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What are the best Blockchain / DLT / DAG projects in 2022 and beyond?

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DAG or XDC?

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I wrote a really long comment regarding blockchain technologies and IoT on buttcoin. And I'd like to share it with people who would actually read it.

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I love DAGS! Hedera / Constellation and Iota although Hedera gives me centralization concerns and iota don’t seem to be doing too much these days? One day with my DAG gains I’m gonna buy me ma a caravan!

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I love DAGS! Hedera / Constellation and Iota although Hedera gives me centralization concerns and iota don’t seem to be doing too much these days? One day with my DAG gains I’m gonna be a caravan!

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Can Hashgraph and Iota co-exist in the DAG space or there can be only one?

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$ZNN Zenon - Network of Momentum - 8M Max supply, 30M Mcap

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a L1 network with smart contracts which has less then 50 million marketcap

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#CBDC Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by Nostalg33k which won 1st place in the CBDC Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > # Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC), what do they solve, why they are the best ? > > ​ > > A Central Bank Digital Currency is NOT a game changer, most people already use "digital money" through their credit card. So the question everyone should ask is, "What do digital currencies solve?". Actually a loooot of problems. > > ​ > > # 1) Money creation: From banks to Central banks, bring the power back to the state and not the profiteering industry. > > CBDC's if they replace normal currencies would not allow banks to lend money they don't have. This can be seen as a problem until you put inflation into the equation. Everyone is currently lambasting about inflation and money creation from the State BUT the fact is that money creation is done principally by private banks and not by the State. > > ​ > > For one dollar in the banking system, they can lend up to 10 dollars with a fractional reserve. While we could believe in free markets before the ecological crisis we are living through and before the oil industry price gouged the population through the non-exploitation of government leases. Right now, a lot of industries are in need of government planning to switch from cheap energy relying on existing infrastructure to go towards renewables and new infrastructure. This planning require governments to have a better control of the economy. CBDC's can provide this control by controlling the credit industry. > > ​ > > # 2) The extinction of trafic and tax evasion > > Another big aspect of CBDC's is their traceability. Through blockchain, it would be far easier to look for suspect transactions. This would kill the drug industry and allow to properly tax people. By taking control of the money supply and requiring a reason for each transactions, it would be far harder to have illegal activities and to evade the taxation system which provides for our governments, (roads, infrastructure, healthcare,...) > > # 3) Multiple specialized money. > > Governments aiming to plan their economies in a better way would be able to introduce different currencies. For example, welfare could be given in a money that is specialized toward food or rent. While intrusive this would allow certain sectors of the economy to be excluded from the free market. > > # 4) Data collection, Instant transactions and practical. > > CBDCs if they don't replace cash as a whole still provide an important service to our societies and should replace digital transactions currently done with your account balance. If they are backed by a blockchain using DAG or an infrastructure allowing for instant transaction, they can be very practical and allow us to have a better understanding of spending. With implementation of anonymisation of the data, we could give this date to different economist and other planners to understand how we can provide better services and better goods to people. > > ​ > > # 5) A good introduction to Cryptocurrency, wallet management and other aspects of the digital economy. > > CBDCs can be a very good pedagogic tool to help people realize that their currencies can be exist on a blockchain. If the wallet is compatible with Meta-mask and other wallet managers , then it could help people to use crypto related software. They could even be signing smart contracts and swap their coins. > > ​ > > # 6) Technical side, a diversity of possibilities all which their advantages and problems. > > ​ > > On the more technical aspect of CBDCs, there is a large diversity of possibility because each central bank can have their own design. > > An example can be the Bank of England: [The CBDC Project in the UK](https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/research/digital-currencies#:~:text=to%20contact%20us-,What%20is%20central%20bank%20digital%20currency%3F,a%20computer%20or%20similar%20device) > > The Bank of England's CBDC would co-exist with cash. While this page doesn't explain the technical side, one can be surprised that they don't seem to be looking at the blockchain technology as [their paper on New forms of money](https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/paper/2021/new-forms-of-digital-money) shows. > > The world blockchain is only mentioned when discussing the possibility to regulate stablecoins. > > ​ > > One could ask what is the point of this CBDC since wire transfers exist:"What Is a Wire Transfer? > A wire transfer is an electronic transfer of funds via a network that is administered by banks and transfer service agencies around the world. Wire transfers involve a sending and receiving institution and require information from the party initiating the transfer, such as the receiver's name and account number. > Wire transfers don't actually involve the physical exchange of cash but are settled electronically."[Source](https://www.investopedia.com/terms/w/wiretransfer.asp#:~:text=Wire%20transfers%20involve%20a%20sending,cash%20but%20are%20settled%20electronically) > > # Conclusion: > > CBDCs are the best for the current era, we need to be able to plan the economy and to fight turbulences while we resolve the chalenges of the era. The only question, as shown by the UK proposition of a CBDC is: Will the governments be able to leverage the CBDCs. CBDCs are cool if we accept a bit of intrusion in our financial lives. They could provide a way to stop trafics and to do financial planning, to introduce multiple specialized currencies and many other points. > > ​ > > These should be introduced through referendums with a very high threshold for the decision to be made (60 or 70%) because they are societal changes that could radically change our world. > > ​ > > Thank you for reading my post ! ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/v2jkzj/general_concepts_cbdc_proarguments_june_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_CBDC) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#DAG

#CBDC Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by Nostalg33k which won 1st place in the CBDC Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > # Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC), what do they solve, why they are the best ? > > ​ > > A Central Bank Digital Currency is NOT a game changer, most people already use "digital money" through their credit card. So the question everyone should ask is, "What do digital currencies solve?". Actually a loooot of problems. > > ​ > > # 1) Money creation: From banks to Central banks, bring the power back to the state and not the profiteering industry. > > CBDC's if they replace normal currencies would not allow banks to lend money they don't have. This can be seen as a problem until you put inflation into the equation. Everyone is currently lambasting about inflation and money creation from the State BUT the fact is that money creation is done principally by private banks and not by the State. > > ​ > > For one dollar in the banking system, they can lend up to 10 dollars with a fractional reserve. While we could believe in free markets before the ecological crisis we are living through and before the oil industry price gouged the population through the non-exploitation of government leases. Right now, a lot of industries are in need of government planning to switch from cheap energy relying on existing infrastructure to go towards renewables and new infrastructure. This planning require governments to have a better control of the economy. CBDC's can provide this control by controlling the credit industry. > > ​ > > # 2) The extinction of trafic and tax evasion > > Another big aspect of CBDC's is their traceability. Through blockchain, it would be far easier to look for suspect transactions. This would kill the drug industry and allow to properly tax people. By taking control of the money supply and requiring a reason for each transactions, it would be far harder to have illegal activities and to evade the taxation system which provides for our governments, (roads, infrastructure, healthcare,...) > > # 3) Multiple specialized money. > > Governments aiming to plan their economies in a better way would be able to introduce different currencies. For example, welfare could be given in a money that is specialized toward food or rent. While intrusive this would allow certain sectors of the economy to be excluded from the free market. > > # 4) Data collection, Instant transactions and practical. > > CBDCs if they don't replace cash as a whole still provide an important service to our societies and should replace digital transactions currently done with your account balance. If they are backed by a blockchain using DAG or an infrastructure allowing for instant transaction, they can be very practical and allow us to have a better understanding of spending. With implementation of anonymisation of the data, we could give this date to different economist and other planners to understand how we can provide better services and better goods to people. > > ​ > > # 5) A good introduction to Cryptocurrency, wallet management and other aspects of the digital economy. > > CBDCs can be a very good pedagogic tool to help people realize that their currencies can be exist on a blockchain. If the wallet is compatible with Meta-mask and other wallet managers , then it could help people to use crypto related software. They could even be signing smart contracts and swap their coins. > > ​ > > # 6) Technical side, a diversity of possibilities all which their advantages and problems. > > ​ > > On the more technical aspect of CBDCs, there is a large diversity of possibility because each central bank can have their own design. > > An example can be the Bank of England: [The CBDC Project in the UK](https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/research/digital-currencies#:~:text=to%20contact%20us-,What%20is%20central%20bank%20digital%20currency%3F,a%20computer%20or%20similar%20device) > > The Bank of England's CBDC would co-exist with cash. While this page doesn't explain the technical side, one can be surprised that they don't seem to be looking at the blockchain technology as [their paper on New forms of money](https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/paper/2021/new-forms-of-digital-money) shows. > > The world blockchain is only mentioned when discussing the possibility to regulate stablecoins. > > ​ > > One could ask what is the point of this CBDC since wire transfers exist:"What Is a Wire Transfer? > A wire transfer is an electronic transfer of funds via a network that is administered by banks and transfer service agencies around the world. Wire transfers involve a sending and receiving institution and require information from the party initiating the transfer, such as the receiver's name and account number. > Wire transfers don't actually involve the physical exchange of cash but are settled electronically."[Source](https://www.investopedia.com/terms/w/wiretransfer.asp#:~:text=Wire%20transfers%20involve%20a%20sending,cash%20but%20are%20settled%20electronically) > > # Conclusion: > > CBDCs are the best for the current era, we need to be able to plan the economy and to fight turbulences while we resolve the chalenges of the era. The only question, as shown by the UK proposition of a CBDC is: Will the governments be able to leverage the CBDCs. CBDCs are cool if we accept a bit of intrusion in our financial lives. They could provide a way to stop trafics and to do financial planning, to introduce multiple specialized currencies and many other points. > > ​ > > These should be introduced through referendums with a very high threshold for the decision to be made (60 or 70%) because they are societal changes that could radically change our world. > > ​ > > Thank you for reading my post ! ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/v2jkzj/general_concepts_cbdc_proarguments_june_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_CBDC) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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#Nano Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 2nd place in the Nano Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Nano, which has recently adjusted its ticker to XNO is a DAG based, fee-less blockchain. > > Some fun facts that do not have to do anything with being a pro-argument: > > * Nano has been 100% distributed using faucets. Some follow-up facts about the faucet can be found in this [post](https://www.reddit.com/r/nanocurrency/comments/h7fmge/the_nano_faucet_distribution_visualized_and/) > * Nano used to be called Raiblocks. [Rai stones](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rai_stones) were very large boulders used by the Yap inhabitants in Micronesia as a currency. The stones could not be physically moved but they changed ownership in exchange for goods. By mutual agreement the ownership of a stone was decided. > * The distribution of nano was supposedly 400 million. However after distributing 133 million the faucet failed and this amount was now the market cap. The [logo of nano](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/18/Nano_logo.png) reminds of this market cap as it consists of 1 dot, 3 dots, 3 dots. > > The big advantage of Nano is that it is fee-less. Every transaction on the blockchain is transferred for 0 XNO. Therefore the crypto is ideal for micro-payments, whereas for many blockchain these kind of transactions are very costly due to the transaction fee that is required for sending these amounts is greater than the micro payment. Therefore it is the ideal candidate for use for in-game purchases, paying for ad removal online or simply paying back that round of beers your friend got at the bar. > > Inherent at having zero fees is the issue that the people that secure the network do not get a financial incentive as there are no mining or staking rewards for validators. The idea for Nano is that running a node in the long term will save a validator costs instead of earning rewards. As the transactions are free the only cost for receiving transactions is running a validator node. With enough scale the saved costs of not having to pay VISA will outnumber the costs of running a node. > > With V23.0 having been released lately the Nano Development Foundation (which did receive any portion at the fair launch of XNO, contrary to many projects where the team receives up to 50% of all coins) has been focusing on both V24.0 which will provide a permanent solution for the spam attacks that the network endured early 2021 but also start a marketing campaign for the adoption of Nano. The team said that they will only start to market the product once they think it is (close to) finished. > > This marketing campaign has already provided several interesting results. First of all it has been adopted by 2miners. 2miners allows their participants to pay-out their mining rewards from mining ETH in nano, thereby by-passing the high ETH gas fees. > > Nex to that they have anounced a partnership with [FlowHub](https://twitter.com/nano/status/1460650892194160650). FlowHub is said to look into using Nano within their supply chains to save on expenditures. Also Kappture, which provides point of sale devices, has proofed to be interested in [nano](https://twitter.com/Kappture1/status/1473969560294416386). The in-game micropayments that I have mentioned before in this post are also currently investigated by [Poki](https://twitter.com/nano/status/1409509248971726860) a platform used by 30 million users. > > So all in all it seems like nano is finally being used for what it was meant to be and many more people are seeing it's strenghts. Now all nano needs is a Coinbase listing... ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yi9/coin_inquiries_round_nano_proarguments_november/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Nano) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

* Relevant Cointest topics: [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag), [IOTA](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_iota). * Relevant subreddits: r/NanoCurrency, r/IOTA, r/Obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/z771ij/just_bought_my_first_cold_wallet_ledger_nano_s/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

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* Relevant Cointest topics: [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag), [IOTA](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_iota). * Relevant subreddits: r/NanoCurrency, r/IOTA, r/Obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/z4k6m0/binance_now_offer_a_3_apr_on_nano/ixra8vg/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

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* Relevant Cointest topics: [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag), [IOTA](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_iota). * Relevant subreddits: r/NanoCurrency, r/IOTA, r/Obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/z3lbdv/ledger_nano_s_or_x/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

Mentions:#DAG

Well, a system like that would need to inevitably support the BTC network in some way as to sustain the base network it derives it's value from, likewise, why would you use the payment system in the first place if there's no actual BTC behind it? For example, one way to do this would be by redirecting BTC's excess hashing, I do not know much about programming, but I figure it should be possible to use the extra BTC hashing power to process the PoW needed for the DAG payment system. In practice that would double the quantity of miners getting rewards as now miners who didn't contribute to adding a BTC block would receive fees from the DAG blocks.

Mentions:#BTC#DAG

If you take away transactions from the base layer, who pays the miners? I know, there's issuance still going on, but we know how that's being halved each 210,000 blocks. How does a store of value work, if the upkeep is high and rising, but nobody wants to pay for it? Could you imagine that the DAG based thing you pictured would work as currency without Bitcoin in the background?

Mentions:#DAG

IMO as long as the middlemen are fully transparent decentralized protocols aswell there shouldn't be that many problems, for example, instead of actually paying through the bitcoin network (because let's face it, BTC works a heck of a lot better as a store of value than as a currency unless the amounts are massive enough to demand the added security), you could use something DAG based with no fees that's minted from BTC and can be redeemed back to it for payments. It wouldn't be so much of an L2, but rather, a currency backed by BTC intended for payments only that can be redeemed for the backing asset at any time in a permissionless manner.

Mentions:#IMO#BTC#DAG

HBAR is a DAG not a blockchain

Mentions:#HBAR#DAG

Unlike PoW and PoS coins, nano's unique DAG architecture+Open Representative Voting (ORV) allows the network to solve the trilemma problem without fees and virtually the lowest latency possible. Not only is this what customers (myself included) and vendors want at point of sale, this makes micropayments practical in places with minimal infrastructure.

Mentions:#DAG

* Relevant Cointest topics: [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag), [IOTA](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_iota). * Relevant subreddits: r/NanoCurrency, r/IOTA, r/Obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/z2s3t0/nano_xno_is_up_130_why/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

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* Relevant Cointest topics: [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag), [IOTA](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_iota). * Relevant subreddits: r/NanoCurrency, r/IOTA, r/Obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/z2rkos/nano_pumped_170_in_30_minutes_what_happened/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

Mentions:#DAG

DAG and $ADS. Alkimi is a real-world business and it will run on Constellation.

Mentions:#DAG#ADS

Some question if you feel like answering: \- It doesn't bother you that MATIC is super centralized? \- Hedera differs how, being DAG, from IOTA? \- How compatible is GPU mining hardware from ETH pools for mining ERGO?

$DAG (Constellation) - great time to buy a node of this ambitious L0/L1 project. Has survived since 2017. This will be a future top 10 coin, has a ton of projects building on top of it and a long standing partnership with the US Air Force. Best coin to hold and stake right now IMHO.

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* Relevant Cointest topics: [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag), [IOTA](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_iota). * Relevant subreddits: r/NanoCurrency, r/IOTA, r/Obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/z1u082/nano_ledger_black_friday_going_on_right_now_free/ixcso9d/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

Mentions:#DAG

Atom, Osmo, INJ, EVMOS, the cosmos ecosystem is looking good. ORN, decentralized exchange agregator on BSC. Coti. DAG if you have the required tokens.

Yeah, that's one thing we can do. But, con sidering that quantum algorithms also improve over the years, DAG seems to be a good solution. [http://pqcrypto.org/](http://pqcrypto.org/) THis guy has written papers over the post-quantum cryptography. It's worth a read if you are interested.

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We could also replace ECDSA and RSA with quantum resistant algorithms without having to move to DAG. Otherwise the entire codebase of some of these ecosystems would need to be rebuilt.

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I think this question always gets asked in crypto.Is crypto safe from quantum computing attacks? Is the current SHA-256 used in BTC capable of preventing quantum computing attacks? I will try to give a little bit of details here. The famous attack possible by quantum computers is, Storage attacks. It involve a malicious party attempting to steal cash by focusing on susceptible blockchain addresses, such as those where the wallet’s public key is visible on a public ledger. Four million Bitcoin, or 25% of all BTC, is vulnerable to an attack by a quantum computer due to owners using unhashed public keys or reusing BTC addresses. The quantum computer would have to be powerful enough to decipher the private key from the unhashed public address. If the private key is successfully deciphered, the malicious actor can steal a user’s funds straight from their wallets. However, experts anticipate that the computing power required to carry out these attacks would be millions of times more than the current quantum computers, which have less than 100 qubits. In order to protect themselves against these attacks, crypto users need to avoid reusing addresses or moving their funds into addresses where the public key has not been published. This sounds good in theory, but it can prove to be too tedious for everyday users.here is still a significant amount of work to be done with quantum computing before it can be considered a credible threat to blockchain technology. In addition, blockchain technology will most likely evolve to tackle the issue of quantum security by the time quantum computers are widely available. There are already projects like Iota that use directed acyclic graph (DAG) technology, which is considered quantum-resistant. TL;DR Current encryption SHA-256 is breakable by quantum computing in the next decade; But, we would have already moved towards DAG cryptography, which is quantum resiliant.

Mentions:#SHA#BTC#DAG

#IOTA Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the IOTA Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > IOTA is the most popular DAG coin and its designed with Internet of things in mind (IOTA - duh!) > > IOTA has no fees, its super fast and environment friendly - It uses much less energy than Bitcoin, Ethereum or Dogecoin > > Its the coin of the future when Internet of things becomes more popular > > But even now its a very good coin. And its build on DAG. DAG is a different version of blockchain. DAG helps IOTA offer fast and feeless transactions. IOTA has great scalability and it is lightwieght so even very small devices can communicate together > > ​ > > Sources: [https://medium.com/@markusgebhardt/iota-a-sustainable-cryptocurrency-a50a52018eaa](https://medium.com/@markusgebhardt/iota-a-sustainable-cryptocurrency-a50a52018eaa), [https://sashares.co.za/iota-review/#gs.o96a0m](https://sashares.co.za/iota-review/#gs.o96a0m) > > ​ > > Disclaimer: I have some IOTA ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4ya3/coin_inquiries_round_iota_proarguments_november/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_IOTA) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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* Relevant Cointest topics: [Nano](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_nano), [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag). * Official and related subreddits: r/IOTA, r/NanoCurrency, r/obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/z11k8g/iota_has_been_selected_as_one_of_3_finalists_for/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

Mentions:#DAG

I thought, maybe it happens if i visualize it 😁 ICON was once a top 20 coin, similar to Cosmos, working for the past years to develop ultimate cross chain bridge. So if they succeed, i have no doubt that they could reach new ATH. And Coti is L1 financial system built on DAG technology that is focusing their effort on enterprises and big companies.

Mentions:#ICON#DAG

If you criticize literally anything about the crypto space on this subreddit a hoard of mouth-breathing, pearl-clutching degenerates will tell you you are an uneducated FUDer. Hear me out. When I caught up on web3, DAOs, NFTs, protocols, improvements on proof-of-work I was fascinated by how far cryptocurrency had gotten from just Bitcoin. I sought out the interesting projects I could get behind and *found none.* If you bring any skepticism to any believer in the space they will try one of two things: they will try to text-wall you with random technical aspects of a particular project that they learned or they will proceed with cult-like rabid defense and assault your character. I have gone back and forth with people on this subreddit who tried to condescend to me about things like the Solana blockchain and how I was too stupid to understand the magic "DAG" technology like it's not a basic graph concept in Computer Science. I studied Economics and Computer Science and worked at a bank (I am now a mid-level software engineer at a Big Tech company) - I'm not an industry vet but I can recognize when someone only has a surface-level grasp of a technical or financial concept. Nobody can handwave me away with a surface-level discussion of technology or finance and claim I "don't understand." The reality is that the crypto "community" is full of poorly educated rubes who think that crypto is going to be their ticket to financial freedom and embrace it as a sort of capitalism counter-culture. Depending on when you're in and out you could have certainly made a huge return - just as you would if you redeemed from a ponzi scheme in time. *Lines going up does not validate crypto.* All of the warning signs have been there. Constant hacks, you had all of these governance protocols getting exploited with flash loans, algorithmic stablecoin failures. There is a lot of cool tech in the space that is being used to *sell unregistered securities and loan products to uneducated investors.* **There is a very large possibility that cryptocurrency as a whole is a massive speculative bubble that picked up steam with leverage, awareness, and great returns that could come crashing back down to earth when the lines on the charts stop going to the upper-right corner, leveraged traders dial their risk down or find VC funds are less interested, consumers are less tempted to throw their savings into an easy-to-install wallet, the Fed explores its own digital currency to capture blockchain benefits, and regulators crack down on crypto as a way to sidestep securities laws. You do not want to be holding this bag. It would simultaneously be the largest speculative asset bubble in history and the most obvious.** This is something that you will read and dismiss but you cannot say that "nobody" had an inkling that maybe the new lords of finance being 20-somethings running securities offerings from Discord servers with no regulatory oversight outside the country is a bad idea. We can say that *now* and it could still apply to remaining seemingly-solvent institutions and projects in crypto. Places like Coinbase (there is simply no market for a financial institution that can't lend customer deposits and only live off of transaction fees - in fact your average retail brokerage gave up trading fees already) and Binance are next.

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KASPA will be a project that will be on my favorites list for 2023, the Kaspa implementation includes a lot of cool features such as Reachability to query the DAG's topology, Block data pruning (with near-future plans for block header pruning), SPV proofs, and later subnetwork support which will make future implementation of layer 2 solutions much easier. Accumulating KAS now is a great strategy to make a good profit in the long term, in addition to being a great project, KAS is listed on MEXC which has been the safest CEX at the moment, take advantage of the opportunity that only the bear market gives us. Always DYOR.

IOTA is mainly based out of Germany and registered as a non-profit. Germany has overly restrictive laws about advertising, money fundraising, etc. While IOTA is a DLT, will be using nakamoto consensus on the heaviest DAG in the next upcoming network upgrade.

Mentions:#DLT#DAG

Id say you need to dyor of course. Find what projects you are interested in USING. Crypto only works when its used for a purpose. Bitcoin has become a better gold. Ethereum has brought about defi metaverse crypto gaming etc. Maybe you find a project that "just works" using a different "v3" crypto chain with faster blocktimes or cheaper transactions. Maybe its a DAG. My point is that if you find yourself enjoying the metaverse with decentraland then buy and use mana. If you want to invest in defi then maybe buy some eth and get on your favourite dapp. If you just want to hold then Bitcoin is the goto for just dca and hodling. It all comes down to what you want to get out of crypto.

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* Relevant Cointest topics: [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag), [IOTA](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_iota). * Relevant subreddits: r/NanoCurrency, r/IOTA, r/Obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/yunkl8/do_any_of_you_know_if_there_is_a_way_to_transfer/iwab0cj/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

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#Nano Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 2nd place in the Nano Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Nano, which has recently adjusted its ticker to XNO is a DAG based, fee-less blockchain. > > Some fun facts that do not have to do anything with being a pro-argument: > > * Nano has been 100% distributed using faucets. Some follow-up facts about the faucet can be found in this [post](https://www.reddit.com/r/nanocurrency/comments/h7fmge/the_nano_faucet_distribution_visualized_and/) > * Nano used to be called Raiblocks. [Rai stones](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rai_stones) were very large boulders used by the Yap inhabitants in Micronesia as a currency. The stones could not be physically moved but they changed ownership in exchange for goods. By mutual agreement the ownership of a stone was decided. > * The distribution of nano was supposedly 400 million. However after distributing 133 million the faucet failed and this amount was now the market cap. The [logo of nano](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/18/Nano_logo.png) reminds of this market cap as it consists of 1 dot, 3 dots, 3 dots. > > The big advantage of Nano is that it is fee-less. Every transaction on the blockchain is transferred for 0 XNO. Therefore the crypto is ideal for micro-payments, whereas for many blockchain these kind of transactions are very costly due to the transaction fee that is required for sending these amounts is greater than the micro payment. Therefore it is the ideal candidate for use for in-game purchases, paying for ad removal online or simply paying back that round of beers your friend got at the bar. > > Inherent at having zero fees is the issue that the people that secure the network do not get a financial incentive as there are no mining or staking rewards for validators. The idea for Nano is that running a node in the long term will save a validator costs instead of earning rewards. As the transactions are free the only cost for receiving transactions is running a validator node. With enough scale the saved costs of not having to pay VISA will outnumber the costs of running a node. > > With V23.0 having been released lately the Nano Development Foundation (which did receive any portion at the fair launch of XNO, contrary to many projects where the team receives up to 50% of all coins) has been focusing on both V24.0 which will provide a permanent solution for the spam attacks that the network endured early 2021 but also start a marketing campaign for the adoption of Nano. The team said that they will only start to market the product once they think it is (close to) finished. > > This marketing campaign has already provided several interesting results. First of all it has been adopted by 2miners. 2miners allows their participants to pay-out their mining rewards from mining ETH in nano, thereby by-passing the high ETH gas fees. > > Nex to that they have anounced a partnership with [FlowHub](https://twitter.com/nano/status/1460650892194160650). FlowHub is said to look into using Nano within their supply chains to save on expenditures. Also Kappture, which provides point of sale devices, has proofed to be interested in [nano](https://twitter.com/Kappture1/status/1473969560294416386). The in-game micropayments that I have mentioned before in this post are also currently investigated by [Poki](https://twitter.com/nano/status/1409509248971726860) a platform used by 30 million users. > > So all in all it seems like nano is finally being used for what it was meant to be and many more people are seeing it's strenghts. Now all nano needs is a Coinbase listing... ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4yi9/coin_inquiries_round_nano_proarguments_november/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Nano) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

* Relevant Cointest topics: [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag), [IOTA](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_iota). * Relevant subreddits: r/NanoCurrency, r/IOTA, r/Obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ytsl2q/ledger_nano_x_or_nano_s/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

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If metamask did something like this, which I was not aware of, the simplest choice would be use another wallet. WalletConnect basically makes this a plug and play solution. Regarding flashbots and MEV, literally this was one of the biggest topics being discussed this year. There are several solutions which people are working on implementing like proposer-builder separation (on Ethereum), Narwahl (DAG based consensus) etc.

Mentions:#MEV#DAG

It's a coin that I thankfully aped hard in July and single handedly saved my portfolio. It's the world's fastest PoW and is the ONLY PoW-based DAG that I know of. Currently running at 1 block per second, with a rewrite underway enabling 10-32+ BPS.

Mentions:#DAG#BPS

Both hyped DAG coins - IOTA and XNO. I don't know why the market perceives them as it does.

Mentions:#DAG#XNO

$DAG

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You guys ready for kaspa in the top 100? DAG-chain time.

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ADOGE on Arbitrum https://www.arbidoge.net/ Arbitrum Dogecoin, first meme coin on Arbitrum $1.5m mcap VELO on Optimism https://app.velodrome.finance/ Essentially a low-slip Curve style AMM POOL - PoolTogether https://pooltogether.com/ Open source pooled savings account/lottery with twice weekly draws HTR - HATHOR Network https://hathor.network/ DAG blockchain bitcoin merge mining, implementing Nano smart contracts

FTM’s still a good project. High TPS and a decent amount of DeFi projects on there. I never bothered buying it though, because it’s DAG - meaning that it has centralized and has security concerns as well. The rest, I agree. Although CKB is worth keeping an eye on eUTXO and POW. Essentially built with the tenants of BTC.

\*\*\* Hedera Hashgraph - HBAR \*\*\* https://kwontik.com/review\_hedera Public Permissioned, but on a path to permissionless PoS (Proof of Stake) ABFT (Asynchronous Byzantine Fault Tolerant) DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph) Open source 100% Carbon-negative 10,000 TPS (250,000+ TPS in testing within a single shard) Low-latency (3-5 seconds transaction finality) Low-fee ($0.0001) Leaderless architecture No blocks No miners No MEV (Maximal Extractable Value) risk No Forks No Freeze / Inflate / Burn option (HBAR) Immutable transactions DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack-resistant Sybil attack-resistant NIST (US National Institute of Standards and Technology) compliant SHA-3 384 bit, RSA 3072 bit, AES-GCM 256 bit, ECDH 384 bit, ECDSA (secp256k1) 384 bit, EdDSA (ed25519) 256 bit CNSA (Commercial National Security Algorithm) compliant - the US Top Secret information standard TLS (Transport Layer Security) 1.2 encrypted ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability) compliant ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) compliant EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) compatible Solidity smart contracts Native Staking (24-hour rewards, no lock-up period) Atomic swaps Coq proof Post-Quantum secure W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) member

Someone please say something good about $DAG!

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Well, I can tell you why I think IOTA (and their staging network - Shimmer) is really underappreciated right now: 1. It's one of the first projects that ever used a DAG for crypto. Now many new projects using DAG appear, which seems to validate that they had the right idea from the start AND they are ahead of most. IMHO they have the most advanced research focused on DAGs in the whole space (you can check it out here: [https://www.iota.org/foundation/research-papers](https://www.iota.org/foundation/research-papers) ) - so if you think (as I do), that DAG projects are superior, then you really don't want to omit IOTA. 2. Their new OTV consensus (that will get on the Shimmer staging network in a few months) is really impressive tech. Not only it removes the need for Coordinator (killing the long running criticism of IOTA), but it creates the first DAG with Nakamoto style consensus (the "longest chain" rule or as in this case the "heaviest branch"). This means IOTA will have unlimited number of validators, which will make it even more decentralized than Bitcoin (due to lack of mining and therefore mining pools), but at the same time it will achieve finality in 1-2 sec and have Solana-level (or higher) TPS, but using very low end hardware for nodes. On top of that feeless transactions and token/NFT minting and leading in low energy usage. TLDR: I don't know any project with a better / more future-proof L1. 3. Another thing that most people don't know is that IOTA is about to introduce smart contracts (first on Shimmer which should happen in the next few weeks). Why should anyone care? IOTA will do smart contracts on L2 blockchains connected to L1 DAG. This is a multi-chain system with horizontal scalability to a pretty ridiculous TPS numbers. I don't want to write too long, but there are very good reasons to think that this system will create the cheapest smart contracts in the whole space (advantage for both users AND ecosystem devs). 4. Still a lot of people think that IOTA is only about IoT - that's a big mistake. In fact IOTA is building an all-purpose crypto platform and they have multiple unique selling points (e.g. having a feeless L1) that will be very useful in all areas - DeFi, DEX, P2E/gaming, web3, metaverse. IOTA will be in all of these places. And yes, IOTA is still interested in IoT too, but think less fridges and toasters, but more smart cities and industrial IoT. 5. Because IOTA is not an entirely new project it already established it's whole organizational structure, created a big and very competent team AND they already survived one brutal bear market - you can't say any of these about very new projects. Seriously, people dismissing is as a "dino coin" or a "dead" project are talking nonsense and were obviously not following the project at all for at least 2-3 years.

Mentions:#DAG#DEX

Its obvious you don't know what a ponzi scam is. Please tll me your vision of our world once all bitcoin is mined? What will it do? Who will it help and how? Who will hold the most (the wealthy bc they already do)? Its a feudalist wet dream. Your bank isn't going anywhere and we have privacy rights in america. This isnt the CCP so chill out. Also explain how blockchain is better than Hashgraph or a DAG? Btc is just big money making the market go up and down till the little guy is broke, why would you want that?

Mentions:#CCP#DAG

There is this paper stuff called cash. Say a CBDC runs on a bockchain, ITS TRANSPARENT so you can also see what they are doing with your money. As of now they take it and use it to make yourself rich. Digital currency has always been the future and if you knew anything about the different forms of DLT you wouldn't be on that high horse. How many people lost money this year from crypto huh? At least we can eliminate identity theft and have transparency. Or you can keep holding bags of useless tokens that clever VC's tricked people into buying. Learn about hashgraph and DAG's and then tell me btc is better for the environment and won't continue to be manipulated by the wealthy until they fleece every retail investor.

Mentions:#ITS#DLT#DAG

Not a DAG holder at the moment. I don't really understand it. Can they really wrap Bitcoin and other networks without using wrapped tokens?

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APT isn’t made enough impression at all about their consensus in the WP. But I watched their live stream— is another story. At this stage of the game — the Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) on top of PoS/PoW is more interesting story than PoS alone. So I don’t touch any of APT!

Mentions:#APT#DAG

Proof of stake *is* a piece of shit though. I think the ideal would be as efficient of PoW as possible. Like no orphaned blocks. A PoW DAG would be great.

Mentions:#DAG

A DAG is not a blockchain. It’s a directed acyclical graph. A database is not a blockchain. All three are data structures but they are not the same.

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Correct, the consensus algorithm is hashgraph and it is a DAG (directed acyclic graph). I'm still learning. From what I've read, this algorithm is ABFT (asynchronous byzantine fault tolerance). Which means that even if malicious actors were in control of the network and delete or slowdown messages, consensus can still be reached as long as 2/3 are adhering to the protocol (33% attack). It is also ACID (atomicity, consistency, isolation, durability) compliant which is a database term. It is DDoS attack resistant. Hedera currently uses the CNSA standard of 256 bit AES keys for encryption, which is what the US government uses to protect top secret information. If Hedera has an issue with quantum computing, Hedera would be the last thing I would be worried about. All that info is in the link posted by op. There are videos of Leemon explaining why the supply was bumped from 50m to 50b. I would have to refresh my memory. The denominations range from a gigabar which is 1b HBAR, to a tiny bar which is 100,000,000 tb = 1 HBAR. I recall hearing about microtransactions and transaction fees, but I'll do some reading. With regards to an investment point of view, it really doesn't make a difference. If it were 50m HBAR, the MC would still be the same,l. You may hold 1000x more HBAR, but it would still be worth the same in fiat. I don't post often, and I know Hedera has a reputation on this board. I would highly recommend anyone reading this to put their biased opinion aside and do some reading about it. I know we like to read things like Hedera is centralized, and parrot it. Hedera has been working with the start with regulators. Leemon and Mance have stated many times their intention is to build a 100 year company. With regards to governance, they are following visas exact strategy when it started. Whether you agree with this or not, it is a fascinating and intelligent strategy. These aren't all corporations. They are different entities, with different backrounds, on different continents. Hedera is on the path to decentralization. This is a permissionless ledger that will eventually allow permissionless anonymous nodes. I don't shill, but I love DLTs and am fascinated with hashgraph. I don't have all the answers, and highly encourage anyone to do some reading if this piqued their interest. They also have tons of videos on YouTube, tons of information on their site, and all their papers are available on their site (whitepaper, tokenization, Hedera consensus service, understanding decentralization on Hedera, data privacy compliance, architecting for privacy and data protection, hashgraph protocol, HBAR economics). I am still making my way through it all. Remember, DYOR! My research may be completely wrong and I may be out to lunch. I don't hold all my eggs in one basket. Sorry for the lengthy (shilly) post lol.

What's a coin with the smallest MC you own? Excluding moons. Mine is DAG

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QNT and DAG. I think these might be interesting ones

Mentions:#QNT#DAG

I invested in multiple projects that stayed alive during this bear market. Each one of these projects give me 3-10% return per month but also allow me to withdraw my capital when i need to. Some of them work better than others but I've forced myself to split my savings between them so i won't lose it all if one dies with my money in it. Still continuing to buy crypto on every paycheck i get. Currently, 91% of my capital is in crypto, with 70% (of that 91%) being on Ethereum. I plan to focus less on Ethereum in the coming months once again to spread my capital between multiple projects to shield me from one crypto crashing. I'm thinking about spreading to these: ADA BTC DAG FLUX And i will avoid stablecoins at all costs, no matter how much they are backed. Other than me not naming the projects I'm invested in, that's basically all my plans in detail. Oh yeah, also thinking of getting a new job so i can have more money to put in crypto as I'm definitely underpaid (but have a very chill job) currently.

Aleph Zero and DAG sound promising to me. Both are out of the top 100.

Mentions:#DAG
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* Relevant Cointest topics: [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag), [IOTA](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_iota). * Relevant subreddits: r/NanoCurrency, r/IOTA, r/Obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/xslil6/the_real_flippening_the_amount_of_money_on_the/iql67yr/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

Mentions:#DAG
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#IOTA Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the IOTA Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > IOTA is the most popular DAG coin and its designed with Internet of things in mind (IOTA - duh!) > > IOTA has no fees, its super fast and environment friendly - It uses much less energy than Bitcoin, Ethereum or Dogecoin > > Its the coin of the future when Internet of things becomes more popular > > But even now its a very good coin. And its build on DAG. DAG is a different version of blockchain. DAG helps IOTA offer fast and feeless transactions. IOTA has great scalability and it is lightwieght so even very small devices can communicate together > > ​ > > Sources: [https://medium.com/@markusgebhardt/iota-a-sustainable-cryptocurrency-a50a52018eaa](https://medium.com/@markusgebhardt/iota-a-sustainable-cryptocurrency-a50a52018eaa), [https://sashares.co.za/iota-review/#gs.o96a0m](https://sashares.co.za/iota-review/#gs.o96a0m) > > ​ > > Disclaimer: I have some IOTA ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/qk4ya3/coin_inquiries_round_iota_proarguments_november/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_IOTA) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#DAG
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* Relevant Cointest topics: [Nano](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_nano), [DAG](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_dag). * Official and related subreddits: r/IOTA, r/NanoCurrency, r/obyte. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/xpoqb4/iota_shimmer_launch_party/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

Mentions:#DAG
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PoW was a first try and one that doesn’t scale, PoS is an improvement, DAG is the end goal

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Yes DAG is going to be part of it, the block lettuce has potential too

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Yeah, please let me know when you've done some research man. Just looking at price alone doesn't mean shit. You're also looking at the entire price history of a fledgling project, not uncommon at all given market cap. I thought this was about DAG, not just a cursory glance at prices.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

If you like DAG, look into Kaspa. Super early days, but very promising tech. Essentially instantaneous, nearly free, and decentralized. Not tryna be a hype man, but I've been following for a few months, very excited for it.

Mentions:#DAG
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Constellation has an SBIR grant from the DOD. The DOD is not using them and the SBIR process is not procurement. It is a pilot to inform the procurement for JADC2. If anyone tells you differently, they are lying to you. Hedera is more secure than both—aBFT consensus on state of ledger and ordering of transactions within. Hedera the network also uses 256-bit encryption. IOTA and DAG use 128–not defense-grade.

Mentions:#DOD#DAG
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

HBAR > IOTA > DAG Congrats on choosing the worst one. Hedera has a very creative approach to decentralization that you have to think for yourself to understand. IOTA is working to become leaderless, which Hedera already is. DAG is a less secure, less performant, less efficient DAG than Hedera. Proof of Reputable Observation is almost the same as Hashgraph consensus but it does not provide total ordering and requires more data overhead.

Mentions:#HBAR#DAG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You are correct, Hedera(Hbar) is a completely different dlt and has nothing to do with Cardano( at least for now or that I know of) Also ,wanted to add that it's Hashgraph not a blockhain. Blockhain is a DLT(Distributed Ledger Technology) but not all DLT's are a blockhain( there are also DAG's,Hashgraph and even hybrid ones 😅)

Mentions:#DLT#DAG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It was previously but after many discussions it seems like Hedera and Constellation DAG are better . Iota I was really into during the 2017 era but since they haven’t seemingly done too much apart from a partnership with Dell I think it was. Feel feee convince me otherwise if you disagree :)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

PoW isn’t but PoS might be, a pure DAG is the best solution if it was be achieved

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I see you have given the example of Nano. As we know Nano is DAG, even though I prefer Dag over pow anyday, but it's still not the best option. DAG is not universal broadcast network, also it is volunteer based network and every volunteer based network will die under its own weight there is no hiding from this fact.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Constellation DAG seems to focus on identity and internet security with some strong partnerships. Apart from Hedera there doesnt seem to be much better projects in the DAG space which serves an important purpose. Hedera i do agree has its centralisation worries and I dont like the founders much but they seem to be progressing alot! In the end of the day I know crypto is all about decentralisation but surely there will be some projects that will need to be centralised in order to serve its purpose to changing how the world works? The graph is a good example. Solana on the other hand is on my naughty list. Im watching to see how it develops but right now i really dont like how big a set-up is required to run a node - This will undoubtedly cause centralisation issues in the future if it hasnt already and the downtime, yeah thats a big negative. Ve-chain is an interesting point, it feels though that their partnerships so far have barely scratched the surface as their potential the data and logistics space is huge. Any projects you feel nullify or do better than ve-chain?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wait to they hear about the next step… a pure DAG

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Their DAG seems garbo, since it has fees in it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I mean, what makes DAG special out of nowhere... Many chains use DAG. It's not special and many people think it's actually not better because you cut on decentralization and it doesn't scale that well.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think the theme of the next bull market will likely be Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) networks. Here are some things to pay attention to within the DAG space: * Shimmer network goes live later this month, laying the groundwork for a fully decentralised IOTA. * Aleph Zero has opened its incentivised testnet to all external validators. * Aptos will shortly be launching the final phase of its incentivised testnet prior to mainnet launch. * Sui should have now launched the first wave of its incentivised testnet to users, although I'm having difficulty finding information on this.

Mentions:#DAG
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

DAG

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DAG refers to the architecture of the decentralised network, it's an alternative structure to Blockchain Think they can be PoW or PoS

Mentions:#DAG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DAG (nano, banano, MIOTA etc.) are neither PoW or PoS, but this is just general attack on crypto at this point.

Mentions:#DAG#MIOTA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

And Banano and other cryptocurrencies with DAG technology.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DAG is the future for DLT use cases, shimmer release soon!

Mentions:#DAG#DLT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don't forget your DAG cryptos like Nano, Banano and VITE. Fast and feeless.

Mentions:#DAG#VITE
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I don’t like that it’s DAG also, because that brings centralized features as well. SYS, on the other hand, has a z-DAG which makes it decentralized.

Mentions:#DAG#SYS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I currently hold BTC, ETH, ADA, XMR, QNT, & XRP. I’m intrigued by ALGO, FTM, & ERG. BTC & ETH are locks for me. XMR is probably a lock too. I like that ADA & XRP have survived prior bear markets. QNT is a good store of value. I like the upside of ALGO, FTM, & ERG. My concern with FTM is that it might centralized due to DAG. ALGO May have poor tokenomics.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I dislike that FTM is a DAG. It makes it more scalable, but more centralized. BNB is centralized too. MATIC seems solid though.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Kaspa. It's the fastest PoW network in the world as far as block rate (1 per second), and the only PoW DAG that I know of. Hashrate has 10x'd in a couple of months. Bullish I think. They're re-implementing it in the Rust language, where they are going to be running a minimum of 10 blocks per second. This I think would make it faster than even any proof of stake network, but using a generalized version of Nakamoto consensus called GHOSTDAG which was designed by Yonatan Sompolinsky, who was referenced by Vitalik in the Eth whitepaper for this work. Trying to solve the trilemma. Can probably be compared with Kadena, but they are going about it in a less complicated and more sensical way IMO. Kadena's 20 parallel chains is just kinda weird and seems unnecessary.

Mentions:#DAG#IMO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DAG Constellation

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Cool new DAG project I got into a couple months ago. Early though, need a high risk appetite ($50m-ish cap) but it's the fastest PoW network in the world as far as block rate, and the only PoW DAG that I