Ethereum Yearly Report Release April 2022 | Treasury of $1.6 Billion and $300 Million non-Crypto Assets

1 min read

Now is the time of year when you squint at your receipts and tax forms to better understand your spending habits. If all of that sounds intimidating, you can rest assured that even those running crypto projects follow similar guidelines.

Click here for Plus500

To that end, when the Ethereum Foundation published its yearly report, a lot of traders – ETH and otherwise – were interested in the parts dealing with the foundation’s treasury.

Here’s what you need to know.

Click here for BlackBull Markets

Why you should give an “EF”

The Ethereum Foundation’s report stated that as of the end of March 2022, its treasury contained $1.6 billion, with $1.3 billion of it held in crypto while $300 million was held in non-crypto investments and assets.


About the asset breakdown, the report further stated,

“The vast majority (99.1%) of our crypto holdings are held in ETH. This ETH represents 0.297% of the total ETH supply on March 31 2022.”


Source: Ethereum Foundation

About its non-crypto assets, the Ethereum Foundation explained this was to balance out “rising ETH prices” and market downturns.

Click here for Binance.US

Let’s ETH together sometime!

Well, Ether at the time of this press was trading at $3,046, up by 4.41% over the last day. And, 1.01% in the past seven days.

Despite the price appreciation, what was stark was a nearly vertical fall in development activity that started on 18 April. This was in spite of average gas fees falling to 32.93 gwei on 17 April.

Naturally, you’d expect investment sentiments to be down in the dumps. Yet, the opposite happened as Santiment data showed that weighted sentiment was in positive territory.

This was a first for the month of April. The weighed sentiment was recorded at 0.601, despite widespread disappointment regarding the delay of the Merge and Ethereum’s TVL falling to $114.22 billion.


Sahana is a full-time journalist at AMBCrypto. She has a Masters in Journalism and her areas of study include crypto-regulation, digital society, privacy, and intersectionality. Ask her about film photography and philately.

Via this site

Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only. It is not a direct offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell, or a recommendation or endorsement of any products, services, or companies. does not provide investment, tax, legal, or accounting advice. Neither the company nor the author is responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any content, goods or services mentioned in this article.