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This guide introduces simple and comprehensible indicators that have been developed by data analysts, ensuring effectiveness.

1. Allocation of Stablecoin Funds in Centralized Exchanges

  • Price Volatility: Stablecoin flows are often used in trading due to their stability. An increase or decrease in these flows indicates favorable or unexpected market volatility.

  • Liquidity and Transaction Capability Impact: A significant decrease in the circulating supply may impact transaction execution due to a lack of stable funds.

  • Market Psychology: The market is complex and challenging to predict. On-chain data provides insights into overall market conditions, market psychology, and ongoing events at that specific moment.

  • Blue Condition: When stablecoin flows into a particular exchange exhibit significant volatility and the stored volume of stablecoins on the exchanges is substantial, the market scope broadens. A gradually increasing scale indicates a strong flow into the exchanges.

  • Red Condition: Conversely, when stablecoin flows into an exchange demonstrate minimal volatility and the stored volume of stablecoins on the exchanges is low, the market scope contracts. A decreasing scale suggests a weak inflow into the exchanges.

2. Allocation of Stablecoin in Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs)

When stablecoin algorithms experience fluctuations, it can have implications, such as a loss of liquidity for algorithmic stablecoins on DEXs. Consequently, this affects DeFi projects, as many rely on stablecoins to provide liquidity and support various activities.

Representing data in a line chart model can showcase the movement over the entire duration. In this context, our data is focused on tracking the circulating stablecoin flows in the market, providing a comprehensive view of stablecoin allocation in decentralized exchanges.

3. Stablecoin Flows across Bridges

The presence of stablecoins on blockchain bridges signifies the advancement of the blockchain system and its interoperability, providing flexibility and integration among different blockchain networks within the cryptocurrency and decentralized finance (DeFi) community.

Our data primarily focuses on monitoring stablecoin flows across various blockchain networks on these bridges. This offers a comprehensive view of the overall volume of stablecoins in circulation across blockchain networks on the bridges. This timely tracking allows us to gather information about the development of blockchain networks on specific bridges, enabling informed decision-making based on accurate insights.

4. Ethereum (ETH) Statistics on Centralized Exchanges

Analyzing the total amount of Ethereum (ETH) held on centralized exchanges provides a comprehensive metric for potential cryptocurrencies in the market.

The trend of increasing in and outflows indicates selling pressure, while decreasing trends suggest buying pressure. In/Outflow data provides insights into specific periods of money inflows and outflows. Additionally, Exchange reserves clearly indicate the results of fluctuations observed over the entire tracked period.

Based on the data values, the buying and selling pressure accumulation levels on centralized exchanges can be assessed, evaluating the changing scarcity status.

  • Increasing Trend: Decreasing Scarcity Levels

    More coins available on exchanges indicate a decreasing scarcity of circulating coins, supporting a decreasing price trend due to higher selling pressure.

  • Decreasing Trend: Increasing scarcity levels.

    Fewer coins on exchanges indicate an increasing scarcity of the traded coins, supporting a price increase trend due to higher buying pressure.

5. Total Value Locked in Ethereum on Layer 2s

Gain insights into TVL on Ethereum Layer 2 solutions, a crucial aspect for DeFi and blockchain enthusiasts. TVL represents the total value of Ethereum that users have locked within Layer 2 platforms of the Ethereum network. Understanding this metric is essential for making informed decisions in the rapidly evolving DeFi landscape. Stay informed to optimize your engagement with Layer 2 solutions and their impact on the Ethereum ecosystem.

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