Ethereum post-merge data tools
A list of resources for tracking Ethereum data dashboards and tools for monitoring. We take no responsibility for the accuracy of the data published. Be aware of different biases/definitions.
With the Merge going through successfully, Ethereum has changed permanently. If you are not familiar with the details, here’s a good primer. The new process for adding transactions to the chain has significant trade-offs with respect to energy usage, MEV, censorship-resistance and centralization.
The data is crucial to monitor, track and interpret progress of these dimensions. This post intends to provide a coherent library of twitter accounts, dashboards, data tools and other lists. We will do our best to keep it up to date, although this space moves very quickly.
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There are four types of resources:
Twitter accounts to follow to understand the space (excl. accounts of the dashboards), e.g., @blink_labs_xyz
Dashboards of live data, e.g., ultrasound.money
Repos of tools you can use to extract data yourself
Meta-lists which are lists in themselves
The resources cover different data points, for ease of use, the resources are classified according to what they are focused on.
Blocks: blocks built, proposed and finalized
Builder: proposes blocks to validators, through relays
Burn: Eth reduction of supply through fee burn due to EIP-1559
MEV: Maximal extractable value
MEV-Boost: Intermediate design towards full PBS, proposed by Flashbots
Validator: Consensus participant
Relay: Relays blocks from builders to validators
Rewards: Eth earned of different participants
Supply: Amount of Eth in circulation and staked
Screenshot of the table.
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