Comparative analysis of chainless and PI data: we work miracles

PI is a respectable project, the first to make it to 20+ million users without going listing; it must have done something right. It is also the object of catching up and comparison for chainless.

PI:

On March 14, 2019, Pi network was founded in San Francisco, California, USA, and the app went live.

Chainless:

It goes live on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2023, on the Chainless platform:

Android access link: https://eco.chainless.top/download?code=chainlesshk

Apple access link: https://eco.chainless.top/download?code=chainlesshk

PI:

On May 22, 2019, the User base surpassed 10,000, and the first mining rate was halved. Took 69 days.

Chainless:

It is expected to cross 10,000 on 28 or 29 January 2024, taking 36 to 37 days.

In a historic event, on January 21, 2024, Sky purchased 1 million DW20 tokens from Mr. ¥ with 500U OTC trades, a thrilling jump from air to commodity. The transaction was ten times the value of Bitcoin’s first public transaction. At that valuation, DW20 was valued at $100 million. Prior to this, as with Bitcoin, private trades occurred, and subsequent OTC trades continued.

PI:

June 17, 2019: Passed 50,000 users. Took 95 days.

Chainless:

The plan was to reach 81,000 users; it took 99 days. When 17,000 registered users, DW20 coin delivery dropped to 156,640; to 41,000 users, DW20 coin delivery fell to 115,266, nearly halved. With 81,000 users, the seed round ended, and the angel round started. Angel round coin delivery drops from 2 million to 1 million. All numbers halved accordingly. The entire cycle of the angel round is 91 days.

PI:

On October 31, 2019, PI announced that it had officially reached 1 million users and that mining arithmetic had been halved for the third time. It took seven and a half months.

Chainless:

It is the goal of Chainless to have 1 million users count when Chainless goes listing publicly; the total time taken is about seven months. Entering the 7th DW20 cycle, whether to add an Archangel wheel depends on the situation.

It is the likely goal. Outperforming a talented and brilliant PI team is not an easy task. It’s also a goal that will take the hard work of every member of the chainless community to achieve.

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