Ethereum’s total daily transaction fees hit an eight-month low after it plunged to 1,719 ETH approximately $2.1 million on Aug 27.
The recent decline in total gas fees can be attributed to low network activity and the rise of layer 2 scaling solutions.
According to data from on-chain analytics firms CryptoQuant and IntoTheBlock, the second-largest cryptocurrency, became the cheapest since Dec 26.
The bearish market outlook plays a significant role in the sharp decline in gas fees. Reduced activity around decentralized finance solutions will lead to low gas fees while the reverse often leads to network congestion and skyrocketing fees.
Daily transaction fees on Ethereum are also down 83% from 16,720 to 1,719 ETH per year-to-date data since May 5. Despite the popularity of friends.tech launched on Aug 10, fees remain lower pointing to the importance of scaling solutions.
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