With 158 million and 148 million unique addresses respectively, Ethereum (ETH) and Litecoin (LTC) are lagging far behind Bitcoin (BTC) when it comes to network usage.
The latest market crash has plunged Bitcoin into turmoil. Falling from a November all-time high of $69,000 to a two-year low of $17,000, BTC has dragged the rest of the market into the red.
However, unlike the rest of the crypto market, BTC does not see activity on its network dwindling.
The latest data from Glassnode shows that the total number of unique addresses on the Bitcoin network hit an all-time high. More than 1 billion unique addresses are currently involved in Bitcoin transactions. This growth rate is unique to Bitcoin.
Ethereum, the second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization and network size, is lagging far behind. With 158 million unique addresses participating in an ETH transaction, Ethereum has yet to experience the same growth rate as the Bitcoin network.
Litecoin, once the third largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, trails behind Ethereum with 148 million unique addresses. And while the number of unique Litecoin addresses is growing at a faster rate than the number of addresses on Ethereum. However, both networks are stalled in 2022.
Litecoin’s transaction volume and transaction volume have dropped significantly since the beginning of the year.
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