The Tron Foundation today released the latest data on the dApps (decentralized applications) found on this blockchain.
✅#TRON Dapps reaching 1396 by Nov 19 with 71 new added in 2 weeks
✅The number of users on #TRON during the past 2 weeks was more than #ETH & #EOS
✅Number of active #Dapps increased steadily surpassed #ETH & #EOS https://t.co/EzkuaacRi5
— TRON Foundation (@Tronfoundation) November 25, 2020
The data comes directly from DappReview and refers to Tron but also to other blockchains, allowing for comparisons with EOS, for example.
In total, there are 5681 dApps on Tron, which is a massive number, but it must be compared to the number of dApps actually active, since some of them have disappeared, become obsolete or turned out to be scams over time, so more realistically the dApps currently active are 902.
When checking the number of the various smart contracts, these exceed 14,000, or about 3 smart contracts per dApp, while the total number of users is over 200,000.
It is also interesting to note the volume of the market in dollars, which is just under one billion dollars, demonstrating that this sector is certainly attracting large amounts of capital. When considering the ratio between active dApps and volume in dollars, it is possible to sum up by saying that each one moves about 1 million dollars.
The dApps on Tron, EOS and Ethereum
Surely Tron is not the only blockchain to host a large number of dApps and in fact interesting data can be found on Ethereum and EOS.
And each of them has their own personal records.
Tron has an average of over 100,000 users per day, while Ethereum has volumes of more than a million dollars worth of ETH, and EOS has an average of over 1.5 million transactions per day.
These figures show that there is real competition between these blockchains to get the best developers and projects.
Surely it’s still too early to decide the winner as both EOS and Tron are very young and still have a large margin in the coming years to attract more users, while Ethereum with its 2.0 version could convince more developers and projects as it could become faster, cheaper and more scalable.