Polkadot’s Github developer community hit ATH activity levels in Q3’22
Polkadot achieved an all-time high in development activity during Q3 of 2022, as measured by GitHub commitments.
Github’s Polkadot (DOT) developer community may be tapering, but it is still an industry leader. Twitter account @ProofofGithub, has been charting such activity since DeFi summer of July 2020.
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On March 22, Proof of Github highlighted the daily development activity. The price of DOT at the time of writing is $6.30 — up 4.15% in the last 24 hours at press time.
Polkadot development activity
Meanwhile, developer activity on the Polkadot platform has been thriving — indicating promising prospects for its future development, adoption, and overall success. In fact, Polkadot achieved an all-time high in development activity during Q3 of 2022, as measured by GitHub commitments.
This impressive growth was also highlighted in the Electric Capital Developer (ECD) report. The ECD report revealed that Polkadot’s developer community had expanded from less than 200 in 2018 to over 2,000 presently — making it the second largest community with 764 full-time developers.
Remarkably, Polkadot achieved the milestone of 200 full-time developers in just 2.2 years — making it the fastest ecosystem to reach this target compared to the average of over 4 years.
However, Polkadot’s total number of developers only increased by 2% by the end of 2022 — indicating a slowing, tapering rate of growth.