Compound Finance Daily Snapshot
17 FEB 2023 (FRIDAY)
What Is Compound?
Compound Finance is a decentralized lending and borrowing protocol, built on top of Ethereum blockchain where users are free to lend and borrow their crytpos on this platform.
Our analysis here would look into the day-to-day changes of all borrowing, lending, deposit and withdrawal activities that happened overnight here.
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Overnight Borrowing Activities
This section analyses the borrowing rates for five crypto tokens with the lowest borrowing rates on February 17, 2023. The data shows that the borrowing rates for Pax Dollar (USDP), Ether (ETH), Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), DAI (DAI) and Compound Governance Token (COMP) were 1.68%, 2.70%, 2.85%, 3.29%, and 3.32% respectively, with USDP having the cheapest borrowing rate.
Overall, the data shows that the borrowing rates for these crypto tokens are stable with minor changes compared to yesterday. This suggests that the borrowing market for these crypto tokens is relatively stable.
Overnight Lending Activities
This section provides an overview of five crypto tokens with the highest lending rates on Compound Finance protocol on February 17, 2023. The data shows that the lending rate of Aave Token (AAVE) was 3.64%, the lending rate of USD Coin (USDC) was 1.96%, the lending rate of USDT was 1.64%, the lending rate of DAI was 1.44%, and the lending rate of SushiToken (SUSHI) was 0.98%.
The data also shows that the lending rate of USD Coin (USDC) saw a 0.6% increase from the previous day, while the lending rates of the other four tokens remained unchanged.
Overall, the lending rates of crypto tokens remain relatively stable, with only USD Coin (USDC) seeing a significant increase. This indicates that the crypto lending market is healthy and that lenders are still willing to lend out their tokens.
Overnight Deposit and Withdrawal Activities
On February 17, 2023, the total supply (USD) of various crypto tokens was analysed. The following section provides an overview of the total supply of the crypto tokens in Compound Finance as of 17 Feb 2023, as well as the change in their respective total supply from the day before.
$590K worth of LINK and $15K worth of ETH were deposited into the Compound protocol on 2023-02-17 as both tokens were trading up.
On the other hand, $240K worth of USDC and $68K worth of DAI were withdrawn as the crypto market turned bullish.