Weekly ETH and ETC Trading Statistics 30/11

Weekly ETH, ETC trading summary: 462 completed trades, 301 created orders and 77 new users, which generated roughly $11,281 USD in trading volume.

Weekly ETH and ETC Trading Statistics 30/11

This past week we saw 462 completed trades, 301 created orders, 77 new users, and 13 new tokens listed which generated roughly $11,281 USD in trading volume.

In our Weekly ETH and ETC Trading summaries we take a look at our exchange's performance on Ethereum and Ethereum Classic. The 7 day period we are covering is from 19/11 to 26/11, with all of our trading data retrieved using Saturn API.

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Total Volume Since Launch

Since launch our total trading volume is now 35,714 ETC and 1,449 ETH which at current prices means we have seen roughly $362,733 USD go through our smart contracts.

Trading Volume Last 7 days USD

Calculated using the price of ETH and ETC as per the time of the trade on our platform.

  • Ethereum Classic Trading: $3,233
  • Ethereum Trading: $8,048
  • Weekly Total: $11,281

Trading activity did take a bit of dip this week, potentially influenced by some the uncertain price swings that have been happening in many major cryptocurrencies. Or it could simply be North American based traders were dialling down their crypto trading activity for the long Thanksgiving weekend.


Our token trading markets on ETH have seen a little drop in completed trades and orders this week, and as a result our weekly trading volume is down by 16 ETH compared to last week. We did see 13 new token assets follow our self listing guide, which will hopefully translate into new active markets trading on our platform. We did see more orders being created than trades being completed, which could be a sign of higher trading activity in the future as these new orders are filled.

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In total this week we saw a trading volume of 52 ETH, which was generated by 132 trades and 153 orders being created. Another great note is this week we saw 67 new traders interacting with our smart contracts.

ETH Weekly Trade Statistics

  • Trades Completed: 132
  • Orders Created: 153
  • New Users: 67
  • Volume last 7 days: ~52 ETH
  • Volume Since Launch: ~1449 ETH
  • Total Trade Mined: ~36,346 SATURN
  • Total Token Count: 268

Ethereum Classic

We also saw a little dip in trading on our ETC markets with volume down by 188 ETC, though we still saw nearly the same amount of completed trades as prior weeks. On a very positive note, we saw 10 new users interact with our exchange's smart contract. Always good to see more Dapp users turning up on Ethereum Classic.

In total this week we saw 294 completed trades and 148 orders being created which generated 814 ETC in trading volume.

ETC Weekly Trade Statistics

  • Trades Completed: 294
  • Orders Created: 148
  • New Users: 10
  • Volume last 7 days: ~814 ETC
  • Volume Since Launch: ~35,714 ETC
  • Total Trade Mined: ~878,549 STRN
  • Total Token Count: 103

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