Generates More Fees Than Bitcoin, Solana

Lavina Daryanani
Source: CryptoSlate

The decentralized social media app has been making it to the headlines yet again after recently being pronounced dead by community members. Earlier this week, the value locked on the protocol surpassed $20 million. However, at press time, the number was hovering around its newly created peak of $32.64 million.

Source: DeFilLlama

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As analyzed in a recent article, the trading volume on was seen picking up pace. In fact, the NFT trade volume on the Ethereum blockchain was $3 million less when compared to the volume. The Director of Research at PROOF Collective recently pointed out that the decentralized social media platform has paid creators $1,100,000 in a span of merely 36 hours. This figure was substantially higher than the amount handed out by Ethereum NFT platforms to their creators [140,000]. On the thread, the executive went on to assert,

“No question, money is being pumped in.”

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In fact, even on the fee front,’s performance has improved. According to the latest data on DeFiLlama, the app has earned $15.5 million in fees and $7.7 million in revenue so far, with $1.2 million and $597,977 coming in just the last 24 hours. In terms of ranking, is currently ahead of top protocols like Tron, Bitcoin, Uniswap, Aave, MetaMask, and Solana on the fees front.

Source: DefiLlama

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Despite the rising numbers, community members have not completely let their guard down. They feel that a decentralized alternative like will not be able to replace pre-existing platforms like Twitter. An NFT commentator recently posted,

The honest reality is friendtech will never surpass traditional social media. We’re all in a gambling crypto bubble, which is fine for, but quit acting like its the next Twitter.

Source: BSC News