See This Week’s Top Uniswap Data Dashboards: September 9

Welcome back to our Uniswap V3 data dashboards of the week! Each week, we turn people’s data questions into crypto bounties for data analysts to solve. 

In this edition, we’ve got two terrific Uniswap dashboards to show off. That includes a grand-prize winning submission from @HarryMcSheffrey and @RZinovyev.

Stablecoin pairs see increased liquidated

First up is a bounty from @HarryMcSheffrey. This submission examines the TVL of stablecoin pairs on Uniswap vs that of non-stablecoin pairs. As can be seen below, the WBTC-WETH pair and the USDC-WETH lead the way with more than $250 TVL. 

@HarryMcSheffrey also noted that the WBTC-WETH pool is considered to be the safest stablecoin pair thanks to its correlation and position as the top two tokens by market cap.

And, as we can see in the next graph below, stablecoin pairs (represented by the green bars) have roughly eight times the volume traded when compared to non-stablecoin pairs (represented by the blue bars.)

@HarryMcSheffrey also noted that there typically is more liquidity associated with stablecoin pairs on Uniswap V3 due to the exposure in impermanent loss. Click here to see more insights.

Uniswap slippage 🦄

Next up is a look at slippage on Uniswap V3 from @RZinovyev. This submission identifies the median slippage allowed on trades in the top 5 pools by TVL on Uniswap V3 and V2 over the past 3 months, and any differences at play.

As we can see in the graph below, Uniswap V1 and V2 alike each saw higher columns than V1 or V2, both in the number of trades and by volume.

@RZinovyev packed plenty of analytical punch elsewhere in this submission, so be sure to check out the whole thing here

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That does it for this week. Thanks to everyone who submitted such great Uniswap data dashboards!

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