Continuing our series on token and node stats, our developer Jude has taken it upon himself to crawl the NEO blockchain for CPX holding wallets. Getting exact numbers for each wallet means that we are able to provide more comprehensive stats than through using a block explorer or rich list alone, and this allows us to see wider trends than simple “number of nodes in a tier”. All token and node numbers have been compared to the previous stats from June 28th, May 4th, March 4th and January 8th 2019.
Node distribution (excl. APEX wallet and exchanges)
The amount of Supernode qualifying wallets has increased by 10% (+3) while the total CPX holdings by these wallets have increased by approximately 3M. The number of Tier Genesis qualifying wallets remains stable and endured a small increase (+3). More interestingly, when we look at the total amount of CPX that is possessed by these wallets, we measure an increase of 6M CPX — which could represent a general trend of accumulation.
The number of Tier 1 (-20) and Tier 2 (-6) qualifying wallets have both declined, as well as their total holdings in CPX. Lastly, the number of DCN qualifying wallets remains fairly stable (-3).
We note that since June 28th, 4.1M less CPX were stored on exchanges. One potential reason for this decrease could be the launch of our $100,000 KRATOS Node Rewards Program. This program has recently finished and users now have to claim their rewards.