2019 Cryptopay revenue stats

Konstantin Gorin
Dec 30, 2019 · 2 min read

You asked for it, we made it.

It’s been yet another challenging year for us, but as we can clearly see the revenue was gradually increasing by an average of 11% each month until it finally returned to the levels we saw at the beginning of our revenue report story.

The November revenue is the third-highest since the first revenue report was published. Having said that we plan to continue our way to the top with a goal to reach the January 2017 revenue levels.

In addition here’s a chart for the ETH revenue share stats:

It is very important to note that the revenue is paid monthly in Ethereum (ETH), while the revenue is generated in Euros. A weak ETH/EUR exchange rate accompanied by increasing revenue amount should be sending a positive vibe to our tokenholders.

*December 2019 revenue share in ETH will be calculated later — by the time we are ready to publish the December 2019 Report.

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