You can track 2700+ cryptoassets traded on 230+ exchanges, filter and sort them based on various fields such as market cap and volume. Here's our page for Bitcoin, which you can see the aggregate prices and trading volumes per exchange and per trading pair. You can paginate 7329 trading pairs of Bitcoin, filter and sort them!
For those who want to know what you should use Chainsage and not Coinmarketcap, here are some reasons...
While CMC is the most popular in the space, we think it has some room for improvement. We have various features on our roadmap, however below are a few current differentiators:
* Higher trading pair coverage of ~17k vs ~15k
* Superior filtering and sorting options, you can filter and sort on any parameter, have a view of gainers and losers to your liking
* For any asset, you can see the volume of that asset aggregated over all of its pairs on exchanges, rather than just the volumes of trading pair (You can change this by selecting the radio button "By Exchange" vs "By Trading Pair"). You can do the same for any exchange, you can see volume aggregated over assets rather than just trading pairs.