Dear Omm community, following on from our Karma Bond Proposal 1 , we’d like to present a statistics report after a successful first bonding period.
Unique bonders: 42
Average bonders that held LP tokens before bonding: 40,37%
Average weighted discount: 4.82%
Average weighted percent of acquired OMM sold after claim = 66.28%
Average weighted percent of acquired OMM locked after claim = 4.97%
Note: OMM amount paid out (or claimed) was used as a weight
Bonders holding LP tokens before bonding: 19.05%
Unique bonders: 21
Average weighted discount: 5.15%
Average bonding amount: $129 (limit was ~$225 per bonding)
DIstribution of USD amounts bonded.
Bonders holding LP tokens before bonding: 62.07%
Unique bonders: 29
Average weighted discount: 3.66%
Average bonding amount: $96.68 (limit was ~$225 per bonding)
Bonders holding LP tokens before bonding: 40.0%
Unique bonders: 20
Average weighted discount: 5.66%
Average bonding amount: $136.01 (limit was ~$225 per bonding)
The first iteration of bonds provided by OMM was a great success. The average weighted discount was 4.82%, which competes with the Olympus Pro lead bonding protocol (5% average). Because the Icon community and purchasing power are much smaller, we consider this a great success.
Only 40.37% of bonders held LP tokens before which means 59.63% of new users provided liquidity for the first time, providing great educational experience. Newly provided liquidity will help stabilize the price even further.
Estimated 66.28% of acquired OMM was sold with estimation not taking into account OMM held by users before, thus real number could be lower. Approximately 4.97% of OMM was locked within a 4 weeks period after claiming.