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Q2 2022 Cryptocurrency Report Highlights Terra’s Collapse And Capital Exiting The Crypto Ecosystem

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Q2 2022 Cryptocurrency Report Highlights Terra’s Collapse And Capital Exiting The Crypto Ecosystem

On July 13, the dedicated crypto price tracking, volume, and market capitalization web portal Coingecko published the company’s “Q2 2022 Cryptocurrency Report” which discusses the last quarter’s crypto market action and insights. The 46-page report explains how the Terra UST and LUNA fallout wreaked havoc on the entire crypto ecosystem and the stablecoin economy. Moreover, Coingecko researchers say “a decrease in the stablecoin market share suggests that a certain amount of capital has completely exited the crypto ecosystem.”

Coingecko’s Data Suggests Q2 Investors Exited Stablecoins Rather Than De-Risking Into Them

Coingecko has published the company’s second quarter cryptocurrency report for 2022 as there’s been a number of significant changes during the last three months. The study, published last Wednesday, notes that Q2 2022 was “filled with many unfortunate events in the crypto space.”

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The crypto firm’s report explains that while spot market trade volumes have remained steady at $100 billion daily, “the top 30 coins have lost over half their market cap since the previous quarter.” Much of the crypto blunder started from a domino effect caused by the Terra UST and LUNA collapse.

Coingecko details that just before UST’s downfall, the stablecoin was the third-largest fiat-based token in existence, and $18 billion was erased in just a few days. The report notes that BUSD managed to become the third-largest stablecoin. Beside’s Terra’s UST, other stablecoin assets saw their valuations suffer and Coingecko’s analysts suspect a specific amount of funds have left the crypto economy. The researcher’s Q2 2022 study says:

The slight decrease (discounting UST) in stablecoin market share suggests that a certain amount of capital has completely exited the crypto ecosystem, in contrast to last quarter when investors likely de-risked into stables amidst market uncertainty.

The Terra and 3AC Fallouts Spread, Defi Market Cap Tumbles

The 46-page report further explains how Lido’s bonded assets were affected by the Terra blowout and the demise of the crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital (3AC). One specific chart shared in the study shows how 3AC’s financial issues affected at least 12 different crypto companies directly or indirectly.

Decentralized finance (defi) was also hit, as Coingecko’s authors say “Due to third-order effects, defi protocols such as Maple Finance were not spared as some users’ funds were lent to Orthogonal Trading, which in turn had gone to Babel Finance, one of 3AC’s creditors.”

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Defi itself suffered a lot and Coingecko’s data shows that the defi market cap slid from “$142 billion to $36 billion in a span of 3 months.” The report again says that much of the value in defi was “wiped out largely due to the collapse of Terra and its stablecoin, UST.”

Coingecko’s study covers a wide variety of subjects that pertain to Q2 2022’s crypto action and touches on topics like other stablecoins losing their peg, decentralized exchange (dex) trade volumes, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and NFT marketplaces. While the second quarter saw a lot of action, Coingecko’s report highlights how most of it has been bearish and gloomy.

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Report Shows Crypto Startups Raised $30.3 Billion In H1 2022, Exceeding Total Raised In 2021

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Report Shows Crypto Startups Raised $30.3 Billion In H1 2022, Exceeding Total Raised In 2021

While cryptocurrency markets have seen poor performances during the first two quarters of 2022, a recently published fundraising report authored by Messari researchers notes that $30.3 billion was raised by crypto projects and startups during the first half of 2022. The $30.3 billion raised across 1,199 fundraising rounds surpasses all the funding blockchain startups and projects obtained last year.

H1 Crypto Ecosystem Funding Report Shows Capital Continues to Flow Despite Crypto Winter

A significant sum of money has been injected into specific blockchain projects and startups within the crypto industry, according to the “H1 2022 Fundraising Report” published by Messari and Dove Metrics, a subsidiary of Messari Holding Inc. According to the report, centralized finance (cefi) outpaced decentralized finance (defi), as cefi captured more than $10.2 billion in H1.

Visual metrics from the Messari and Dove Metrics “H1 2022 Fundraising Report.”

Defi managed to gather $1.8 billion, while Web3 and non-fungible token (NFT) projects and related companies raised $8.6 billion in the first six months of the year. $9.7 billion was injected into blockchain and crypto infrastructure sector and while Web3 and NFTs saw the third largest capital raised, the Web3-NFT sector saw the most fundraising rounds with 530 rounds during the first two quarters.

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Defi’s biggest month was the month of June, as a number of defi projects and businesses raised $624 million. “Despite DeFi’s maturity, seed rounds continue to dominate,” Messari researchers explain in the report. The most funds raised during a month for infrastructure was February, for cefi the top month was January, and the Web3-NFT sector’s best month was April.

Visual metrics from the Messari and Dove Metrics “H1 2022 Fundraising Report.”

Ethereum-based defi projects and startups have received the most rounds and the highest dollar amounts, in comparison to alternative smart contract blockchains like Solana, Avalanche, and Polkadot when it comes to fundraising. Ethereum-based defi projects saw 54 deals in Q1 and 61 deals in Q2. In Q1, Ethereum-based defi projects raised $387 million while projects from alternative blockchains raised $309 million during the first quarter of 2022.

In Q2, ETH-based defi raised $890 million while alternative chain-based projects gathered around $193 million. Messari researchers note that in the Web3-NFT sector, early-stage funding rules the roost and gaming eclipsed most of the NFT funding. Once again, Ethereum also dominated in the Web3-NFT industry, in comparison to alternative smart contract platform networks.

Cefi, Infrastructure, Web3 Sectors Mature

As far as centralized finance is concerned, cefi “continues to mature,” Messari’s report says as it highlights that $10 million+ funding rounds “make up 50% of activity.” Messari’s latest H1 fundraising report follows the recently published “4th Annual Global Crypto Hedge Fund Report 2022,” authored by the international professional services firm Pricewaterhousecoopers (PWC).

The insights from PWC’s recent crypto study show that hedge funds injecting capital into cryptocurrency and blockchain projects have increased since last year. PWC researchers estimated that 21% of hedge funds participated in financing rounds tied to crypto, while this year’s participation rate is up to 38%.

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Messari’s fundraising report details that many sectors are “maturing” as Series A financing rounds or later made up 40%+ of H1’s crypto infrastructure dedicated rounds. Web3’s Series A rounds or later equated to around 30%+ of the fundraising rounds in H1 2022. Investors mentioned in Messari’s fundraising report include companies like FTX, Mechanism Capital, Pantera Capital, Sequoia Capital, Gumi Cryptos, Dragonfly Capital, Slow Ventures, Seven Seven Six, and around a dozen and a half others.

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ENS Domain Registrations Skyrocketed Last Month, Total Names Created Nears 2 Million

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ENS Domain Registrations Skyrocketed Last Month, Total Names Created Nears 2 Million

The number of Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domains is nearing the two million mark as 1,888,209 ENS names have been etched into the Ethereum blockchain to date. The project recently detailed that July saw the largest monthly rise in revenue scoring 5,400 ether worth roughly $2.48 million during the course of the month.

ENS Registrations Spiked Last Month with 378K Names Etched Into the Ethereum Blockchain

ENS names are nearing the two million mark this week as registrations have steadily risen during the few months. Data from Dune Analytics indicates that after 67,095 ENS registrations in February, the following month the number kicked up to 85,272 ENS registrations.

May saw a significant spike reaching 365,652 registrations or 328% higher than the month prior. The month of June saw a much lower count of ENS registrations as statistics show 122,327 names were registered that month. July, however, was an entirely different story as 378,804 ENS registrations were logged during the 31 days.

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On the first of the month, 1.86 million names have been recorded on the Ethereum blockchain and today, 1,888,209 ENS names are etched into the chain. The official ENS Twitter account tweeted about July’s milestones and noted that the project saw $6.8 million in protocol revenue that will all be directed to the project’s DAO.

Total ENS names created as of August 3, 2022, according to Dune Analytics’ metrics.

The protocol saw 5,400 ETH in revenue the “highest” month ever, according to the official Twitter account. ENS domain names are similar to the Internet’s Domain Name Service (DNS), but the project’s architecture adds an extensible naming system built on top of the Ethereum blockchain. Like DNS, Ethereum Name Service uses dot-separated hierarchical names (domains) and owners can leverage subdomains as well.

ENS names can also act as an Ethereum address and other cryptocurrency addresses, but instead of a long string of alphanumeric characters, it can be a machine-readable name like bob.eth. There are other blockchain projects that operate name services on alternative chains like Bonfida’s Solana Name Service and Terra once had a popular name service platform called TNS before the Terra blockchain project imploded.

ENS Governance Token Is Down 80% Since the Coin’s Price High, Project Prints 50 Limited Edition Slipcased Copies of the ENS DAO Constitution

ENS also has a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) for governance decisions and a native ecosystem token that’s currently exchanging hands for $16.24 per unit. The crypto token ethereum name service (ENS) has a circulating supply of around 25.78 million ENS coins. ENS is ranked 114 among more than 13,000 crypto assets in existence and has a market cap of around $418.30 million.

While ENS has gained 9% during the last 24 hours, the crypto asset is down 80% since the token’s all-time price high nine months ago on November 11, 2021. At that time, ENS exchanged hands for $83.40 per unit and on June 14, 2022, ENS hit an all-time low at $7.45 per coin.

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Statistics powered by Intotheblock.com show the concentration of large ENS token holders is 86% in comparison to bitcoin’s (BTC) 10% concentration of large holders. During the last seven days, there were $41.60 million worth of ENS transactions greater than $100K recorded on the Ethereum blockchain. Data from cryptocompare.com shows that the largest trading pair with ENS is tether (USDT) as the stablecoin commands 79% of ENS trades on August 3.

The ENS DAO constitution has been published and the team made 50 limited edition physical copies of the decentralized autonomous organization’s constitution.

USDT is followed by BUSD with 7.94%, USD with 5.09%, USDC with 2.37%, TRY with 1.90%, and BTC capturing 1.54% of all ENS swaps. While ENS saw a significant spike in ENS registrations in May, the spike recorded in July saw significantly lower registration fees as Ethereum’s average and median-sized data fees have been the lowest in months.

ENS just published its DAO constitution with its 48,823 signers, which is available for free digitally, and the project printed a set of 50 limited edition slipcased copies.

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BNB Was The Top Ten’s Best Market Performer In Q2, Bitcoin Takes Second Place — Solana Performed The Worst

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BNB Was The Top Ten’s Best Market Performer In Q2, Bitcoin Takes Second Place — Solana Performed The Worst

With the first half of the year gone, statistics from the second quarter of 2022 indicate that the crypto economy has tumbled significantly in value, and crypto tokens in the top ten market positions have lost 30% to 60% in USD value during the past three months. Q2 data further shows that binance coin managed to avoid the losses its competitors have taken, and solana was the worst market performer out of the top ten crypto assets by market capitalization.

Top Ten Crypto Assets Suffered Significant Losses During the Last Quarter

It’s been a crazy Q2, to say the least, as numerous crypto assets within the digital currency economy are at much lower values than they were three months ago. During the second quarter of 2022, bitcoin (BTC) for instance, shed 42.92% of its value against the U.S. dollar.

Statistics also show that ethereum (ETH), the second-largest crypto asset by market cap, lost 47.24% over the last three months. While much of the crypto economy’s losses stemmed from the aforementioned two crypto assets, a wide variety of top-positioned digital currencies have shed massive value.

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BNB was the top ten’s best-performing crypto asset in Q2 2022 as it only took a loss of 33.67%, while the second best performer, bitcoin (BTC), lost 42.92% of its value against the U.S. dollar.

The Binance Smart Chain network’s BNB, however, is only down 33.67% in Q2, which makes BNB the best performer during the second quarter among the top ten crypto assets. BTC’s 42% plunge was the second best market performance out of the top ten, while cardano (ADA) managed to capture the top ten’s third best market performance in Q2.

Solana (SOL) was the top ten’s worst-performing crypto asset as the cryptocurrency lost 59.19% during the last three months.

ADA lost 45.49% in value against the U.S. dollar in three months. XRP lost 48.99% in Q2, while dogecoin (DOGE) lost 48.51%. Solana (SOL) was the top ten’s worst market performer as it lost 59.19% during 2022’s second quarter.

Dozens of Relatively Unknown Tokens Rise, $930 Billion Erased from the Crypto Economy in Q2

Most of Q2’s top-performing crypto assets that are not in the top ten positions were relatively unknown digital currencies. The largest gains recorded in Q2 were captured by the tokens like smartofgiving (AOG), followed by pitbull (PIT), and bosagora (BOA). The worst performers in Q2 include bluesparrow, piedao, terra luna classic, and wrapped terra luna classic.

Hundreds of coins out of the 13,414 crypto assets traded on 514 exchanges worldwide have lost more than 90% in value in Q2. In contrast, there are only a few dozen crypto assets that did perform well compared to the hundreds of coins that lost value during the second quarter. During the last three months alone, $930 billion in USD value has left the crypto economy.

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