5 Crypto Ecosystems With The Most Developers Commits This Quarter

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There is always room for improvements and changes in the cryptocurrency world. Numerous projects note increasing developer activity and commits in recent months, which is always interesting to see. More behind-the-scenes activity is always beneficial to the underlying project.

Chainlink (LINK)

Given the popularity of ChainLink in the world of blockchain and cryptocurrency, it is only normal to see plenty of developer activity. There is still a lot of room for improvements regarding bringing external data to smart contracts. With 626 commits by 71 contributors in the past three months, there are some intriguing developments on the horizon. What those changes will be exactly, remains to be determined, but the team will announce details through their official channels. 

Syscoin (SYS)

Although most people seemingly ignore the Syscoin ecosystem these days, the technology has plenty of opportunities to explore. More importantly, its developers remain committed to streamlining and enhancing the code, indicating there may be some new developments on the horizon soon. Per CryptoMiso, Syscoin has 615 commits by over 100 contributors, confirming the project’s health.

Groestlcoin (GRS)

Another currency that has been around for some time now is Groestlcoin. Although it doesn’t get much attention either, the project is still in good hands. Over 100 contributors have created 603 commits recently. Although many people see this as a “Bitcoin clone”, the ecosystem has its own merits worth checking out.

Bitcoin (BTC)

It is interesting to note the world’s leading cryptocurrency coming in fourth place for projects with the most commits in the past quarter. While Bitcoin has been around the longest of all modern cryptocurrencies, it too remains susceptible to improvements. As over 100 contributors created 586 commits, it will be interesting to see what the future holds for Bitcoin.

Lisk (LSK)

Not too many seem to discuss the Lisk ecosystem these days, even though it remains a viable blockchain to build decentralized applications. More importantly, the developers are contributing 437 commits in the past quarter, indicating more developments are around the corner. Although 64 contributors may not seem like much, it is still more than sufficient for Lisk to remain competitive. 

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