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Avalanche is an open-source platform for launching highly decentralized applications, new financial primitives, and new interoperable blockchains.
A lot of blockchain projects promise to build a new financial system,but few have thought about mainstream adoption as hard as Celo. With a mobile-first approach where a phone number is all you need to participate in the network, Celo makes cryptocurrency user-friendly and simplifies access to global financial services. Plus, it’s compatible with Ethereum!
Ceramic is a decentralized, open source platform for creating, hosting, and sharing streams of data.
Pitching yourself as the “Internet of Blockchains'' is no small feat, but it conveys the ambition of Cosmos: to create a network where different blockchains can communicate and scale together. It’s similar to Polkadot but it prioritizes the sovereignty of independent blockchains, meaning they must secure themselves and have their own governance and validators.
Blockchain’s sizes grow massive with time. The Mina creators saw this as a potentially fatal flaw: the bigger the blockchain, the less people store its entire history, which leads to centralization. So they created a “succinct” blockchain, that weighs the size of a few tweets (22kb). A blockchain compressed into a Pokéball.
NEAR is designed to eliminate the transactional bottlenecks of Layer 1 blockchains. Innovations such as Doomslug and Nightshade enable developers to combine the benefits of a sharded architecture with the power and security of decentralized networks. In addition, NEAR has a reputation for being a developer-friendly platform and offering a simple and quick onboarding process.
The Oasis Network is a layer 1, proof-of-stake, decentralized network. It has two main components, the Consensus Layer and the ParaTime Layer.
Polkadot’s goal is to solve the interoperability problem: how to exchange assets across independent blockchains. With a sophisticated architecture made of a hundred parachains, a relay chain and bridges to the outside world, it’s not a Web 3 project for the faint of heart. Check out Substrate, its framework for bootstrapping your own blockchain.
Matic was mostly a scaling solution (“Layer 2”) for Ethereum until it rebranded to Polygon and became a much more ambitious blockchain interoperability project (like Polkadot and Cosmos). Polygon seeks to broaden the horizons of cryptocurrency adoption by ensuring that transactions are affordable and fast, compatible with a variety of scaling solutions.
Pyth connects high-fidelity market data from the world’s largest professional traders and exchanges to any smart contract, anywhere.
In the blockchain world, being open and transparent is a good thing, but some data is just too sensitive to be exposed. That’s why Secret exists. Built with privacy in mind and encryption by default, it wants to enable the secure transfer of sensitive and personal data on blockchains.
From all the “Ethereum killers”, Solana emerged in 2021 as the hottest one, with the most engaged developer community. Through a unique blend of eight technological innovations (including Proof of History), it alleviates many of the problems that plague other blockchains and has been able to reach record levels of speed and transaction volumes.
In many cases when a blockchain wants to change or upgrade its functionality, there are significant risks. Tezos is unique in that it is a “self-amending” blockchain: upgrades can be made automatically through its on-chain governance and user-submitted proposals. Tezos is also quite popular among artists and creators, for its community and collaborative nature.
The Graph
The Graph is a search engine API for blockchains. It solves the problem of analyzing on chain data by indexing it off chain, through a distributed network of actors. Developers, Indexers and Curators are coordinated & incentivized through the GRT utility token, in a system designed to guarantee honest and reliable data for dApp developers to build with.