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Arbitrum, $ARB Dominates L2 Transaction Volume With Impressive Metrics

Arbitrum stands out as a powerhouse in the Layer 2 (L2) ecosystem, consistently processing the majority of L2 transaction volume, often exceeding 60% of the total daily L2 volume, as reported by Intotheblock data.

The recent weekly recap data from Arbitrum highlights its significant presence in the market, boasting a Total Value Locked (TVL) of 4.2 billion dollars, an average daily transaction volume of 900,000, and a cumulative address count of 16.9 million.

One standout project on Arbitrum during the week was $GMX, leading both in TVL and Revenue with impressive figures of $818.1 million and $1.6 million, respectively.

More Significant Arbitrum $ARB Withdrawals To Watch

Spotonchain’s on-chain reports shed light on recent activities involving the Arbitrum Foundation multisign 0xd6c, which deposited 15 million $ARB ($27.5 million) to Coinbase at $1.83.

Shortly thereafter, six new wallets withdrew a total of 14.9 million $ARB from the centralized exchange.

Speculation suggests that the Arbitrum Foundation’s deposit might have been intended for Over-The-Counter (OTC) transactions. Despite these movements, Arbitrum’s native token, $ARB, currently trades at $1.9, reflecting a 4% gain in the past 24 hours.

The robust performance and activity on Arbitrum underscore its growing importance and adoption within the broader blockchain ecosystem.

As Layer 2 solutions continue to play a pivotal role in addressing scalability challenges and enhancing blockchain functionality, Arbitrum’s prominence in facilitating efficient and secure transactions remains evident.

Disclosure: This is not trading or investment advice. Always do your research before buying any cryptocurrency or investing in any services.

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