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CryptoCompare’s July Report Shows Surging Exchange Volumes

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Updated by Ryan Smith

In Brief

  • In the last month, volume from the fifteen largest crypto exchanges increased 69% on average
  • In July, top-tier exchanges like Binance, OKEx, and Huobi Global gained market share
  • Bitcoin to fiat and stablecoin volume fell significantly in July
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CryptoCompare has released its July exchange review. The review aims “to capture key developments within the cryptocurrency exchange market”.
As a leading crypto data aggregator, CryptoCompare’s review analyzes exchange volumes, including crypto derivatives trading, market segmentation by exchange fee models, and crypto to crypto vs. fiat to crypto volumes. The latest report shows that in July, top-tier exchange volumes increased 42.1% to $334 billion, while lower-tier volumes decreased 38.1% to $224 billion. In other words, the top-tier exchanges now account for over 60% of the total spot volume. Learn more about CryptoCompare’s benchmarking here. In addition, the report found that the total volume of the top 15 biggest exchanges grew considerably in comparison to June. The average increase was 69%, with a total volume equalling the highs in March.
Source: CryptoCompare
CryptoCompare’s data also showed that investors have decreased the amount of bitcoin they are exchanging for fiat and stable coins. The most recent report shows BTC exchange into USDT dropped by 16.25% in July to ₿5.41 million, down from ₿6.47 million in June.
Source: CryptoCompare
Action in stablecoin markets for BTC showed a decline similar to the one experienced via fiat. Per the CryptoCompare report,
“BTC/USDC fell to 66,800 BTC (down 13.3%) last month. The BTC/USDT pair still accounted for the majority of bitcoin being traded into either fiat or stablecoins for July, at 66% of total volume versus 69 percent in June.”
The increase in total volume is yet another bullish sign for crypto. The increased dominance of top tier exchanges may indicate that the market is starting to mature.


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