TVL DeFi Dominance Ranking ETH 2.0 March 2022 | Ethereum Layer 1 Competitors Terra vs Avax vs Solana

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Defi value drops by $55 billion in two months, and Ethereum’s Defi dominance falls 14%. We have covered ETH competitors Terra, Avax, & Solana.

The crypto-economy has been sliding in value during the last 48 hours as the current market valuation for all 13,000+ crypto assets is $1.83 trillion. Furthermore, the total value locked (TVL) in decentralized finance (defi) protocols has slipped below the $200 billion mark to $196.02 billion on Sunday morning (EST). Meanwhile, Ethereum’s dominance is 55.54% of the current aggregate TVL held in defi today with $108.88 billion.

Value Locked in Defi Protocols Sink, Ethereum Loses Decentralized Finance Dominance

The value in defi protocols has slipped from the $251 billion mark at the end of December 2021, to today’s current $196.02 billion. That’s a drop of around 21.91% in USD value during the last two months.

This article is covering the role of DeFi in general into 2022.

On Sunday, March 6, 2022, the current TVL held in defi has increased 0.11% during the last 24 hours with Curve Finance dominating the protocol pack. Curve’s $17.88 billion TVL represents 9.12% of the TVL held in defi, as it increased 0.64% during the last week. Curve is followed by Makerdao ($15.15B), Lido ($12.79B), and Convex Finance ($12.58B).

Value Locked in Defi Sheds $55 Billion in 2 Months, Ethereum's Defi Dominance Loses 14%
Value locked in decentralized finance (defi) on Sunday, March 6, 2022.

Ethereum still dominates the TVL in defi this weekend, but only by 55.59%, according to chain stats. On October 5, 2021, ETH defi dominance was 69% and over the last five months, it shed 14% dominance. Today, Terra holds the second-largest defi TVL with $22.67 billion locked, and more than half locked into the Anchor protocol.

Terra is followed by BSC ($11.71B), Avalanche ($10.74B), and Fantom ($7.69B) in terms of TVL held in defi protocols on Sunday. Solana’s defi TVL this weekend is $6.83 billion down more than 5% during the last seven days.

At press time, there are 381 decentralized exchange (dex) platforms holding a combined TVL of around $64.65 billion. data shows Uniswap v3 is the top dex this weekend with $856.6 million in 24-hour volume.

Uniswap v3 is followed by Pancakeswap ($317M), Spookyswap ($270M), Curve ($155M), and Astroport ($155) in terms of daily dex volumes. The top three leading smart contract platform tokens in terms of seven-day gains include waves (WAVES) up 51% this week, lisk (LSK) up 28.9% and wanchain (WAN) jumped 23.6%.

On March 6, there’s currently $23.37 billion total value locked in cross-chain bridges to Ethereum, according to Dune Analytics’ metrics. Leading cross-chain bridge TVLs include blockchains like Avalanche, Polygon, Fantom, Ronin, and Arbitrum respectively.

Presently there are 25 decentralized finance (defi) oracles and Chainlink dominates the pack. Chainlink secures $52.23 billion in value across 141 protocols, as it has an oracle dominance of around 54.83% on Sunday morning.

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