Well Binance and KuCoin are both centralized, meaning if shiz hits the fan , u wont be able to get those funds...But think about that later when u make nice gains..than u could be thinking about a ledger. I would reccomend u to read the whitepaper for THOL from Angel Block..They are coming to the top in the next bull run imo. U can also get their NFT and stake it to earn THOL..Part of AZERO ecosystem..future is here allready
Correct they do use a dynamic fee that averages around 0.0003 Azero, and here’s why they use a dynamic fee: [https://alephzero.org/blog/fundamentals-dynamic-fee-adjustments/](https://alephzero.org/blog/fundamentals-dynamic-fee-adjustments/) As to your security questions, from their website: Aleph Zero ensures ultimate safety with three qualities: being asynchronous, leader-free, and Byzantine Fault Tolerant. Asynchronicity. Aleph Zero does not rely on any timing assumptions and ensures that all honest transactions will be confirmed even during times of total asynchrony of the network. The outcome is both DDoS resilience and easy protocol recovery after the network partitions. Leader-free (leaderless). Aleph Zero is decentralized and leaderless. It does not have a single node in control of creating a total ordering of units at any stage of the process. This quality provides not only a greater degree of decentralization than many existing protocols—but also guards against timed DDoS attacks that can be aimed at validators. BFT. Aleph Zero can tolerate up to 33% malicious committee members without an effect on the validation process. Each transaction is confirmed as soon as 67% of the members agree upon it. And: How Aleph Zero is different from Hedera Hashgraph? A subtle but crucial structural difference is that in Hashgraph, each communication between two nodes creates an ‘event,’ which is a container for potential queued transactions. In Aleph Zero, we decoupled communication between nodes (i.e., gossiping) and the creation of units (how we call our ‘containers’) since we believe that the 1:1 ratio between these actions is suboptimal by far. Besides that, Aleph Zero provides a constant bound on the average number of rounds necessary to validate each transaction and put it into total ordering even during times of total asynchrony of the network. In Hashgraph’s white paper, the average number of rounds is not bounded and their liveness proof is based on a coin round, which provides for a probability of achieving liveness as less than one in a billion for validating a transaction during each round in an asynchronous scenario (assuming a committee size of 39). There are also differences in the governance model. Aleph Zero is fully permissionless, whereas in Hedera Hashgraph part of the committee (39 members) is chosen in collaboration with the Hedera Hashgraph team. In Aleph Zero, it is the $AZERO token holders who will elect all of the validators of the network once the mainnet 1.0 milestone has been reached. Also, the Aleph Zero AlephBFT Consensus Protocol is not, and it never will be, patented.
Yes, ATOM definitely has a future. Been DCA'ing majorly that along with AZERO &CTSI the past weeks Its IBC \[Inter-Blockchain communication Protocol\] is one interesting feature allowing Cosmos sovereign blockchains to trustlessly communicate with each other You can even hold say 10-20 ATOM in your Keplr wallet & get airdropped some tokens from projects launching on the network. The Interchain security will be a game changer.
So far, actual network use is low enough across the cryptosphere that TPS is not nearly as important in the real world as it is theory or as a marketing gimmick. I know of projects that can achieve 50K TPS though, like AZERO, most of these are untested under true, real-world loads. No TPS number should be taken at face value, over and above the question of how many TPS are actually needed in practice, what other scaling solutions might be in play, etc. Near-instant finality is also not uncommon, though again there's a question of whether the difference between, say, 0.6 seconds and 2 seconds actually matters in real life. Feeless tx are a double-edged sword. Cheap is good, but feelessness can complicate security. That's a whole can of worms that can be debated for days, but regardless, when you have a high-fee network like Ethereum dominating, and a no-fee network like Nano basically failing to gain traction, the evidence is that adoption isn't driven by fees alone. Basically, I'm not saying AZERO doesn't have some nice features, but they are very similar features to those offered by others, with the possible difference that there are some incremental improvements in a few metrics that may or may not have any practical effect in the real world. Conversely, it's a newer project that has less of a track record and has had less time to screw up, learn from mistakes, etc. Given that crypto markets favour the new shiny thing, that's not necessarily a bad thing from a speculative investment perspective. I'm very prepared to believe that AZERO could pump when it's discovered. My original question was purely about why it might unseat alternatives and gain market share. Anyway, no AZERO hate intended. It seems promising.
I intend to hold my bags to zero or financial freedom. They're mostly long term picks and I'm staking most of them; ATOM, SCRT, CTSI, OSMO, ROWAN. Asides holding, I plan to add a few new gems to my portfolio; AZERO, JUNO, TEAM, FLD. The latter two are actually new and upcoming (for clarification sake), you can check them out. It's only diamond hands here but I also believe in 'taking profits on the way up'.
Lol. I have never seen a -100% before until LUNA. From this list, I think I OSMO, ROSE are good options IMO Others like AZERO, SCRT & upcoming ones like TEAM, FLD should do well too. Can go to zero of course.
Thats why I focus on real value and progress for a real world benefit. Choosing projects who are tackling challenges like for example.. IOTA, ADA, AZERO besides ETH and BTC. Iota for exmple is censored in this sub.. while working on real ground breaking stuff.. but it takes time and people want to get rich fast.. thats where ponzis come into play
I prefer things a bit risky and with future perspective; CKB; interoperability CUDOS; cloud and blockchain WNT; this is the most risky for me. It’s the analog of HNT, share the internet and earn. They started in Africa and the hotspots as I see are pretty good. Wish they start to move to EU market (at least the last packet of hotspots were sent to San Francisco and UK). AZERO; íts SOL but decentralized, long long term
I love gate.io exchange. I use it because gems like AZERO, FLOKI, KASTA are not available anywhere. My go-to exchange for low cap ALTs is gate.io. Thank you so much for the opportunity and good luck to everyone
I forgot to put a disclaimer there but just made an edit. Please check the tech. and the team behind each of these cryptocurrencies. From what I've gathered, Hathor uses a DAG similar to Fantom. Kadena (KDA) has a multichain architecture for scalability. And Moonbeam (GLMR) benefits from Polkadot's shared security and interoperability (it is an EVM compatible L1 on Polkadot, so Ethereum devs can easily deploy their DApps onto the moonbeam network). I've got to research Aleph Zero (AZERO) though.
$AZERO is available on MEXC and Gate.io and Hoo Exchange. Advantages over SOL: I cant talk with any real authority about the tech front. What little I know about $AZERO's tech suggests it is "comparable" to Solana in terms of TPS and finality. Additonally, being written in rust, being a POS DAG hybrid with intent to be a parathread, are all positive. Also, take a look at some of the projects building there. There is a DEX, a wallet, multiple bridges etc... and, of course, take a look at the team, which is really what makes me "believe". As I said above, Im not a techie. I read the whitepaper but that doesnt mean I understood it all :) That being said, when we talk of "advantages", I think, from an investment perspective, $AZERO has a lot of advantages over SOLANA. If one assumes that AZERO and SOL have at least "comparable" tech, then AZERO has a lot more room to grow than SOL does. SOL market cap: ~ 50 billion AZERO market cap: 500 mil Basically, SOL is valued at 100 times AZERO. If AZERO can do half what it claims and can get community traction (more on that below), I think there is great potential in the years ahead for AZERO. With community traction, I follow some big twitter accounts, who are now starting to mention AZERO quite a lot (check out CryptoGodJohn - 350k followers Shardi B - 200k followers and there are a lot more) Go check AZEROS website and read their stuff and make your own decision. Tbh, in this world of kitty cat and poorocket coins, AZERO seem pretty legit to me https://alephzero.org/
Hey Tin, Well, I would say that there are quite a few similarities between $AZERO, $AVAX and $SOL. Perhaps less so with $LUNA. Perhaps $SOL is the best direct comparison though. Similarities: SOL circulating supply = 325 mil; AZERO max supply = 300 mil. SOL listing price ~$0.5 $AZERO listing price = $0.8 Both solana and Azero's claim to fame arise from insane TPS and fast finality. Low fees and great speed inspire adoption but perhaps more importantly (for the investor), they have great hype potential and are easy "facts" to leverage in advertising etc, thus inspiring further retail investment. Basically, newer and better tech = Strong Marketing potential. At listing, Solana claimed to be the fastest chain in terms of TPS. Whilst others claim the same (Radix, XPLL, DAG etc), In the case of Solana, belief in the claim arises primarily from the huge VC investment, thus strengthening belief amongst later investors. How could all those big VC'S be wrong? Whilst $AZERO doesnt have nearly the VC funding of SOLANA, they do have a very strong team, have been in development for over 5 years but perhaps most importantly, basically all senior staff have PHD'S in mathematics and related areas. Additionally, both Solana and AZERO have novel and original consensus algorithms. Both are POS, though, admittedly AZERO is a hybrid POS DAG written in rust whilst SOLANA is a pure POS to my knowledge. The point is, both chains offer something new and exciting to potential developers i.e. Fast Finality and cheap transactions. This drives adoption, which encourages further development. Few chains can (with a straight face) claim to have the fastest chain in TPS or finality. AZERO claims both and the strength of their team lends credibility to their claim (true or not). Ultimately, Im not saying that AZERO is 100% gonna pull a Solana, what Im saying is that if their claims turn out to be true, then the mere fact they are fast, will encourage enough retail FOMO and hype that their price may follow suit.
$AZERO - sick team pushing near zero latency finality with absurd TPS, all under a privacy layer, built on substrate for interoperability. Multiple bridges incoming etc. Whilst not a blockchain but rather a DAG, it can operate as a parathread on Polkadot ecosystem. This is really the cutting edge in terms of speed and finality in 2022. Very exciting project.
Hi looking for some opinions. I've heard really good things about the AZERO Blockchain and it just came out a few weeks ago. Price is still low $1.33 and it's really fast. Sandwich dropped today and again I've heard good things. Anyone heard of these?