WHY ETHEREUM BEATS CARDANO & POLKADOT!



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45 thoughts on “WHY ETHEREUM BEATS CARDANO & POLKADOT!”

  1. Monopolies are always challenged by a competitor, you are just bias. Cardano is that competitor. For every Ebay there must be an Amazon, For every Mcdonalds there must be a Burger King. Cardano will be the Android and ETH the IOS. Its ovbios the two will complete. Stop shilling disinformation dude.

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  2. Cardano doesn't need smart contracts. The system allows to build native tokens on it with the specified functionality built in. It also allows for easier programmer adoption with Plutus and a much more specific defi language with Marlowe, allowing to grow the developer community. There are already plenty developers moving over to it. The ERC 20 converter also facilitates the process of transitioning tokens onto its platform. It is much cheaper to process transactions than ethereum and is far more secure which is going to be huge ane very important in the world of defi. Considering the effort they put into the architecture, you shouldn't dismiss it so readily. Ethereum does have the starting advantage, but its full 2.0 rollout is a way out. Let's see what happens.

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  3. Fair points. It’s obvious ETH has a big head start and the project has done exceptionally well and paved the way for more innovation in the SCP space. What no one knows is, a year from now, after ADA and DOT have more established ecosystems, which project will be attracting more devs and users into their ecosystem. While this was a good review it’s incredibly high level. What is needed is a deeper dive specific to the nuances of dapp development and the business implications each platform offers.

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  4. Hey Gregory are there any Domain Specific Languages (DSL) for non-programmers to create Dapps on ETH? The only thing I’ve been able to find was Axlang by Axoni which seems to have died off since the most recent reference I can find is from 2018 and Axoni’s recent funding round seems to have them focused on the private blockchain space. Anything you have to share?

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  5. Great comparison of Ethereum vs Cardano/Polkadot. Is Solana more or less likely to challenge Ethe or is it similar to the other challengers due to network effects?

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  6. I JUST WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO PUT MONEY TO MAXIMIZE PROFIT OVER NEXT 6 – MONTHS.. THEN I REBOOT AND – RESEARCH AND DO IT AGAIN. WHO CARES IF ADA DOES NOT OVERTAKE ETH.. ADA COSTS. —- $1.20. —— FOR GODS SAKE. IF THEY END UP WITH 20 PERCENT OF. MARKET. IT IS. A BETTER INVESTMENT THAN ETH. — PERIOD. HELLO !

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  7. Yeh yeh yeh, ETH is king, blah blah blah. Crypto is in very early stages with plenty of room to grow. Cross chain compatibility with ETH will make it very easy to switch to far better 3rd gen blockchains.

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  8. So, you're argument is basically, a legacy sluggish and expensive system (ETH) that might eventually migrate to ETH2.0 some years down the line, will never be superceded by maverick innovatitive technologies like DOT, propurts to radically change the way we connect to ALL blockchains?. If polkadot can solve the problem of my fungible token beeing swapped offf-chain, in nanoseconds, with low fees, it truly will be an ETH killer.

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  9. Dapper Labs used to use ethereum as its main base to build off, they where so dissatisfied with ethereum's network they have left and re-designed there own blockchain which is faster and cheaper than etereum. Dapper labs which is behind Cryptokitteis, now has deals with The UFC, NBA and Warner music group. The ceo of Dapper labs said in a recent interview "Ethereum is useless for small transactions, it was designed for huge transactions in the millions, where people dont mind paying $500-$1000 in fees per mega-transaction, but for NFT 'S which are usually small transactions the fees are too high, and as ethereum grows the fees will get bigger". ETH 2.0 at best will reduce gas by 50%, thats is still too high compared to other blockchains. When the ceo of the best NFT software company leaves your platform to design his own blockchain, you have to question your future as a network, dont be fooled by eths pumps, as the years roll on and other tech organisations emerge eth will look very outdated.

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  10. Why do shills even try with Ethereum? Just buy both but stop lying to yourself. It reminds me of people that told me in 2015 that Tesla would never make it. When you see a great product coming down the line you don't trash it because it isn't ready.

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  11. Lol, I've been a big fan of yours for years! Do yourself a favor and stick to the tech. All platforms will be winners to some degree. It's a new space and with room for multiple winners.

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  12. Yes Eth have a lot of application build… but cardano or polkadot can copy the code of the protocoll and launch on ther platform over night, how long for eth 2.0? Change Eth blockchain is like chainge an airplain enging during the fly

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  13. I think you've brought up valid points but you failed to mention that Polkadot offers a high level of interoperability that won’t be possible with Ethereum 2.0, as only Ethereum-specific shards can be part of the Ethereum ecosystem. Polkadot uses bridge parachains that can connect to external blockchains, offering two-way compatibility. Ethereum could then connect to the Polkadot ecosystem via a bridge parachain so that DApp developers could interact with any other Polkadot parachain. However, the reverse isn’t possible: Polkadot could not become a shard on Ethereum’s Beacon Chain. Moonbeam is one example of a bridge parachain that provides developers with an Ethereum-compatible smart contract platform that’s built on Polkadot.

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