July 16, 2024


Over three billion in value was erased from the stablecoin economy during the past 30 days. The trend occurred despite the number of tethers in circulation rising by 2.2% last month. On Oct. 1, 2022, tether’s market capitalization was approximately $67.95 billion, and it’s risen to $69.36 billion since then. Circle’s usd coin, on the other hand, had a valuation of around $47.20 billion 30 days ago and today, the market cap is $42.54 billion, after the stablecoin project’s number of tokens in circulation dropped by 10.3%.

Stablecoin Economy’s Supply Tightens

The stablecoin economy has lost approximately 3.32 billion in nominal U.S. dollar value during the past 30 days, according to statistics recorded on Nov. 2, 2022. Most of the action derived from the top two stablecoins (USDT & USDC), as usd coin’s (USDC) number of stablecoins in circulation slid 10.3% lower since last month. Archived records show, that while the stablecoin project’s supply lost 9.6% the month before, USDC’s market cap dropped from $47.20 billion to $42.54 billion through the month of October.

Stablecoin Blues: $3 Billion Erased From the Dollar-Pegged Token Economy, HUSD Depegs, USDC Supply Drops 10%
The stablecoin economy on October 1, 2022, recorded on archive.org.

Records published on Oct. 1, 2022, further show that the month prior, tether’s (USDT) number of coins in circulation was up roughly 0.6%. Throughout the month of October, USDT’s coins in circulation, according to coingecko.com statistics, indicate the supply has risen by 2.2% since then. At the time, 30 days ago, tether’s market capitalization was roughly $67.95 billion and on Nov. 2, 2022, USDT’s market cap is currently valued at $69.36 billion. Although, USDC was not the only stablecoin that recorded 30-day supply drops since the first of October, as a myriad of stablecoins saw supply reductions.

Stablecoin Blues: $3 Billion Erased From the Dollar-Pegged Token Economy, HUSD Depegs, USDC Supply Drops 10%
The stablecoin economy on November 2, 2022.

The stablecoin DAI, issued by the Makerdao project, has seen a 10.7% reduction since last month. Frax (FRAX) saw an 11.1% slide downward and pax dollar (USDP) dipped by 2.2%. The number of trueusd (TUSD) declined by 7.4%, and Tron’s USDD stablecoin supply reduced by 7.2% during the last 30 days. While BUSD’s supply jumped 8.1% higher at the end of September, BUSD’s overall number of coins in circulation increased by 2.9% this past month.

BUSD’s market cap is now more than half of USDC’s valuation, as the number of BUSD coins in circulation represents 50.82% of the USDC supply. Another interesting factor that took place within the stablecoin economy was the recent HUSD depegging event.

Stablecoin Blues: $3 Billion Erased From the Dollar-Pegged Token Economy, HUSD Depegs, USDC Supply Drops 10%
14-day HUSD chart shows the depegging event within the time-frame. HUSD is exchanging hands for $0.324 per unit on Nov. 2, 2022.

Three days ago, Bitcoin.com News reported on HUSD sliding to record lows and now it’s trading well below that number today. HUSD is currently exchanging hands for $0.324 per unit on Nov. 2, 2022. HUSD slid to an all-time low at $0.283, and it’s currently 14.4% higher than that all-time low, but the token’s current value is not even close to the $1 parity it once held on Oct. 1, 2022.

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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 6,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.

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