It’s been well over 6 months since the eos mainnet was launched and there has been so much improvement, so many accounts created despite the barrier of entry (fee to open an account). Eos has recorded huge milestones in the blockchain space: huge TPS, no fees, blockchain-based governance etc. Soon we’ll have REX, IBC, STEEMIT 2.0, BITSHARES 2.0 etc. Eos has gotten lots of attention just within a short period of time and it’s worth talking about.
EOS.IO is a blockchain protocol powered by the native cryptocurrency EOS. The protocol emulates most of the attributes of a real computer including hardware with the computing resources distributed equally among EOS cryptocurrency holders
The next Blockchain that is in a real competition with EOS is tron. Tron has gained massive users (about 10,000 users within 24 hours), low fees (lower than Ethereum), speed =faster than Ethereum.
Tron claims to have huge throughput by improving its TPS which is currently about 700+.
Although on the website of tron, it is stated that tron concistnely hits 2000 -TPS, but this is generally not true.
Although entry into tron is quite easy because there is no fee, but does Justin sun have the experience to lead tron and make it the most people infrastructure for building decentralized applications?
Well illl leave the answer for you to figure out. Mere looking at Blocktivity.info, you’ll notice the most blockchains on blocktivity.info that are scaling top on the chart was built by Dan Larimer.
But in this video, I majored on the differences between Tron and Eos. The performance and number of transactions.
Personally I think Dan has more experience when it comes to building scalable Blockchains and he and his team could make eos so scalable enough to handle Facebook or visa.
But these are just my opinion. I might be wrong, so please do your own due diligence and study about each of these Blockchains.
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