|#||Name||TVL||Breakdown||7d Change||Market share||Purpose||TechnologyTech|
|1||Arbitrum One||$2.34 B||1.67%||52.99%||Universal||Optimistic Rollup|
|2||Optimism||$1.20 B||2.44%||27.30%||Universal||Optimistic Rollup|
|3||dYdX||$430 M||7.23%||9.73%||Exchange||ZK Rollup|
|4||Loopring||$92.64 M||5.33%||2.10%||Tokens, NFTs, AMM||ZK Rollup|
|5||Metis Andromeda||$92.45 M||2.77%||2.09%||Universal||Optimistic Chain|
|6||Immutable X||$80.24 M||21.31%||1.81%||NFT, Exchange||Validium|
|7||zkSync||$54.75 M||4.38%||1.24%||Tokens, NFTs||ZK Rollup|
|8||ZKSpace||$36.10 M||5.97%||0.82%||Tokens, NFTs, AMM||ZK Rollup|
|9||Sorare||$19.45 M||4.70%||0.44%||NFT, Exchange||Validium|
|11||Boba Network||$12.79 M||7.52%||0.29%||Universal||Optimistic Rollup|
|13||Aztec Connect||$7.91 M||18.58%||0.18%||Private DeFi||ZK Rollup|
|14||Arbitrum Nova||$6.29 M||22.63%||0.14%||Universal||Optimistic Chain|
|15||StarkNet||$4.37 M||17.55%||0.10%||Universal||ZK Rollup|
|OMG Network||$3.02 M||0.09%||0.07%||Payments||Plasma|
|17||Aztec||$2.30 M||3.73%||0.05%||Private payments||ZK Rollup|
|ZKSwap 1.0||$1.62 M||4.64%||0.04%||Payments, AMM||ZK Rollup|
|19||Polygon Hermez||$335 K||2.79%||0.01%||Payments||ZK Rollup|
|ZKSwap 2.0||$225 K||4.34%||0.01%||Payments, AMM||ZK Rollup|
|21||Layer2.Finance||$169 K||0.11%||0.00%||DeFi aggregation||Optimistic Rollup|
|22||Myria||$62.20 K||10.03%||0.00%||NFT, Exchange||Validium|
|Layer2.Finance-zk||$3.37 K||2.26%||0.00%||DeFi protocols||Validium|
|25||Fuel v1||$8.01||0.38%||0.00%||Payments||Optimistic Rollup|
–This project is built using StarkEx.
–This project is based on Optimism's code base.
–This project is based on zkSync's code base.
–A token associated with the project accounts for more than 10% of the TVL.
–A token associated with the project accounts for more than 90% of the TVL. This may make the metric vulnerable to manipulation if the majority of the supply is concentrated and markets are very illiquid.
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