Welcome to the second edition of the Uniswap Dashboard Debrief! All this week, we’ll be taking a closer look at the data behind Uniswap V3 as we work to build the world’s best dashboard.
Yesterday, we took a closer look at the TVL — or total value lock — for Uniswap V3 so far. It’s risen as high as just over 1 billion before seemingly settling at between 800 million and 1 billion.
Last week, meanwhile, we examined the biggest fee earners in the updated exchange’s early days. We also explored some of the differences between the real liquidity of V3, and virtual liquidity or the amount of liquidity providers would need to earn the same fees on V2 as they do on V3.
We even found out what was under the hood of Uniswap’s V3 pools by mapping and detailing the specific functions that can be called (Actions), corresponding log events that are emitted (Events), and smart contract read variables (State) pertaining to Uniswap V3 pools.
And, on our beautiful Uniswap dashboard, you can see much more data on V3! That includes hourly deposits and withdrawals for V3 pools, swap volume on V3 (which we’ll be diving further into later this week), and more. But we want more — more queries, more solutions, and more data — to help us build the biggest, baddest, and all-around best Uniswap V3 dashboard available!
That’s why we need your help. We want you to submit a query that we can add to our Uniswap V3 dashboard, and pay you for that hard work.
It’s that simple — but if you still have questions, we’re here to help.
Submit a query and get paid
Our Uniswap V3 data is off to quite an impressive start, but because we’re the ambitious type, we want to bring together even more information on how Uniswap users are behaving. But we don’t want just any data — we want information that’s going to help real users like you make decisions and use the platform.
That’s why we’re asking you to help us build out Uniswap dashboard — and rewarding you for your hard work. If you have a question about Uniswap users, find the answer and let us know by filling out this submission form before 11:59 PM on Wednesday, May 20. Or, if a lightning strike of inspiration isn’t hitting you right at this moment, answer one of our seed questions for a chance to make it onto our dashboard! Just join us on the Flipside Crypto Discord to see the seed questions and learn more.
We’ll review all the submissions as they come in, and add the best of the bunch to our Uniswap V3 dashboard — and reward the winners with $500in UNI!
Learn SQL and get involved
“But Flipside!” We hear you shout. “I want to earn UNI for submitting to your dashboard, but I don’t even know where to begin!”
Well, fear not — your friends at Flipside are here for you. We’ll be hosting the inaugural edition of B4B: Bounties for Beginners at 12 PM ET on Tuesday, May 18, to help you learn the key skills you need to create using our labels. Data analyst Angela Minster will be on hand to walk you through three previous bounty examples and show you how to use Flipside’s data and analytics tools to answer questions and get paid!
To join us, all you have to do is sign up for the Flipside Crypto Discord and meet us in the #TownHall channel at 12 PM ET on Tuesday. And don’t worry if you can’t make it — we’ll record the presentation and share it at a later date.
So, what are you waiting for? Join us on Discord and get going on those submissions — we can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Remember! Uniswap bounty submissions are due by 11:59 PM on Wednesday, May 19! Make sure you submit your bounties here by the deadline to be considered!