As 2022 begins, 13 different cryptocurrency exchange platforms have more than a billion dollars each in digital currencies held in reserves. Between all 13 trading platforms, the group of exchange platforms hold a whopping $165.25 billion worth of bitcoin, ethereum, and tether.
At the time of writing, the crypto economy is worth $2.3 trillion and 7.10% of the aggregate or $168 billion is made up of stablecoins. Furthermore, statistics on January 2, 2022, indicate that 13 crypto-asset trading platforms hold a billion dollars or more in cryptocurrencies.
The 13 exchanges include Coinbase, Binance, Huobi Global, Kraken, Okex, Gemini, Bitfinex, Bittrex, Bitflyer, Coincheck, Bitstamp, and Bybit respectively. Coinbase is the leader, in terms of crypto reserves held on Sunday, with $56.2 billion in crypto assets under management (AUM).
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All 13 exchanges hold approximately 165.25 billion in crypto assets on January 2, 2022, which equates to 6.98% of the $2.3 trillion crypto economy. Bybit maintains the 13th position, in terms of crypto reserves, and holds $1.44 billion in digital assets.
Approximately ten crypto-asset exchanges command more than $50 million in crypto AUM. 23 exchanges hold a million dollars or more in crypto AUM and dozens of crypto exchanges have no available reserve data.
This report’s crypto exchange reserve data published on January 2, 2022, at 8:15 a.m. (EST) was recorded by Bituniverse, Peckshield, Chain.info, and Etherscan.
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