities Commissions’ (IOSCO) Principles for Financial Benchmarks. The Coin Metrics Oversight Committee and an independent governance structure protect the integrity of the reference rates and ensure the Reference Rates and Real-Time Reference Rates serve as sources of transparent and independent pricing.

Please reach out to Coin Metrics at for more information on the CM Reference Rates and Real-Time Reference Rates.