Crypto Updates TVL tops $20M weeks after being declared ‘dead’ TVL tops $20M weeks after being declared ‘dead’

Decentralized social media platform has seen a sudden surge in total value locked (TVL), doubling to reach more than $20 million within the last four days. 

Only two weeks ago, critics declared the platform “dead” after activity on the app looked to be fizzling out. 

Total value locked and fees on since Aug. 10. Source: DeFiLlama

However, activity on has witnessed a significant resurgence over the last few days, with the app witnessing $12.3 million in daily trading volume — the third-highest ever — on Sept. 9, according to data from Dune Analytics.

Trading volume and number of traders on since inception. Source: Dune Analytics

As the pseudonymous account TylerDidIt pointed out, the Sept. 9 trading volume on eclipsed that of OpenSea, outperforming the NFT platform by more than $3 million on the day.

While there’s no apparent reason why the platform saw such a surge, many crypto industry heavyweights shared some reasoning for its resurrection.

Prominent trader Hsaka jested that TVL had doubled since users realized that chats were “just yield farms rebranded” — a comment that refers to the potential gain from the 5% fee earned when users buy or sell someone’s “key.”

Another potential reason behind the resurgence of activity on may have something to do with the growing number of non-crypto figures that have joined the platform in recent weeks, including a number of prominent YouTubers and OnlyFans creators.

PancakesBrah, the pseudonymous account in charge of growth and business development at said this hammers home the point that the platform “isn’t an app for just crypto bros.”

Additionally, the app has shipped a number of updates that have offered improvements to user experience and functionality.

Initially plagued by bugs and various technical errors, the app has added a series of new features including the ability to upload photos,…

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