Optimism fundamentals

A space to discuss the fundamentals of ‘Optimism’.

Link to the dashboard: Optimism (OP) - Key metrics | Dashboard | Token Terminal

Resources:

15-minute fundamentals:

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Token Terminal <> Optimism | Monthly data update (March 2023)

Chains tracked: Optimism

Methodology:

  • Fees: Total transaction fees paid by users
  • Supply-side fees: Share of transaction fees that goes to Ethereum validators
  • Revenue: Share of transaction fees that goes to the Sequencer
  • Token incentives: USD value of the protocol’s governance tokens that have been distributed to protocols building on Optimism
  • Earnings: Revenue minus token incentives
  • Treasury: Monthly average USD value of the protocol’s funds held on-chain (including unallocated governance tokens)
  • Daily active users: Monthly average number of daily distinct sender addresses
  • Active developers: Monthly average number of distinct GitHub users that made 1+ commits to the project’s public GitHub repositories during the past 30 days
  • Code commits: Number of commits to the project’s public GitHub repositories

Metrics (March 2023):

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Thank you Token Terminal, OP Labs, on behalf of The Optimism Foundation, has reviewed the monthly data update, and the values are in line with our benchmarks [See ‘Monthly Summary Stats’ at the bottom of this dashboard for comparison]

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Token Terminal <> OP Mainnet | Monthly data update (June 2023)

Chains tracked: Ethereum, OP Mainnet

Methodology:

  • Fees: Total transaction fees paid by users
  • Supply-side fees: Share of transaction fees that goes to Ethereum validators
  • Revenue: Share of transaction fees that goes to the Sequencer
  • Token incentives: USD value of tokens that have been distributed to incentivise users
  • Earnings: Revenue minus token incentives
  • Treasury: Monthly average USD value of the protocol’s funds held on-chain (including unallocated governance tokens)
  • Daily active users: Monthly average number of daily distinct Transaction senders
  • Weekly active users: Monthly average number of weekly distinct Transaction senders
  • Monthly active users: Monthly average number of monthly distinct Transaction senders
  • Core developers: Monthly average number of distinct GitHub users that made 1+ commits to the project’s public GitHub repositories during the past 30 days
  • Code commits: Number of commits to the project’s public GitHub repositories

Metrics (June 2023):

Thank you, OP Labs, on behalf of The Optimism Foundation, has reviewed the monthly data update, and the values are in line with our benchmarks [See ‘Monthly Summary Stats’ at the bottom of this dashboard for comparison]

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