Rise Of Blockchain Gambling: EOS And Tron (TRX) Vs. Ethereum (ETH) In Terms Of dApps & Daily Transaction Volume
dApps on the blockchain become more and more popular these days and it seems that gambling dApps are the ones with the highest popularity.
There’s a brand new report from data analytics and digital asset research company Diar.
EOS and TRON vs. Ethereum dApps
The research highlights that EOS and Tron dApps are currently accounting for about 94% of the US dollar volume across these three blockchains.
You probably recall that Tron’s founder and CEO Justin Sun told Ethereum developers a while ago that they are invited to move their dApps on the Tron blockchain.
The research is citing data from DappRadar, and it shows that the rising dApp numbers on EOS and Tron are mostly due to gambling dApps that are using the two new blockchain networks more, so it seems that developers have listened to Tron’s advice.
“Of the $5.5Bn already transacted on EOS, 70% go towards gambling DApps. This number is over 95% for Tron,” according to the report.
The data says that “Gambling Dapps only account for a tiny 2% of total US Dollar transaction volume on Ethereum despite nearly half of the applications being betting spots. The overwhelming majority of trading went towards trading on DEX – and even that now faces a continuous adoption downfall.”
Ethereum, not under threat on the long run
On the other hand, Diar makes sure to explain that this rise of gambling dApps on Tron and EOS will not threated Ethereum on the long term.
“It’s unlikely that this poses a long-term development threat, however, with major cryptocurrency institutions having backed financial projects already geared for Ethereum.”
Check out the complete report.
Tron’s popularity is acknowledged
They also highlighted that the TRX/USD trading pair is currently the most bullish looking of any top 10 projects, revealed Etehereumworldnews.
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