IOST Strides Into Exponential Growth | Wallets Doubled In Just One Week, Transaction Volumes Exceeded Ethereum Network

IOS Foundation
Apr 7, 2019 · 2 min read
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Following the launch of IOST mainnet on 25 Feb, IOST continues to grow exponentially with users growth and transactions growth accelerating as we speak.

Over the short span of just one week, IOST wallets had doubled from 90,000 to exceed 180,000 as of today, 7 April 2019.

IOST Transaction Volumes Exceeded Ethereum

As of 6 April 2019, just over month from mainnet launch, the IOST network has successfully processed more transactions than the whole Ethereum network!

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The IOST network processed 580,231 transactions on 6 April 2019, and has exceeded Ethereum’s transaction volume of 558,272 by over 20,000 transactions.

Big 4 Public Chains: IOST Displays The Fastest Growth Rates Among Peers

Having exceeded Ethereum, IOST is now ranked third among the Big 4 Public Chains — IOST, ETH, EOS and TRX.

Despite IOST mainnet being just over a month old, IOST ecosystem development has far exceeded its peers among the Big 4 Public Chains across the same period. Multiple Dapps continued to be onboarded every week by IOST, with users and transaction volumes hitting new highs every week.

With user and transaction growth rates that surpasses ETH, EOS and TRX, release of secret weapon OASIS, and multiple exciting initiatives in the pipeline, the IOST Foundation is firing on all cylinders to make IOST the top public chain for our users!


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