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Pi Network ranked 8th as Binance and Bitcoin topped list of top 10 Crypto Projects in 2023

In the past two weeks, Pi Network has received a lot of attention on social media platforms. Even Bitcoin enthusiasts have started to wonder why Pi Network is suddenly the topic of conversation on every social media platform. One such well-known person is a YouTuber and cryptocurrency analyst with the handle @rovercrc (Crypto Rover) on Twitter, who couldn’t keep it to himself and decided to ask?

“Can somebody tell me why everyone is talking about Pi Network all of a sudden?”

Pi Network is ranked as the eighth cryptocurrency project with the most Twitter followers in 2023 despite continuing to operate in its closed mainnet, while Binance and Bitcoin topped the list as the first and second projects, respectively.

Below is the list of top 10 cryptocurrency projects with the most Twitter followers

1. Binance (10.09m)

2. Bitcoin (5.68m)

3. DOGE (3.66m)

4. SHIBA INU (3.63m)

5. Ethereum (3.07m)

6. (2.62m)

7. XRP (2.62m)

8. Pi Network (2.20m)

9. Solana (2.17m)

10. Polygon (1.87m)

In addition to DOGE and SHIBA INU leading Ethereum, the ranking reveals a significant difference between Binance and Bitcoin, while Solana and Polygon are both listed behind Pi Network.

What is Pi Network?

Pi Network is positioned as an attempt to simplify the accessibility and introduce more people to cryptocurrency through a simple crypto mining and management system. It was officially launched on 14 March 2019 by Nicolas Kokkalis and Chengdiao Fan.

Written by Grace Owell

Grace Owell is an expert freelance writer from Texas, United States of America. Her expertise measures solely on personal finance and health articles. She currently writes for

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