FTX Revenue and Usage Statistics (2022)

David Curry

Updated: September 6, 2022

FTX is one of the newer cryptocurrency platforms which have become wildly popular in 2021, with some pegging it as a key competitor to Coinbase in the retail investor market.

Sam Bankman-Fried and Gary Wang launched FTX in May 2019, two years after Bankman-Fried founded Alameda Research, a quantitative trading firm which specialises in cryptocurrency.

It offers derivatives, options, tokenised stocks, leveraged tokens and an NFT marketplace. It has also launched its own utility token, FTT, which has seen its market value increase by over 850% since the start of the year.

FTX acquired Blockfolio for $150 million in August 2020, providing it access to one of the largest cryptocurrency services for retail investors. It is through this app that FTX has acquired most of its mobile users.

It has also boosted its profile through sports partnerships, such as a 19-year $135 million naming rights deal with the Miami Heat, a 10-year naming rights deal with e-sports franchise TeamSoloMid.

Part of this push into sports and e-sports may be partly due to FTX’s interest in sports gambling and bets, which could be the next market cryptocurrency and blockchain operators get involved in.

FTX has grown considerably in valuation over the past two years, becoming one of the quickest companies to reach decacorn stage (+$10 billion valuation). It was valued at $18 billion in its latest funding round, which included SoftBank, Coinbase and Sequoia Capital.

We have collected data and statistics on FTX. Read on below to find out more.

FTX key statistics

  • FTX made $1.02 billion revenue in 2021, a massive increase on the $85 million it reported in 2020
  • It has over one million users on its mobile and desktop platforms
  • Peak 24 hours trading volume has reached $21 billion in 2021
  • FTX managed $385 billion annual crypto trading volume in 2020

FTX overview

TitleTitle 2
Launch dateMay 2019
HQAntigua and Barbuda
PeopleSam Bankman-Fried (CEO, co-founder), Gary Wang (co-founder)
Business typePrivate
IndustryCryptocurrency

FTX revenue

FTX generated $1 billion revenue in 2021, over 1000% more than it made in the previous year.

FTX annual revenue 2019 to 2021 ($mm)

YearRevenue ($mm)
20197.2
202085
20211021

Source: Company data 

FTX net income

FTX made $388 million net income in 2021, over 2000% more than it made in 2020.

FTX annual net income 2020 to 2021 ($mm)

YearNet Income ($mm)
202017
2021388

Source: Company data 

FTX users

FTX has 1.2 million registered users across its platforms, although it has not updated this stat since the start of 2021.

FTX annual users 2019 to 2021 (mm)

YearUsers (mm)
20190.1
20201
20211.2

Note: Users across all FTX platforms (Blockfolio, FTX Pro and desktop). Source: Company data

FTX peak trading volume

FTX managed to quadruple its peak 24 hour trading volume in 2021, reaching $21 billion.

FTX peak 24 hour trading volume 2020 to 2021 ($bn)

YearPeak trading volume ($bn)
20207
202121

Source: Company data

FTX annual crypto exchange volume

FTX managed $719 billion in crypto exchange last year, an 89% increase on the previous year.

FTX annual crypto exchange volume 2019 to 2021 ($bn)

YearAnnual crypto volume ($bn)
201927
2020385
2021719

Source: Company data

FTX peak trading volume vs competitors


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FTX FAQ

What is FTX most recent valuation?

FTX was valued at $18 billion in a funding round led by SoftBank in July (Bloomberg)

What is the average trading volume on FTX?

There was $10bn trading volume daily on FTX in June 2021

What does FTX sponsor?

FTX has naming rights for the Miami Heat stadium, e-sports organisation TeamSolo Mid and Mercedes-AMG F1 team

How much did FTX pay for Blockfolio?

FTX acquired Blockfolio for $150 million in August 2020

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