Ethereum’s 1-year revenue tops the charts, reaching $2.7b

As an experienced financial analyst who has closely followed the cryptocurrency market for several years, I find Ethereum’s dominance in both fee revenue and decentralized finance (defi) sector to be a significant development. The data presented shows that Ethereum generated nearly double the amount of revenue compared to Bitcoin over the past year, with Ethereum’s one-year fee revenue reaching an impressive $2.72 billion.

The Ethereum blockchain holds the number one position in terms of one-year earnings, outpacing all significant competitors within the industry.

Based on the data from Lookonchain, I’ve discovered that Ethereum yielded approximately $2.72 billion in revenue over the past year. In comparison, Bitcoin generated roughly $1.3 billion during the same period.

Among the top 10 cryptocurrency networks in terms of fees earned within the past year, Ethereum generates approximately $2.728 billion, Bitcoin yields around $1.302 billion, and TronNetwork brings in roughly $459.39 million.

— Lookonchain (@lookonchain) July 3, 2024

As a crypto investor, I’ve been closely monitoring the decentralized finance (DeFi) landscape, and according to Defi Llama’s latest data, Ethereum remains the king with an impressive total value locked (TVL) of $58.4 billion. This figure represents approximately 60.9% of the entire DeFi market. Moreover, over the past 30 days, Ethereum has generated a substantial fee income of around $131 million.

Bitcoin’s TVL is currently sitting at $1 billion. 

As a researcher studying the Ethereum network’s financial metrics, I’ve observed an impressive year-over-year surge of approximately 155% in terms of fee revenue during the first quarter of this year. This growth can be attributed to the crypto market’s overall bull run.

As a researcher studying the financial performance of various cryptocurrency platforms, I found that Tron ranked third with a one-year revenue of approximately $459 million. Impressively, Solana and Binance Smart Chain (BSC) recorded nine-figure fee incomes, totaling around $241 million and $176 million, respectively.

Significantly, Tron ranks as the second-largest decentralized finance (DeFi) network with a total value locked (TVL) of approximately $7.7 billion. Following closely are Binance Smart Chain (BSC) and Solana, holding TVLs of around $4.8 billion and $4.5 billion, respectively, based on Defi Llama’s data.

The top 10 list includes Avalanche, zkSync Era, Optimism, and Polygon, each generating approximately $68 million, $59 million, $40 million, and $23 million in revenue over the past year.

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2024-07-03 13:34