RT @zhusu: What does it say about public blockchains when ppl would rather pay higher fees and wait longer on Ethereum instead of using the other chains that support USDT (EOS, TRX, Algo)? https://t.co/L5ZC2VjoM2
we are currently doing the research to figure out which smart contracts correspond to which dapp (some dapps are multiple addresses), so when a new one pops into the ETH25, we have to track it down. we will be adding an option for dapp buidlers to submit their own metadata, so they are in our database before they take centerstage on the leaderboard! thanks for the feeback!
On mobile the longer names don't show completely and when "hovering" or clicking the name you go to the Etherscan page. An alternative would be that if you click the entry a drop down menu appears with more information such as Etherscan address and full name.
we will! we have plans for a few different ways to make the data more useful. we tried to get the ETH25 MVP out the door to see what people thought before deciding whether to kill it or expand it. Appreciate the feedback!
etherbro1 - 2 years account age. 200 - 1000 comment karma.1 year ago
This combined with no-fee (during beta) decentralized exchanges such as Radar Relay makes it very easy and incredibly cheap (almost free, lol) to trade, even with huge volume.
You only have to pay for transactions on the Ethereum network to trade which at this point is very cheap.
Decentralized exchanges on Ethereum will be the future, almost certainly and close to guaranteed if Ethereum manages to solve its scalablility problems - which I guess we're all betting our money on. So, consider investing in decentralized exchanges and remember to DYOR.