Transaction volumes on Bitcoin primarily represent the movement of BTC from one address to another. On Ethereum, however, transaction volumes represent the movement of a much more diverse array of crypto assets. By tracking the on-chain volume of specific ERC-20 tokens, investors can gain unique insights about the value of these tokens. In this fourth episode of our webinar series on Ethereum fundamentals, we look at the on-chain transaction volume of Ethereum and different Ethereum-based DeFi applications. We're joined by Jesus Rodriguez, CEO of IntoTheBlock. In a 30-minute webinar, Jesus and Christine Kim of CoinDesk Research will walk you through how transaction volume data is aggregated on Ethereum and how this metric can be applied to valuing different tokens and dapps.