Curve Finance Volume Plunges More Than $4B to Hit 2022 Low

22 August 2022, 10:15 GMT+0000
Updated by Geraint Price
22 August 2022, 10:15 GMT+0000
In Brief
  • In spite of negative market sentiment, the DEX saw a year-over-year rise in volume in July.
  • Curve Finance volume declined further in trading volume in July.
  • July 2022 saw Curve Finance volume reach $7.9 billion.
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Curve Finance plunged further in July due to a drop in the demand for cryptocurrencies by individual whales and institutional investors. 

Curve reached a new low in July as the month proved to be one of the worst periods in the history of the decentralized exchange (DEX). 

The exchange recorded approximately $8 billion in volume throughout July, according to data from Dune Analytics. 

Despite being just $2 million shy of $10 billion, this figure was a 48% decrease from June. 

Curve volume for June was around $15.5 billion. 

Despite July’s plunge, Curve saw a 53% increase year-over-year in trading volume from the same period last year. 

In July 2021, trading volume was in the region of $5.17 billion.

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Overall, the latest statistic was also a $14.74 billion plunge from the yearly high volume of $22.65 billion in January. 

What caused the fall in volume? 

A lack of investor interest in altcoins across centralized exchanges (CEXs) and DEXs was credited for the massive drop in volume. 

Aside from Curve, other DEXs which are known to record high volumes such as Uniswap, Synthetix, Balancer, DODO, Shibaswap, and SushiSwap also dipped to new lows. 

CRV price reaction 

Curve DAO token (CRV), the native asset underpinning Curve Finance, opened on July 1, with a trading price of $0.6843, reached a monthly high of $1.56, tested a monthly low of $0.6677, and closed the month at $1.32. 

Overall, despite a dip in volume, there was a 93% increase between the opening and closing price of CRV in July. 

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