What does success look like to you? How do you measure your own success? Is it your character? Perhaps it is your job title, degree, or salary? We all look at and measure this differently as individuals. For Bitcoin and many altcoins, success is typically measured in the form of market dominance and current price valuation. While these measurements are critical for any cryptocurrency in the long-term, the Electroneum team are playing a different game and reaping the early fruits of their labor in wildly different ways.
Electroneum recently celebrated its second year in operation. In those two years, they have survived a very difficult crypto winter and learned some valuable lessons that have shaped the direction of the crypto and platform all together. With their mission to empower the globally unbaked and help end poverty, Electroneum has worked closely with mobile carriers and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as they have rolled out initiatives in Brazil, Turkey, Nigeria, and most recently in Cambodia. As the team looks forward in making further moves towards global adoption via the utilization of their ETN rewards program, mobile top-up program, and the brand new in-app global freelance platform, AnyTask, knowing the numbers is critical.
Visits By Country
According to Alexa.com, one of the world’s leading analytics sites, Electroneum’s site saw the most site traffic generated (as of February 10th) from the three countries it has been working the closest with to empower the unbanked. Brazil had over 49,000 visitors, Turkey over 42,000 visitors, and Nigeria almost 28,000 visitors.120,000+ visitors in the past month in these critical markets is an impressive number when considering how few people in these nations have access to reliable internet and how new the Electroneum campaigns are in these locations.