- DappRadar gets the fourth largest NFT marketplace off its listing.
- Jpg.store tweets its reply as other users start talking about it.
- DappRadar replies with a vague answer.
DappRadar leaves out jpg.store, which is claimed to be the fourth largest NFT marketplace, from its list of NFT marketplaces, CQ has learned.
Since the NFT marketplace was not on the list, jpg.store called out DappRadar through their official Twitter page, tweeting, “Hey @DappRadar, wondering why you haven’t made the decision to integrate Cardano and JPG on your site? With various DEX’s growing and a NFT volume that places us at #4 of all blockchains, it would only make sense! We made you a reference image for where JPG would stand”
Another account called ADA whale also tweeted, mentioning the same matter.
Hi @DappRadar, not showing the 4th largest NFT marketplace on your rankings is not a good look (we assume it’s an innocent omission)
If data accuracy and your reputation are important to you, I imagine you will understand it makes sense to take this opportunity to correct it https://t.co/M9hh71xWcD
— ADA whale (@cardano_whale) June 7, 2022
Hello, thanks for your feedback as we love to get suggestions all the time to help us grow and get better. Our team is currently working on it.
The comment could have been an automated answer, yet it could also mean that DappRadar’s tech team is actually working on the problem to be solved.
In another perspective, people commented supporting the jpg.store. One interesting tweet said “Hmm pretty hard to ignore the #4 marketplace by accident. So @DappRadar what’s the deal? Are you fact or politics driven?”
Still, after DappRadar commented, people started showing more gratitude.