Website for comparing total daily fees of various blockchain protocols. (by dmihal)

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  • Girlfriend wants to invest, but I don't know shit about fuck.
  • JP Morgan: "ETH is the backbone of the crypto-native economy."
  • On the 8th October, 28 days after the much heralded launch of smart contracts, there was 1 (one) smart contract transaction on Cardano. In 24 hours. Holders are you disappointed? Or do you still believe in the project?
  • CMV: Coinflex has the power to rugpull the entire SmartBCH ecosystem. The bigger it gets the bigger the risk to BCH's reputation. | 2021-10-09
    Right now there are 3 validators for SmartBCH:, Matrixport, Satoshis Angels. But fundamentally the system is setup such that anyone who owns hashrate on BCH mainnet can elect themselves (permissionlessly!) to become a validator on SmartBCH. As SmartBCH starts becoming more economically relevant and the total transactions per day start going up - all BCH mining pools will elect themselves as the cost to running this validation will be minimal and the transaction fees...well we can see to get an idea of how lucrative that business can be for validators and miners eventually.
  • Vitalik Buterin Hits Out At El Salvador: "Making it mandatory for businesses to accept a specific cryptocurrency is contrary to the ideals of freedom that are supposed to be so important to the crypto space,"
    You seem to ignore all of the incredible progress that's been made over the years. Ethereum had LN-like state channels before LN even was a thing, and recently we invented rollups:
  • #Bitcoin moves $2.9 million dollars in value around the globe each and every second. | 2021-10-08
    This animation is completely inaccurate. Here's the real data:
  • Daily General Discussion - October 8, 2021
  • Looking for some opinions on my portfolio
    Another thing I like to look at is the fees paid on each chain. Sushi is collecting a ton of fees proportionate to the market cap of the token. It definitely has potential to pop
  • Yes, Bitcoin Is a Ponzi | 2021-10-06
    This year Ethereum has so far settled over $6 trillion in value on chain.

    And the system has revenues. Ethereum did around $35 million daily in fees this last week. Uniswap did around $3 million.

    No doubt there's something to it.

  • Financial statements | 2021-10-06
  • Daily General Discussion - October 2, 2021
  • Polygon reported that its native coin MATIC had surpassed Ethereum in daily active users (DAU) for the first time.
    No burn and low fees not good for native token
  • ETH: $23m transaction fee sent to a miner | 2021-09-27
  • Ok, we are going deep here and would love your thoughts on this subject.
    Other coins can be valued based on the fees they collect. ETH and UNI currently hold the top two spots on In the case of ETH, I believe that money can be collected by people who stake 24 ETH to operate a node. In the case of UNI, I don't know whether the fees are currently paid to holders. However, UNI also functions as a governance token, so that holders could vote to do just that if they liked. Same for SUSHI. This makes such tokens fairly analogous to stock shares, and you could try to value them accordingly. The fees would be akin to earnings. For a few coins (very few), the amounts are not trivial: the top five collect more than a million dollars per day each, with ETH being the big winner at over $20 million per day. SO far as I can tell this is more than all other coins combined.
  • Is ETH still top dog? Or is it losing its position as best smart contract platform?


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