Unrealized Profit
Unrealized Profit represents the total profit accrued by UTXOs which were created when the price of the asset was lower than the current price.

Indicator Overview

By looking at the delta between the price when a UTXO was created vs. the current price of an asset, we can determine whether the specific coins in that UTXO are in a state of unrealized profit (price has increased) or loss (price has decreased), and to what extent.
Unrealized Profit represents the total profit accrued by UTXOs which were created (i.e. realized) when the price of the asset was lower than the current price.

How is it measured?

Unrealized Profit is defined as the total profit (in USD) of all coins in existence whose price at realization time was lower than the current price, normalized by the market cap.
Unrealized Profit=value(price [USD]pricecreated [USD])(of all UTXOs where price > pricecreated)Relative Unrealized Profit=Unrealized ProfitMarket Cap\begin{align*} \textrm{Unrealized Profit} &= \textrm{value} \cdot (\textrm{price}~{\color{gray}{\textrm{[USD]}}} - \textrm{price}_\textrm{created}~{\color{gray}{\textrm{[USD]}}}) \\ &\quad\, {\color{gray}{\textrm{(of all UTXOs where price gt;$ price$_\textrm{created}$)}}} \\[2em] \textrm{Relative Unrealized Profit} &= \frac{\textrm{Unrealized Profit}}{\textrm{Market Cap}} \end{align*}

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