To gauge a blockchain's network growth, we can estimate it by the number of its coins/tokens holders. However, unique address count cannot signify the exact number of users of that chain since a user can create multiple wallets, thanks to the magic of cryptography. But with the number of unique addresses, we can gauge a rough estimate of the network's growth. The rate BSC is gaining on Ethereum is quite remarkable. In only one short year, the number of unique addresses on BSC went from 1 million to 126 million, compared to ETH growing from 133 million to 183 million individual users on the Ethereum blockchain. BSC has the closest chance to parallel the users available on Ethereum.