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COIN360 is an interactive cryptocurrency infographic created to display current data on the cryptocurrency market, indicating the cryptocurrencies market capitalization, exchange rates and live prices. Each infographic block of the widget has a different size and color, and a cryptocurrency ticker, such as BTC, ETH, XRP. The size and color of each block have their own meaning.

The goal of the cryptocurrency widget is to provide users with a comprehensive view of the current state of the cryptocurrency market data including prices, crypto rates, market cap and volume in a visually engaging and easy to understand format.

Terms of use of the logo

This logo is our official trademark:

It can be used for promoting COIN360 services:

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It is not allowed to use it without sign ™ on any third-party resources:

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Main tools and features of COIN360:
  • The tracker which allows users to check the token or cryptocurrency price movement, follow the size of market cap and get a summary of the currency’s transaction volume.
  • The filter tools to set the conditions for sorting and displaying coins on cryptocurrency market widget.
How to use:
  • Use mouse wheel to zoom in and out.
  • Drag zoomed map to pan it.
  • Click a ticker to display detailed information.
  • Hover mouse cursor over a ticker to see detailed information.

Coins section:

By default, the block size of COIN360 treemap corresponds to the relative size of the market cap of each cryptocurrency, and the color of the block corresponds to the movement of the cryptocurrency price. Green indicates the price is growing, and red color of the cryptocurrency treemap indicates it’s falling. Using various settings, the users can display information that interests them. They can choose to display coins or tokens, or follow it all together, or hide something from the map.

Exchanges section:

This section contains two independent treemaps. The first one has been verified by analytics from COIN360. This part always takes up 4/5th of your screen. The second treemap consists of the exchanges which have not been verified. It is downscaled and takes 1/5th of your screen respectively. It’s important to take into account that the sizes of the blocks between the first and second treemaps shouldn't be compared. By default, each treemap corresponds to the reported volume of each exchange, and the color of the block indicates the change of reported volume over 24 hours: green shows a positive dynamic, and red shows a negative. Various filters are available for users to adjust the map. The filters are applicable to both treemaps.