Being able to ask questions like what was happening with USDC on the weekend that Silicon Valley Bank failed helped Symbolic Capital make an estimated US$20 million over the course of 72 hours.
According to our blockchain data, Symbolic Capital profited from the chaos of the U.S. banking failures, arbitraging USDC when the stablecoin slipped its $1 target peg but ultimately regained it.
But it’s not just knowing what the smart money is doing, what the protocol does matters as well. Which is why DeFi DataStream enables research into:
- top wallet addresses (including clustering where wallets have been identified to be controlled by a single entity or a group of insiders)
- collateralization ratios (automated alerts can help to detect the first signs of trouble, with collateralization ratios in specific liquidity pools often becoming catalysts to market wide sell downs)
- appetite for leverage by monitoring decentralized stablecoin minting and burning
and much more.