Data-driven analysis on blockchains, decentralized applications, and market segments
- How much does it really cost to run a DAO?
How much does it really cost to run a DAO?
A breakdown of the operational costs of MakerDAO, Lido, and SushiSwap
- How decentralized are the cap tables in crypto?
How decentralized are the cap tables in crypto?
An overview of the protocols with the largest number of tokenholders, and a breakdown of the balances of their tokenholders.
- Who earns fees in crypto?
Who earns fees in crypto?
An overview of the blockchains and dapps that generate the most fees, and an illustration how those fees are distributed between the protocol and its supply-side participants.
- How many active users are there in crypto, really?
How many active users are there in crypto, really?
A comprehensive overview of usage statistics for the most widely used protocols.
- Is crypto dead?
Is crypto dead?
It's not. Let's explore the state of crypto through the lens of fundamentals.
- Launching the Token Terminal APIv2
Launching the Token Terminal APIv2
A new era in on-chain accounting has arrived
- DeFi Exploits: Trends, Patterns, and Lessons Learnt
DeFi Exploits: Trends, Patterns, and Lessons Learnt
Over $4.2B has been stolen over the past two years due to lacking security practices. This article explores trends and patterns behind these exploits, including the most common root causes.
- The Definitive Guide to Crypto Domain Names
The Definitive Guide to Crypto Domain Names
Crypto Domain Names provide two main benefits: (1) a transparent infrastructure for access to and maintenance of new domain names, and (2) mapping of non-human friendly blockchain addresses to human friendly ones.
- The state of Arbitrum: Scaling Ethereum
The state of Arbitrum: Scaling Ethereum
Arbitrum is an optimistic rollup designed to scale the Ethereum ecosystem. It increases Ethereum’s throughput by performing some off-chain computation and data storage before settling transactions in batches on the Ethereum Mainnet.