The number of unique Polygon (MATIC) addresses hit an all-time high, crossing 100 million

The number of unique addresses on Polygon Network has hit an all-time high, crossing 100 million on Oct 17. The growth represents a remarkable rise for the full-stack scaling solution network, which has experienced exponential growth since the start of June 2021. The exact number of addresses now stands at 100,720,280.

September was a particularly strong month for Polygon, as it added a staggering 2.5 million new addresses on Sept 23 alone. The network has nearly doubled in terms of the total number of addresses from the start of September until now.

The network has hit other major milestones in recent months as well. Late last month, the number of daily active addresses crossed that of Ethereum’s for the first time. At over 351,000 daily active addresses — at the time — Polygon has quickly become a cornerstone of the cryptocurrency market with its scaling solutions.

Polygon was launched by Jaynti Kanani, Sandeep Nailwal, Anurag Arjun, and Mihailo Bjelic in 2017. It underwent a rebranding from MATIC to Polygon, and its prospects have only looked up since. The project’s advisors include Hudson Jameson, Ryan Sean Adams, Anthony Sassano, Pete Kim, and John Lilic.

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