Value Locked in Defi Drops Below $200 Billion, April’s Dex Trade Volume Drops 21% Lower Than March – Defi Bitcoin News

While the crypto economy shed billions this week, the total value locked (TVL) in decentralized finance protocols slipped under the $200 billion range to $196.6 billion. The TVL in defi lost roughly 3.16% during the last day, and the $592 billion in smart contract protocol tokens dropped in value by 3.5% over the last 24 hours.

Defi TVL Slips Below $200 Billion, Numerous Protocols Shed Billions, Dex Trade Volume Dives

The value locked in defi has slipped under the $200 billion mark for the first time since March 16, 2022. At the time of writing the total value locked (TVL) is roughly $196.6 billion, down 3.16% during the last 24 hours.

All ten of the top defi protocols, except for Anchor, have seen significant 30-day TVL percentage declines. Curve Finance is down 11.74%, Lido has lost 13.73%, Makerdao shed 16.81%, and Convex Finance has lost 10.59% since last month.

The biggest loser during the last 30 days is the Aave Protocol which lost 21.98% since last month. Curve Finance is the leading defi protocol as it dominates by 9.56% with today’s TVL of around $18.8 billion.

Value Locked in Defi Drops Below $200 Billion, April's Dex Trade Volume Drops 21% Lower Than March
Data recorded on May 1, 2022, indicates the current total value locked in defi protocols is $196.6 billion, according to defillama.com statistics.

The TVL held on Ethereum-based defi protocols still rules the roost today with 55.55% dominance or $109.21 billion today. Terra blockchain is the second largest in terms of defi TVL with 14.36% of the $196.6 billion. Terra’s TVL today equates to $28.23 billion and $16.48 billion resides in Anchor.

Behind Ethereum and Terra, in terms of defi TVL size, includes blockchains such as BSC ($12.04B), Avalanche ($9.38B), and Solana ($6.09B).

Value Locked in Defi Drops Below $200 Billion, April's Dex Trade Volume Drops 21% Lower Than March
April’s decentralized exchange (dex) trade volume dropped 21% lower than in March.

The top five defi protocols, in terms of defi TVL size, includes Curve, Lido, Anchor, Makerdao, and Convex Finance. Terra’s Anchor Protocol saw a 30 day TVL increase of around 4.15% last month.

Aave version three (v3) saw a significant increase during the last 30 days despite the original shedding 21.98%. Aave v3 has a TVL today of around $1.38 billion, up 2,711% since last month.

Statistics show that on Saturday, May 1, 2022, there’s 428 decentralized exchange (dex) platforms with a combined TVL of around ​​$61.44 billion. There’s also 142 defi lending protocols with $48.87 billion total value locked.

Data further shows that dex trade volume dropped during the month of April. In March dex volume was around $117 billion and statistics show that April’s dex trade volume was only around $92.18 billion.

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Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman is the News Lead at Bitcoin.com News and a financial tech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open-source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 5,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.




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