Trending Project: SudoSwap 📈

Jul 17, 20222 min read
  1. Name: SudoSwap
  2. Sector: NFT - Exchange
  3. Network: Ethereum
  4. FDV: n/a
  5. Hotness Rating: 🔥🔥🔥🔥

Tl;dr: A highly anticipated NFT exchange has launched.

SudoSwap Listings - Source: SudoSwap UI
  • Since launch, the sudoAMM has facilitated 137.70 ETH in trading volumes for a daily average of 19.67 ETH. The protocol also currently has an “offer TVL” (which measures the ETH locked in pools on the AMM) of 95.75 ETH across 59 different collections. This liquidity has been largely concentrated among 14 projects, which account for 87.79 ETH (~91.7%). The most liquid individual collection is Otherdeed, NFTs which represent ownership of land in the upcoming Otherside Metaverse, which has 26.5% of the total offer TVL at 25.39 ETH.
  • Although SudoSwap has yet to reveal any specifics around plans to decentralized governance or launch a token, Owen, the project's lead developer, has previously suggested that holders of XMON, the utility token for 0xMons, will receive a “SUDO” allocation if/when the token goes live. Not confirmed though!
XMON Smart Money Balances - Source: Nansen
  • The launch of the AMM, as well as speculation surrounding said allocation, may be driving the recent outperformance in XMON, which is up 196% over the past month compared to a 35% increase in the price of ETH. Furthermore, it appears as if savvy investors have been buying the dip, as Nansen smart money balances have risen 26% from 172 to 217 during this time.

Hotness Rating (🔥🔥🔥🔥/5):

  • SudoSwap’s AMM is an exciting and potentially disruptive new NFT primitive. Although the DEX has seen a small amount of usage to date, there are potential catalysts on the horizon which can fuel growth, such as integrations with NFT aggregators like Gem and Genie. While it is unclear if holders will receive a SUDO allocation, investors who want to use XMON as a warrant type-instrument should keep the token on their radar.

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