ATOM continues to be the shining star of Cosmos Hub, as it helps secure the overall network while acting as the catalyst for DeFi across the entire chain and interconnected IBC ecosystem. As users continue to stake, the network becomes more resilient and encourages more activity.
Below is our latest analysis on key ATOM staking statistics over the past month, providing you with a comprehensive overview of activity on Cosmos Hub.
Below are key data points surrounding general ATOM token statistics:
- Total Market Cap: $3.17B+
- 24-Hr Trading Volume: $398M+
- Unique Wallet Addresses: 1.28M+
- Circulating Supply: 292M+ tokens
Cosmos Hub Overview
The below information displays key data points surrounding IBC activity on Cosmos Hub over the last 30 days:
- IBC Volume (30D): $147M+
- IBC Transfers (30D): 267K+
- Active Zones (30D): 48
- Block Height: 11.70M
Staking Market Cap
At the time of writing, Cosmos Hub (ATOM) ranks 9th relative to other cryptocurrency assets by staking market cap, maintaining its position from last month, and currently sitting at $2.29B+. When it comes to its staking ratio, it’s ranked 21 out of 87 compared to the other PoS networks, remaining relatively steady since last month.
Staking Ratio and Stats
The last 30 days have been positive for ATOM, as its staking ratio has increased quite significantly by just over 3%, now totaling 65.58%. This is likely due to various factors, including increased adoption for ATOM & Cosmos Hub, in addition to a general rise in sentiment across the overall cryptocurrency market.
200M+ ATOM tokens are currently bonded relative to its circulating supply of 305M+.
This is a huge net positive for ATOM, as it continues to move closer to reaching its peak staking ratio of ~75% back in 2020.
Unique delegates are a key factor in determining the level of adoption for ATOM staking on Cosmos Hub, as it demonstrates the rise in interest and commitment to help secure the chain. At the time of writing, the number of ATOM delegates now totals 497,372, which is an almost 2% increase from only a month ago.
ATOM Liquid Staking Ecosystem & Stats
Numbers for both protocols are looking stronger when compared to last month, demonstrating an increase in demand for these assets and liquid staking in general.
*While the amount controlled has slightly varied over the last month, the top 23 validators still cumulatively hold over 67.1% of all staked ATOM (governance consensus threshold).
The Nakamoto Coefficient is a very important metric that notes the concentration of stake across a blockchain’s validator set, highlighting the lowest number of validators that need to join forces to maliciously affect the chain.
A larger coefficient value (relative to the total number of active validators) means that staked tokens are more evenly distributed across network validators, making the chain more decentralized and secure.
Since the last report in July, the Nakamoto Coefficient has remained at 7 with its 175 active validators.
We’d like to extend our thanks to the Persistence and Cosmos communities for reading through this month’s report. The goal of this report is to provide you with an informative, comprehensive overview of ATOM staking statistics in one place.
Make sure to stay tuned on our blog and social media channels to get the latest scoop on what else is coming down the road, including next month’s ATOM staking report.
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At present, pSTAKE supports Binance (BNB), Cosmos (ATOM), Persistence (XPRT), and Ethereum (ETH) networks’ native tokens, with a view to support more chains and assets in the future (SOL, and AVAX).
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Persistence is a Tendermint-based, specialised Layer-1 network powering an ecosystem of DeFi applications focused on unlocking the liquidity of staked assets.
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