With its technological strengths, Near Protocol still takes firm steps in any market situation. Every day is a step forward for Near, let’s take a look at the notable events as well as the talking numbers across the ecosystem.
- Near Protocol Highlight On-Chain Data
- NEAR blockchain reached 200.000.000 in total transactions
- Near Daily has aggregated investors on the Near
- Near Protocol appears on the top of the blockchain with the fastest growing number of wallets
- Near Daily has aggregated the growth of twitter followers of major projects on the Near ecosystem
- Sweateconomy Token Breakdown
Near Protocol Highlight On-Chain Data
We can see that all of Near’s metrics are positive.
Nearly half a million new accounts were created on Near Protocol last week.
Let’s wait for the positive effects after NEARCON Beta!
Big Things Around The Ecosystems
NEAR blockchain reached 200.000.000 in total transactions
Nearprotocol Just Hit 200,000,000 Total Transactions!
That’s an impressive number, isn’t it? This number on January 1, 2022 is 61,880,788 total transactions.
Near Daily has aggregated investors on the Near ecosystem
Let’s follow the smart money and see their results. Which VC are you hype about the most?
Near Protocol appears on the top of the blockchain with the fastest growing number of wallets in 2022
The number of addresses growing from the beginning of 2022 to the present, we can see NEAR is growing despite the fluctuation of the market.
Near Daily has aggregated the growth of twitter followers of major projects on the Near ecosystem
Sweateconomy token breakdown by Near Daily, prepare for upcomming TGE of SWEAT
SWEAT is a new cryptocurrency you mint with your movement. Holding SWEAT has many benefits: it can be staked for yield and amazing rewards, applied to NFTs, and grant access to improved features in the Sweat Wallet App.
With 110M+ users, walking 20% more after downloading Sweatcoin, and 600 partners providing, in Q1 of 2022 alone, $70M worth of goods and services in exchange for steps, you could say, “mission accomplished.”