Let’s dive in.
V2 Vaults dominate Yearn TVL 💪
As we can see in the chart below, there has been substantial growth in the TVL of the top 20 V2 vaults. This growth has largely been “a mix organic protocol growth, and the migration of funds from obsolete vaults (v1 or older v2 vaults).” This growth has led to V2 vaults becoming the dominant entity over V1 vaults on Yearn.
When it comes to ROI of these vaults, one stands out as consistently higher than the competition — even when results are below typical norms. That’s the yvBOOST Vault, a single strategy vault which accepts yveCRV-DAO tokens.
Whales outpaced by retail traders? 🐋
As we can see in the graphs below, when whales increase their withdrawals or deposit frequencies, retail traders tend to follow the money. But, as @ahkek4 points out, there are larger fluctuations in these trends for retail traders than there are for whales. This could indicate that an increased number of retail traders are migrating to yearn, while the number of whales remains unchanged.
The King of Yearn vaults 👑
As we can see in the graph below, the vault has been receiving almost daily infusions of liquidity. This helped to quickly increase the pool balance. And, after a quieter few months, those frequent additions of liquidity seem to be coming back with a vengeance.
Taking a closer look at yDAI 🔍
As we can see in the graph below, net APY for native interest payments falls far behind that of folded COMP. But, as @sammycrypto4 notes, these return estimates can vary, as they rely heavily on the price of COMP.
Do more with Yearn data 📊
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