A Look at Block'tivity and the Most Active Blockchains


6 months agoBusy2 min read

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(Operations on the most active blockchains with in 7 days)

It's really incredible to understand that the three most active blockchains EOS, STEEM and BITSHARES were all created by the same individual @DanLarimer which hold 85% of all blockchain activity.

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            • Name Activity Average (7d) Record Market Cap AVI
              1 EOS 3,292,041Op 4,553,273Op 10,111,725Op $ 5.6 B . 303
              2 STEEM 1,084,083Op 1,151,428Op 2,522,380Op $ 0.250 B 2,242
              3 BTS 964,801Op 770,006Op 6,112,075Op $ 0.304 B 1,640

And in 4th place is Ethereum, which has some serious competition as a blockchain platform with others like EOS, Lisk and up and coming.

In 5th place we have Bitcoin.

Both Ethereum and Bitcoin have filled bocks, essentially a waiting list. This allows miners to rise the price for the verifying transactions in. This type of dynamic fee system only works with scalable blockchains, otherwise if the blockchains cannot withstand the throughput the network become congested and t turns simple micropayment transactions into very expensive and unrealistic multi hour long money transfers.

This is not acceptable in relation to world wide crypto economy.

With Dan's infinitely scalable solutions gaining attention, the world may change must quicker than we can imagine.

https://block.one/ https://bitshares.org/ https://eos.io/

Check me out on steemit.com/

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Bitcoin Cash Tip-jar: qru9gdc6jm02kqtwrkmf5nz4k738navjzgku7h545t


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