Splinterlands, a Web3 game, has announced that it has surpassed 2 billion transactions since its start back in 2018. This milestone is another indication of the rapid and stable growth the game has experienced in the world of Web3 gaming. Splinterlands currently accounts for between 3 to 5 million daily transactions, according to the company. The game, built on the Hive blockchain, accounted for 96% of all transactions on said blockchain, according to DappRadar.
"It is hard to fathom the immense growth and engagement that we have seen in our community," said Jesse "Aggroed" Reich, CEO of Splinterlands. "Two billion transactions is mind-blowing. As we look to improve our frictionless onboarding approach as well as the entertainment value of Splinterlands, we look forward to continuing to introduce Splinterlands to new players who have not yet explored blockchain games."
While 2022 was a hard year for the crypto market, and stable growth was rarely seen, Splinterlands continued to grow and celebrated passing the 3-billion-battle threshold in August. Splinterlands doesn’t just rely on its existing player base, but continues to see tremendous amounts of new user growth. The company currently has an average daily active user count of over 250,000 players, with more than 5 million battles being played on the platform every day.
Founded in 2018 by Reich and Matt Rosen, Splinterlands is a TCG game that uses Web 3.0 technology to enable players to trade, collect, and win rewards in new ways of gaming. With over 2.4 million registered users and nearly 1 million active wallets, the game has become the leader in the blockchain gaming space, and its user base spans 149 countries and operates in ten languages. Splinterlands is showing potential for rapid expansion throughout 2023, and it shows no sign of slowing down.