Versatile and efficient blockchains are the way of the future.
Slow transaction fees and high gas fees will become a thing of the past and Ethereum’s upgrade to Ethereum 2.0 will make a significant impact on both aforementioned issues.
The likes of Solana (SOL), and Polkadot (DOT) have made waves in the crypto industry with their priorities resting on scalability, sustainability and interoperability which secured both blockchains the label of being “Ethereum killers”.
With Caprice Finance (CFT) now entering the crypto space, the next generation of blockchains inspired by the “Ethereum killers” will look to take that next step in becoming even more versatile and efficient.
What is Caprice Finance (CFT)?
Having just launched its presale on March 28th, cryptocurrency projects couldn’t get any newer than the likes of Caprice Finance (CFT).
As a blockchain technology, Caprice Finance allows its users to trade crypto across several blockchains including Ethereum (ETH), Polygon (MATIC), and Binance Smart Chain (BSC), enabling multi-chain integration of blockchains.
Caprice is making the most of its blockchain technology with the project aiming to build an NFT marketplace as well as attempting to build solutions within the metaverse, demonstrating a clear intention of their commitment to the virtual world.
Caprice has garnered massive hype with some crypto experts predicting a rise of 5,000% starting from the presale launch on March 28th to the beginning of its initial coin offering (ICO).
Like Caprice Finance, Automish Token (ATI) recently entered phase one of its presale and has similar ambitions in its commitment to the virtual space.
As a metaverse-based play-to-earn (P2E) game, Automish has been inspired by fellow play-to-earn games Axie Infinity (AXS) and The Sandbox (SAND) as it attempts to make a similar impact within the space.
Solana’s (SOL) superior blockchain prowess
As the first blockchain to use a proof-of-history (PoH) protocol, Solana (SOL) is paving the way for blockchains of the future on how to reach the optimal levels of scalability and sustainability.
Its blockchain platform has been designed to host decentralised applications (dApps) that are also scalable, as Solana can confirm a theoretical throughput of 65,000 transactions per second (tps) with fees of almost zero.
It’s that feature of Solana’s blockchain that makes it a very realistic rival to Ethereum which still uses a proof-of-work (PoW) consensus mechanism.
It’s all been sunny side up for Solana as its native SOL has risen to become the sixth biggest cryptocurrency in the world in recent weeks as it now amasses a market cap of over $38 billion.
Trading at $117.13, at this time of writing, Crowd Wisdom’s end of year prediction for Solana sits at $170.
Polkadot’s (DOT) is a blockchain for everyone
As a fellow member of the club of “Ethereum killers”, Polkadot (DOT) shares many of the same values as Solana.
As a blockchain platform, Polkadot enables interconnectivity between blockchains allowing them to send across all types of data to each other without the need for a middleman.
Launched in 2020, the platform is a fairly new project but its objectives and performance have already made it an incredibly important feature of how blockchain technology will adapt.
Its native DOT token is ranked as the 11th biggest cryptocurrency in the world, amassing a market cap of almost $20 billion.