Saddle Protocol Stats
Key stats and tools to interpret Saddle protocol.
In this section, we will explain the key stats and the analytics tools available to interpret the protocol stats.

SADDLE PROTOCOL STATS

Total Value Locked (TVL)

Total value locked is the funds (assets) currently locked (staked) in Saddle protocol. TVL represents the total dollar valuation of all the assets deposited in Saddle’s smart contracts.

Trading Volume (TV)

Trading volume is the number of units traded in the market during a time. For instance, a 24-hour trading volume shows the value of assets bought and sold over the course of a day.

Total Revenue (Trading Fees)

Total revenue is a measure of the trading fees paid by the traders over a specific period.

Supply-Side Revenue

Supply-side revenue is the share of trading fees which go to the liquidity providers (LPs) for their contribution to the liquidity pools.

Revenue Composition

A chart on asset vs revenue comparison – which asset contributes most to the revenue generated on Saddle.

Liquidity By Asset

Liquidity refers to how easily and quickly assets are bought or sold without affecting the asset's price. Assets with a high volume of trade are typically considered liquid.

LP Tokens Staked

Saddle rewards LP tokens for contributing to the liquidity pools. Liquidity providers can further stake the LP tokens to earn additional rewards. This stat shows the LP tokens issued vs staked.

SADDLE POOL STATS

Besides the protocol stats, many tools are available to understand the technical information around Saddle. In this section, we will explain the key stats and the tools available to interpret the technical stats.

Unique Deposit Address

The unique deposit address denotes the liquidity providers of Saddle. A wide spread of unique addresses is a measure of the fair distribution and mass adoption of the Saddle ecosystem.

Smart Contract Stats

By using block explorer tools - like Etherscan, BlockChair, or OKLink – users can extract and analyze lots of technical stats around Saddle’s smart contracts. To extract the information, you’ll need the Ethereum address. You’ll find the smart contract address of all Saddle Pools here.
In this example, we’ll analyze the stats of the D4 Saddle Pool with the smart contract address: 0xC69DDcd4DFeF25D8a793241834d4cc4b3668EAD6.
Etherscan.io Block Explorer
  • Step 1: Choose the pool and copy the smart contract address from here
  • Step 2: Go to https://etherscan.io/
  • Step 3: Enter the smart contract address in the search box. Click Search.
  • Step 4: You’ll now see the stats of the D4 Saddle Pool
Blockchair.com Block Explorer
  • Step 1: Choose the pool and copy the smart contract address from here
  • Step 2: Go to https://blockchair.com/
  • Step 3: Enter the smart contract address in the search box. Click Search.
  • Step 4: You’ll now see the stats of the D4 Saddle Pool

Visualizing Smart Contracts

By using visualization tools - like Bitquery – users can extract the stats in visual and easily digestible format. To extract the information, you’ll need the Ethereum address. You’ll find the smart contract address of all Saddle Pools here.
In this example, we’ll analyze the stats of the D4 Saddle Pool with the smart contract address: 0xC69DDcd4DFeF25D8a793241834d4cc4b3668EAD6.
Bitquery.io Block Explorer
  • Step 1: Choose the pool and copy the smart contract address from here
  • Step 3: Enter the smart contract address in the search box. Click Search.
  • Step 4: Click on Ethereum Mainnet in the results shown
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