Last modified on 11. October 2020
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In September 2020, Uniswap was added to coinmarketcap.com to track its real-time trading data.
This section presents the quarterly averages (trimester) for trading volume, market capitalization and trading price for 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Trading Volume & Market Capitalization
The all-time high of Uniswap in 2020
The Uniswap currency reached a peak in September 2020 at US$ 8.44. The equivalent market capitalization of the token reached over US$ 668 million. This put Uniswap around certain other digital currencies, such as Baer Chain, Wrapped Bitcoin, IOTA, Aave and Dash, among others.
Uniswaps all-time high compared to Bitcoin and the most renowned companies worldwide
Bitcoin, by far the largest cryptocurrency at the time, had a market capitalization of US$ 202 billion on that day. Apple Inc., one of the most highly valued brands in the world, stood at US$ 1827 billion. And Volkswagen AG, the world’s largest vehicle manufacturer as of 2018, at US$ 90 billion.
- Uniswap (UNI): 0.668 bn US dollars
- Bitcoin (BTC): 202 bn US dollars
- Apple (AAPL): 1827 bn US dollars
- VW (VWAGY): 90 bn US dollars
- Date: 18 September 2020
The Uniswap-Token is not a native digital currency and is not generated via mining. It has no maximum number of tokens, unlike Basic Attention Token, for example.
Uniswap transactions currently in progress can be tracked using this block explorer, which also displays block height and other real-time metrics.
Further details about Uniswap, including the white paper and other links to source code, community forums and social media channels can be found on uniswap.org.
Three large markets for buying or selling Uniswap in USD are Coinbase Pro, Binance and Bitfinex. There are additional platforms where you can buy or sell Uniswap, including OKEx, Huobi Global and Bilaxy, among others.
A large market for buying or selling Uniswap in BTC is Binance. There are additional platforms where you can buy or sell Uniswap, including Huobi Global, OKEx and DigiFinex, among others.
1. Or 0.2794 percent, if omitting Bitcoin.