Tron (TRX) is seeing the strongest growth of its DAPP user base versus its peers

  • Latest report from details the outpacing of Tron’s user base in comparison to its peers.
  • The volumes are heavily coming from the Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs) and also gambling apps


A recent updated report from suggests that Tron (TRX) is observing the fastest growth for user base in terms of DApps in 2019. Strongly outpacing its peer, Ethereum, as their user base is continuing to shrink.

In terms of the Ethereum network, it was reported to have observed a 4% decrease in the number of its DApp users compared to last year. The volumes are heavily coming from Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs), which are seeing more than half of the transaction volume, which is then followed by gambling.

The number of active DApp users seen via the Tron blockchain has amassed over 300,000, versus EOS around 260,000. In addition, by the end of Q1 2019, the number of Tron wallets reportedly exceeded 2.3 million and about 15.46% of them interacted with DApps. The chunk of growth for Tron DApp users were purportedly gambling apps.




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