UNI-A

Total debt of Vaults
$2,482,875 $-1,374,421
Median debt of Vaults
$10,539 $-72
Excluding vaults below 100 DAI debt
Top 1 vault share
16.10% -25.55%
Top 10 vaults share
66.05% -13.01%
Collateralization ratio weighted per debt size
403.68% +95.41%
Share of locked tokens / token supply
0.08% -0.03%
Collateralization required (min. 175%)
178.36%
Collateralization required for next OSM price
Current OSM price
$21.26
Last update: 09:01 UTC
Next OSM price in 40 min
$20.87 -1.88%
Next price update: 10:01 UTC

Collateral Risk Model

Maximum Debt Ceiling (Risk Premium = 10%) is $65,000,000
Risk Premium at current Debt Exposure ($2,482,875) is 2.90%

Last updated: 2021-08-04 01:00

Vaults Liquidation

Amount of dai debt to be eligible for liquidation relative to the price change of collateral asset. Horizontal axis present the $ price of an asset, while vertical axis represent the amount of dai debt liquidated. Vaults are eligible for liquidation after the most recent OSM price change pushes the user below the lowest required collateral ratio - Liquidation ratio. Note that because of how OSM price changes, vaults are rarely liquidated at exactly the liquidation ratio.

Last updated: 2021-07-23 12:45

Historical Risk Premium

This is a simulated risk premium based on collateral asset debt exposure, vault collateral ratio distribution, market liquidity and other factors.

Maximum Debt Ceiling (RP=10)

This chart shows the simulated maximum debt exposure for collateral assets at fixed risk premium of 10%.

Total Vaults Debt

The outstanding DAI debt of the vault type

Collateralization buckets

We aggregate vault user’s positions by collateral ratios into buckets, in order to better understand price exposure and critical price points at which positions are eligible for liquidations. This is important in order to estimate the sold amount of assets and its relative slippage as an outcome of liquidated vaults.

UNI (Uniswap)

On-chain Price Slippage

The slippage curve is an estimate of on-chain liquidity measured by 1inch dex aggregator; it shows what would the price change resulted to as a consequence of selling some amount of assets with a market order. Greater the liquidity across on-chain venues, smaller is the expected slippage.

Traditional CEX Trading Activity

Aggregated daily trading volume (turnover) of selected centralized exchanges and trading pairs. We include ETH, BTC, fiat and stable coins based trading pairs. We apply a haircut to some of the exchanges due to obvious over-reported trading activity, while on-chain deposits suggest relevancy. (e.g. exchange is well-known for over reporting their trading activity, but their asset deposits visible on-chain are too great to ignore as a whole)

Traditional CEX Trading Activity (per exchange)

Aggregated daily trading volume (turnover) of selected centralized exchanges and trading pairs. We include ETH, BTC, fiat and stable coins based trading pairs. We apply a haircut to some of the exchanges due to obvious over-reported trading activity, while on-chain deposits suggest relevancy. (e.g. exchange is well-known for over reporting their trading activity, but their asset deposits visible on-chain are too great to ignore as a whole)

Traditional CEX Trading Activity (per asset pair)

Aggregated daily trading volume (turnover) of selected centralized exchanges and trading pairs. We include ETH, BTC, fiat and stable coins based trading pairs. We apply a haircut to some of the exchanges due to obvious over-reported trading activity, while on-chain deposits suggest relevancy. (e.g. exchange is well-known for over reporting their trading activity, but their asset deposits visible on-chain are too great to ignore as a whole)

On-chain Trading Venues Asset Deposits - Liquidity

This metric measures the total amount of assets deposited in a set AMM pool. In case of equally weighted two-asset pools, the amount of each asset in $ terms is approximately half of the available liquidity.

On-chain Trading Venues Trading Activity

This metric measures the actual trading volume (turnover) which occurred in different on-chain trading venues.

Historical Price Drawdowns - Price Jumps

This metric measures the numerical amount of larger price drops that asset experienced in its observable price patterns. This metric differs from price volatility as volatility can be small, while price drops are large. In general, assets which experienced larger price drops in the past, or resemble those that did (some are very young) tend to have higher collateral requirements.

daily: 2020-09-19 - 2021-08-03
hourly: 2020-09-17 - 2021-08-03
Source: CryptoCompare
Disclaimer: in some cases cryptocompare is reporting wrong OHLCV and because of that some drawdowns can be wrong.

Daily Volatility

Calculated from 90 day hourly price changes. More volatile assets are perceived as more risky and thus might require higher collateralization.

Top 10 Wallet Holders

List of largest Ethereum accounts holding the asset. In many cases, the addresses belong to an on-chain protocol or centralized exchange and do not necessarily represent a single user.

General stats

Market cap
$12,292,543,456
Fully diluted Market cap
$20,927,651,326
Total supply
1,000,000,000
Tokens in circulation
587,382,849 (58.74%)

Price change

USD 24h
1%
ETH 24h
1%
USD 7d
13%
ETH 7d
4%
USD 14d
44%
ETH 14d
4%
USD 30d
1%
ETH 30d
-5%
USD 60d
-20%
ETH 60d
-14%
USD 200d
186%
ETH 200d
35%
USD 1y
0%
ETH 1y
%