CMEV comes with two configurable settings - whether base or quote is plotted and the length of the volume's . By default, the base is used for plotting and the length of the is set to 12 periods.
The indicator was primarily developed in order to be able to chart using the trading pair with the longest available trading history. Due to the fast-changing preferences of where cryptoassets are traded, volumes tend to be very inconsistent and can give a distorted picture of a pairs history. For illustration, check out the SC-BTC pair from Poloniex using their native and compare it to the CMEV .
The other use case is to be able to spot divergences in . A great example here is bitcoin's 2019 rally where volumes from derivatives exchanges are at all time highs but volumes from retail/spot exchanges are not.
CMEV currently supports asset pairs from the following exchanges:
Because of the fact that CMEV is pulling data from from multiple different exchanges and is computationally intensive it can take a couple of seconds to load while charting certain cryptoasset pairs.
Additionally, due to Tradingview's various limitations only a certain number of pairs can be supported at a time. By default, only pairs with a BTC or USD quote are supported and many non-unique pairs with consistently low trading volumes have been removed. For a full explanation, please refer to the docs in my GitHub (jakobpredin/crypto-multi-exchange-volume).
Future of the project
I plan on supporting pairs from more exchanges in the future as I see fit and as they become available for charting on Tradingview. Further, I may develop a strategy script using CMEV as its core indicator.
I welcome everybody from the community to help me extend the functionality of CMEV in order to make investing in cryptoassets more transparent for everybody.