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How is the fiat value of assets calculated?
How is the fiat value of assets calculated?

This articles describes which price oracles are used.

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Written by Tobias Schubotz
Updated over a week ago

Ethereum (Mainnet)

  • The ETH <> USD price is fetched from Kraken. If not found, then Binance is used.

  • For all other pairs of token <> ETH, on-chain oracles from Kyber are used.

  • In case no price can be fetched from Kyber, we check Uniswap V2, Sushiswap, Uniswap V1, in that order.

  • In case the above checks fail, there is a custom implementation to used to get prices specifically for LP tokens from Uniswap V2 pools, Balancer, Mooniswap and Curve as well as Yearn vault tokens.

  • In case still no fiat price could be found, the Coingecko is queried. If that fails as well, the asset won't have a fiat price on the Safe interface.


  • Currently, only the native token (xDai) has a fiat value. The Kraken DAI <> USD oracle is used for this one. If this request fails, we fall back to 1 DAI = 1 USD.

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