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Aragon by the numbers after one year live on Ethereum mainnet

On October 30, 2018 Aragon officially went live on Ethereum mainnet with the release of Aragon 0.6 Alba.

This was a huge milestone for the project, as previously the Aragon client was only usable on various testnets and only a few people had the opportunity to try Aragon on mainnet. After the releae of 0.6 Alba people could use Aragon to secure real value and make meaningful decisions using the Aragon client and smart contracts for governance.

Since the mainnet launch, a lot has happened on the development side: there have been two more major releases (0.7 and 0.8) and many minor releases. The number of Aragon apps available directly through the client on mainnet has increased from the three default apps (Tokens, Voting, and Finance) to over double that following the release of the Agent app and the new Open Enterprise suite. There are also mainnet apps available for optional installation using aragonCLI, such as the EmpowerTheDAO apps. Thanks to the dedicated work of the Aragon developer community, more apps are coming down the pipeline as well.

Along with these impressive development achievements, there has been a steadily increasing amount of activity on-chain as individuals and organizations find uses for the powerful governance capabilities that Aragon offers.

The Aragon One team spent the past few weeks working in collaboration with the Scout team to use their blockchain analysis tools to show Aragon's progress in on-chain usage after one year live on Ethereum mainnet.

The result is captured in the infographic below; we welcome your feedback on what statistics you would like to see in the future if there are any that interest you but weren't included this time.

Happy one year on mainnet, Aragon! 🎉

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Aragon by the numbers after one year live on Ethereum mainnet

A collaboration between Aragon One and Scout

Total organizations created: 855*

* All stats taken from blockchain data between October 30, 2018 and October 30, 2019.

Total "active" Aragon organizations: 110**

** Defined as any organization with ≥20 DAI worth of value in its vault (summing up ANT, DAI, and ETH balances) as of October 30, 2019 or ≥10 votes started since the organization was created.

Aragon templates used:

  • Democracy: 58.5%
  • Multisig: 21.9%
  • Company: 8.8%
  • Membership: 4.1%
  • Reputation: 3.4%
  • BareKit (Custom): 3.4%

Organizations created per month:

  • 1: 134
  • 2: 65
  • 3: 71
  • 4: 62
  • 5: 62
  • 6: 72
  • 7: 53
  • 8: 53
  • 9: 29
  • 10: 56
  • 11: 62
  • 12: 66

Total ETH deposited: 2427
Total ETH withdrawn: 2170
Net ETH balance: 257

Total SAI deposited: 2,467,157
Total SAI withdrawn: 974,559
Net SAI balance: 1,492,598

Top 20 organizations by Vault value:***

  1. a1: 440308
  2. events: 54114
  3. 1hive: 48794
  4. association: 25863
  5. blankdao: 8545
  6. mesh: 5768
  7. empowerthedao: 4551
  8. apiary: 4520
  9. muziki: 4092
  10. committees: 4000
  11. mydaodashboard: 2430
  12. dimensionlab: 1930
  13. keytree: 930
  14. futhorcecosystem: 923
  15. atsalafamily: 558
  16. mindtra: 558
  17. valtechcreative: 468
  18. futurefreedomfund: 401
  19. openesq: 334
  20. grinmining 304

*** Value held in Aragon Vault apps, denominated in DAI, as of October 30, 2019

Top 20 organizations by votes started:****

  1. a1: 70
  2. brightid: 69
  3. mesh: 53
  4. d5: 51
  5. airalab: 46
  6. aira: 44
  7. stardao: 36
  8. webbiger: 30
  9. holdings: 30
  10. associationboard: 29
  11. zinc: 27
  12. daoconomy: 26
  13. pooltogether: 26
  14. asman: 24
  15. ethtrader: 24
  16. curiosity: 23
  17. openesq: 22
  18. daoincubator: 21
  19. video: 21
  20. bbdao: 21

**** As of October 30, 2019

1270: Unique addresses that have interacted with Aragon contracts

A big thank you to all Aragon supporters and users for helping us get this far! It’s been an exciting first year live on Ethereum mainnet, here’s to many more!

Find more Aragon statistics based on blockchain analysis at https://scout.cool/aragon/mainnet

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