Since December 8, the stablecoin economy has grown 3.59% in 17 days as numerous stablecoin market valuations have issued more fiat-pegged tokens this month. On Saturday, December 25, the stablecoin economy’s $167 billion market valuation represents 6.68% of the entire $2.49 trillion crypto market economy.
Stablecoin Issuance Jumps 3.5%
There’s a great number of stablecoins in existence today that are pegged to the value of fiat currencies like the U.S. dollar. The U.S. dollar is the most common stablecoin peg today, but there are others that represent the euro and the Swiss franc. On Saturday, the total value of all the stablecoins in existence is $167 billion, up 3.59% since our newsdesk’s last stablecoin report. The most dominant stablecoin today is tether (USDT) with a market valuation of around $77.7 billion spread across various blockchains.
Top ten stablecoins by market valuation on December 25, 2021.
Tether’s sizable market capitalization is 46.52% of the entire stablecoin economy today. Usd coin (USDC) is the second largest stablecoin in terms of market capitalization with $42.4 billion. While USDT increased 5.7% during the last month, USDC climbed 14% during the last 30 days. The third, fourth and fifth largest stablecoin market valuations belong to BUSD, UST, and DAI respectively. BUSD’s $14.8 billion market cap increased by 14.6% during the last month and UST’s issuance jumped by 36.6%.