Key Ecosystem Metrics and Analytics Weekly Updates May 03

Time: Apr 25 - May 02

:chains: NEAR Explorer Stats

:bar_chart: NEAR Ecosystem Scoreboard

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What happened?

Monthly Active Developer โ€” MAD

MAD Internal (based on CLI data in the last 30 days)

MAD remained stable at 500-550 level in the last week.

Daily Active Developer (External)

External developer did not changed much last week as well. The two measurements

Ecosystem Scoreboard

Note: The percentages next to the numbers are the comparisons to pervious week(7 days ago), with green showing increase and red showing decrease.

Monthly Active Developer(External): 109 โ†’ 108 (-0.93%)

Key Efforts Last week

Many of these are key contributing factors to the data changes last week

Apr 26

Apr 27

  • NEAR hit 100k transactions in 24h

Apr 28

Apr 29

Apr 30

I know this might not be the full list, so please feel free to add more amazing things here.

Top Line Metrics Dive

Daily New Developers

From CLI

Number of new developers increased from the start of last week and went to the peak at April 30th reached 26 users and a 24% increase from previous day. This was a result of all the amazing efforts the team put in last week, as well as the evidence that DappRadar was able to increase exposure of NEAR to developers.

Weekly Active Developer Internal & Weekly Active Dev-deploy/Deploy

From CLI data in the last 30 daysWeekly

Weekly active developer remained stable around 150 with a slight increase on April 28th, most likely resulting from the cheaper bridge announcement. However, the Weekly Dev-deploy/deploy group is still decreasing, this is most likely the result of fading hype from hackathons.

Daily New Accounts (last 30 days)

Daily new accounts experienced the largest increase in the last week from 04-27 to 04-29, by over 8,000. This is a very positive sign of increased ecosystem participants.

Daily Number of Transaction (last 30 days)

During the same time that our new accounts increased, our number of transactions skyrocketed to over 100,000, the transactions most come from and nearcrowd, showing that these dapps are extremely active and effective in driving ecosystem engagements.

Daily New Contracts (last 30 days)

Daily new contracts increased to 68 on April 26th, similar to last week on the 23rd, are both the highest point in the last 30 days, showing that there were some active development happening and potential launches that are going to happen.

Bridge Top Line Metrics

Comparison to last week:

Total Liquidity Hold: $607,319 to $707,951 (+16.57%)

Total Transactions Count: 375 to 436 (+16.67%)

We continued to have steady growth in bridge use in terms of total liquidity hold and transaction numbers.

Main Contracts Engagements (last 30 days)

From top to bottom are: Ref-finance, Pulse/Flux, Paras, BerryClub+BerryFarm+BerryCard, Mintbase, NEAR Crowd

Ref-finance skyrocketed to almost 300k transactions from April 26th to April 28th.

Berryclub increased to over 30k on April 26th as well, reached the highest point in the last 30 days.

Paras and Flux also increased in terms of engagement during the period.

NEAR Crowd also skyrocketed to almost 200k from 25k on April 26th and continued the hype all the way last week.

The huge success of ref-finance and nearcrowd was able to drive growth and engagement in other dapps in the ecosystem and in the size of our ecosystem in terms of accounts.

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