According to DefiLlama, the size of total value locked in the Layer 2 solution from Shiba Inu, Shibarium, has reached the $1.5 million mark. It is important to clarify that Shibarium only fully "opened" a little over two days ago, which makes this result even more impressive.
The largest protocol projects on this metric at the moment are decentralized exchanges, which is not surprising; it is a standard development path in the DeFi environment. The largest such DEX is DogSwap, holding a whopping $802,000, which is more than half of Shibarium's total value locked.
In the meantime, DogSwap's X account is currently temporarily blocked, but the site is up and running. It is important to be careful here and not fall victim to rugpulling by developers or malicious users. Shibarium is a young network and is likely to be more like the Wild West at first, so be careful.
Second is Marswap, whose total value locked is just under $400,000, equivalent to 26.6% of the total value. Next on the list are assorted similar projects.
In addition to TVL growth, Shibarium has also seen extensive growth in its number of user wallets. As reported by U.Today, recent data from Shibariumscan reveals that the network has shown a rapid increase, now hosting an impressive 482,000 addresses, just a little short of half a million. This substantial rise comes after U.Today's report of 300,000 addresses just the previous day, signifying 60% growth within 24 hours.