Ethereum whales are undoubtedly driving the decentralized finance (DeFi) movement by depositing millions of dollars into decentralized liquidity pools to earn interest. But how much are they actually making?
Today we launched the Algorand Community Console, a new interactive platform for users to dive deeper into Algorand’s blockchain data. With DeFi and cryptocurrency markets moving so rapidly, we found it important for users to be able to examine what is happening on-chain, in real time. Anyone can access it for free at algorand.flipsidecrypto.com.
SushiSwap, a fork of Uniswap’s decentralized exchange, is quickly becoming a DeFi giant, with currently $1.4B total value locked. Above is a visualization of SUSHI token net asset flows from September 1-4.
On Thursday August 14th, an anonymous DeFi user deployed Curve Finance’s Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) and token smart contracts without the team’s permission. Around 80,000 Curve Tokens were mined before the official launch several hours later.
An increasing number of people are locking up their bitcoin with renBTC, and then trading their renBTC for wBTC to get into Ethereum anonymously.
Qtum is the latest in a series of
The latest incentive farm is YFI – the governance token for Yearn.Finance.
A preview of Flipside’s new dashboards compares 6 exchanges’ reported trading volumes to the amount of deposits and withdrawals made on-chain, in order to highlight suspicious activity.
Blockstack is the latest in a series of blockchain projects to join the Flipside Data Cooperative – a transparency initiative for partner networks to showcase their on-chain activity publicly.
Legend: The active supply of the Basic Attention
On June 29th, Binance swapped 300M Tether on TRON for USDT on Ethereum. Here’s why.
The distribution of LINK tokens across the Chainlink network reveals an increase in “top holders” – or the accounts that hold a meaningful percentage of the active supply.
Here’s how much players made (net) playing CryptoKitties, Gods Unchained and My Crypto Heroes.
We used business intelligence analysis to understand how these decentralized apps (dapps) make money, and how they pay it out to their customers. Labeling each collectible’s full transaction history revealed some pretty astounding sums:
Ontology recently joined our data cooperative, to bring more transparency to their ecosystem. The blockchain has a dual-token design that uses ONT for staking and ONG as gas. Take a look at the flow of each token below to understand stakeholders’ on-chain behaviors.
By monitoring asset flows we can gain better insight into how Tether is being created, destroyed, and used.