Our Stablecoin Master dashboard shows key metrics related to stablecoin transactions/balances and stablecoins on exchanges.
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This video is going to introduce our stablecoin master dashboard.
Under our Exchanges tab, the chart on your left shows the USD balance of stablecoins on exchanges. So for example, Binance has 15 billion dollars worth of stablecoin on its exchanges. You can also view changes to this balance within the last 7 days.
The graph on your right shows the net value of stablecoin flows into exchanges. So this is showing you the value of stablecoin that is being sent into the exchange less the value of stablecoin that is going out of the exchange. If the bar is blue, that means there is more stablecoin value going into the exchange. If the bar is red, that means there is more stablecoin value coming out of the exchange.
The stablecoins on exchanges chart show you how much of a specific stablecoin is being held on a particular exchange. For example, there is about 2.3 billion dollars worth of Tether on Binance.
Under the notable wallets tab, the first chart ranks wallets with the highest stablecoin balance changes. This next chart shows the largest stablecoin transactions within the last 7 days. The stablecoin balances chart ranks addresses that hold the largest value of stablecoin in their wallet. This next chart shows wallets with the largest stablecoin volume within the last 7 days. The stablecoin flow chart ranks the largest stablecoin token flows within the last 7 days.
Scrolling back up, under the volume tab, we have a graph showing daily on-chain volume for various stablecoins from January 2020 to the present time. The graph on the left depicts the number of daily active senders for each of these stablecoins. The graph on the right shows the daily transaction volume for these stablecoins.
The stablecoin distribution graph on the left shows the percentage of transactions that are within certain transaction size over time. The stablecoin distribution graph on the right is a similar concept, except now we are accounting for the volume of these transactions as opposed to the number of transactions.
Under the market cap tab, we have a graph illustrating the change in market caps for some of the most popular stablecoins.
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