User data from DappRadar consists of metaverse users who have also made an in-game purchase with the project’s native token, but the Decentraland and Sandbox projects disagree with that criteria.
Ethereum (ETH) blockchain-based Metaverse projects Decentraland (MANA) and Sandbox (SAND) have hit back at reports suggesting low daily user activity on platforms, arguing a “misinformed” metric was used to measure each of the platforms’ Daily Active Users (DAU).
The controversy appears to have come from data originating from DappRadar, with observers suggesting the Decentraland metaverse sees 30 Daily Active Users despite having over $1.2 billion in market cap.
Decentraland ( $MANA ) has 30 Daily Active Users
and a $1.2 Billion Market Cap pic.twitter.com/u4MBNsWvwk
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However, Decentraland said in an Oct. 8 tweet that “some websites are tracking only specific smart contract transactions but reporting them as daily acti
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