RatingDapp consistently reports on the various developments in the dApp ecosystem, which has predominantly been ruled by Ethereum and Tron.
In the most recent weekly report, it looks like the TRON Dapps are taking the lead, pushing past the performance of EOS and ETH, based on user acquisition. The RatingDapp Twitter page posted a tweet to announce this week’s report.
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In fact, in the last week along, there were over 35,000 new addresses involved with these smart contracts.
As far as activity, EOS Dapps prevailed over TRON and ETH, based on their active users and transaction volume. On EOS alone, active users totaled 127,674, which accounted for a transaction volume of $1.3 billion USD.
Still, it is worth noting that EOS Dapps saw a rather steep difference between last week and the week before, while TRON and ETH were steadier.
All of the top dApps for TRON were casinos and games, topping the transaction volumes at 1.9 billion TRX, proving how attractive the dividend mechanism is to players. While the top three dApps from Tron (TRON Hi-Lo, Win. Town, and Fishing Master) all saw a significant rise in their number of users, they did not seem to stick around for long.
The fourth dApp in the ranking, a game called Epic Dragons, does not have many users, but has maintained a 95% retention rate.
EOS dApps saw a much more diverse crowd with their top programs covering casinos, games, and “other.” The most traded ones were Endless Game, PokerKing, Big.Game and multiple casinos.
With their functionalities, both PRA CandyBox and ENBank saw impressive numbers for their active users. Overall, compared to the other platforms that offer decentralized applications, the ones from EOS tend to see better performance in their user retention anyway.
The ETH dApps saw significantly fewer gambling programs being used. The majority of these apps fall under the “Marketplace” category, and they were responsible for much of the transaction volume.
In the last week, the Theta Network dApp had the highest number of new users, which may be due to the countdown initiated for the countdown.
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