7-Day Dapp Update: JuicyBet jumps in at five

The seven-day dapp update this week sees JuicyBet climb into fifth position, while Azuro falls to sixth.

This week’s dapp update reveals little movement at the top of the table, with the only notable change being the rise of JuicyBet into the fifth position, as Azuro falls from fourth place last week to sixth.

JuicyBet saw the number of unique active wallets (UAW) peak on May 13 at 295, with 1,250 transactions and volume of $853,420. Yesterday (May 15) volume had dipped to $208,760, while there were 1,180 transactions from 302 wallets.

JuicyBet is a newcomer to the web3 space, unveiling its gamblefi platform last month. The dapp was only listed on DappRadar on March 14. It runs on the Polygon chain.

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While it sits in the fifth spot in terms of the last seven days’ performance, the dapp is at sixth place overall, registering a balance of $9,830 today and a 27.27% fall in UAWs over the last 24 hours, alongside a 27.34% decline in volume to $170,150.

Azuro drops two spots

Azuro’s descent to sixth place across the week, enabled PRDT to climb to fourth. The former has seen fairly consistent performance across the week, with a slight peak in volume on May 10 at $225,110 and UAW at 883. Transactions were at their highest the day before, at 2,330.

Azuro had a less consistent week, with UAW and transactions peaking on May 12 at 257 and 434 respectively. Volume peaked the following day at $912,200.

Top three hold tight

At the top of the table there was no change this week, Waxcasino remains in the top spot, which is unsurprising given that DappRadar credits the Wax chain as the seventh most active blockchain in gaming.

That said, gambling is still a small component – 10% of activity on the chain is credited to “gambling and high risk”, according to DappRadar’s recent Q1 review of the Wax ecosystem.

Solcasino remained in second position and TTCasino in third. The former is registering a balance of $163,090 today, with TTCasino on $5,130.

Volume is up 13.4% on last week’s figure to $2.5m at Solcasino today, while TTCasino’s volume is down 26.36% compared to last week at $92,360.

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Written by Hannah

Hannah is editor of CryptoGamblingNews.com and has almost 15 years experience in journalism, including reporting on law, TV, gambling, crypto and alternative finance. She is particularly interested in the future of money, the transition of gambling from 'vice' industry to mainstream entertainment and the application of blockchain technology to wider society.

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