Weekly Data Report for 28 March to 3 April

Turnover Went Up

Abstract: Several security issues relating to NFT occurred last week: five validator keys on Ronin bridge were hacked; Taiwanese superstar Jay Chou’sBored Ape Yacht Club, Mutant Ape Yacht Club and Doodles NFTs were stolen; the discord communicaties of several NFT projects were hacked.

The performance of the secondary market and the number of users of the Web 3.0 move-to-earn token STEPN continued to improve. The secondary market also saw an increase in its turnover and is expected to remain range-bound.

  • Performance of top 100 digital assets was mixed. Last week, 65 out of the top 100 digital assets staged growth, while 35 witnessed decline.
  • Turnover on exchange increased. Last week, turnover on the 10 exchanges tracked by us rose by 33.3%. Binance moved up by +37.8%. Bitfinex, Bitstamp and Coinbase recorded an increase of +10.7%, +11.2% and +17.7% respectively.
  • Futures registered modest changes in turnover. Last week, turnover of Bitcoin futures market declined by 1.1%, with close position down to around US$0.0163 trillion. Turnover of Ethereum futures market grew by 20%, with open position growing to US$0.0093 trillion.
  • Turnover of DEXes increased to approximately US$0.017 trillion. The decrease in weekly turnover of Dex grew by 21.4% as compared to last week.
  • Turnover on OpenSea increased to US$0.00128 trillion, up 30% as compared to last week.


  • Turnover increased. Market value of cryptocurrencies remained at approximately US$2.1 trillion last week. Bitcoin fluctuated between US$44,000 and US$48,000. Spot turnover went up by approximately 30% as compared to last week. Turnover of Bitcoin futures decreased by 1.1%. Turnover of Ethereum futures rose by 20%. Several security issues relating to NFT occurred last week: Jay Chou was robbed of a BAYC, MAYC and two Doodles. The stolen NFTs have been sold by hackers at 166 ETH. Attacks on the discord of eight projects including BAYC and Doodles, and the tools such as Captcha and Ticket Tool were reported, mainly by luring users to phishing websites. 173,600 ETH and 25,500,000 USDC were stolen from Axie Infinity’s Ronin bridge, and five validator keys on Ronin bridge were hacked, including four Sky Mavis validators and one Axie DAO. In addition, for the move-to-earn token STEPH, its governance token GMT rose by 206% in seven days and its gaming token GST soared 40%. The profits for the first quarter reached 198,635.62 SOL and the number of active users is growing.

Digital Currency Market Capitalization Change:

Source: HashKey Capital Research, Coin360

Bitcoin Futures Daily Trading Volume:

Source: HashKey Capital Research, The Block


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