RootData experts: 96 crypto projects disappeared in 2022


Experts of the analytical company rootData have published a list of 96 cryptocurrency projects that could not survive 2022 and disappeared from the industry, ceasing their activities for one reason or another. In this list were those companies that officially announced the closure of the business.

These include the FTX exchange, and the FTX US subsidiary platform, the Celsius Network platform, Voyager Digital broker, Nuri application, Symbiont company, DeFi Beaker Finance protocol, Alameda Research Fund, Unity NFT platform, BlockFi company, as well as another Serum exchange.

In addition , the victims of the collapse were Babylon Finance, Skynet Labs, Hypernet Labs, mistX, KAKI, Spice DAO, Mirror Protocol, Reputation DAO, The Kingdom, Swim Protocol, Blocknom, Dropp GG and Business Age of Empires.

Among other things, stopped their activities Mensa Protocol, LoTerra, Solstarter, Mojito Markets, Bihu, LocalCryptos, Mushrooms Finance, OmArt, Scranton Finance, Stratos, Gaj Finance, Nebula, KSwap, Polystarter, Levinswap, NinjaDAOs, Parrot Defi, Bagels Finance, Magnety, WildCredit, Cryptolocally, Steak, Goblin FTM, Polygram, ACoconut, Bitfront, ZeFi, QKL123, ChainNode, CherryTrader, 1Swap and KLend.

In addition, the industry has lost companies such as Level01, Terranova, Rentable, ForceDAO, Bexplus, Freeway, MYKEY, SudoRare, Starstream Finance, 2gether, NeoNexus, Survival Game Online, I WORLD GAME, KaraStar, Blin Metaverse, Raze Network, Endless Battlefield, Solvent, Beat Foundry, Proteus Finance and Aleph Finance.

However, this is not all. Analysts recalled that disappeared from the market Ardana, Eternal, Alice, Porta Network, Anchor Protocol, Coinsuper, Arco Protocol, Orbis, Terra Name Service, Novi, Nash Metaverse, Moola Market, EQONEX, Genesis Block, Qubit, Ethereum Gas Limit Project, Blur Finance an PandaDAO

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