50 triệu mã thông báo STRK chưa được phát hành sẽ được phân vào ECMP của Starknet. Mặc dù có sự tăng trưởng, tổng giá trị bị khóa (TVL) và doanh số bán hàng vẫn có xu hướng giảm. Ned recently announced some details about the upcoming token distribution for Starknet (STRK). The announcement has created curiosity about how it will impact the operations of the Layer 2 (L2) network. On October 30, Starknet posted on their blog, revealing the allocation of 50 million STRK tokens. The tokens have not been released yet, but this portion has been allocated for the Early Community Member Program (ECMP). As stated in the platform’s post, these tokens are meant for early contributors to the ecosystem. Additionally, a total of 10 billion Starknet tokens have been minted. However, these tokens will not be accessible until April 2024. Most of these tokens have been allocated to the Starknet Foundation. Furthermore, 32.9% has been allocated to core contributors and 17% to investors. Additionally, the ECMP program is a key component of the token distribution strategy entrusted to the Organization. However, Starknet emphasizes that this token distribution should not be considered an airdrop. The primary metrics have not been affected. Careful analysis of Starknet Defilama’s on-chain operations reveals a significant lack of response to recent developments. The trading volume has been growing steadily. However, there hasn’t been any sudden increase in trading volume recently. The recent recorded trading volume has exceeded 105 million USD. However, in the past 24 hours, this number has dropped to around 10.3 million USD. It’s worth noting that the volume could increase towards the end of the trading day. Source: DefiLlama Additionally, the total value locked (TVL) of Starknet has not seen significant growth recently. The TVL chart shows a decline, indicating a significant lack of liquidity. However, this trend could reverse once the STRK token is released. This could also lead to increased network activity and hence increased trading volume. Despite the fair TVL ranking, with absent token listings, considering the current trajectory of TVL, Starknet maintains a strong position among other Layer 2 (L2) networks. According to L2beat data as of the time of this report, Starknet ranks sixth. The chart shows that it also holds approximately 1.3% of the market share as of press time. Although this percentage may seem small, it is still a noteworthy achievement, especially for a network that has not yet launched its token service.
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