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30300244 No.30300244 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

This is how a project should be structured.

The focus should be on THIS and not on shitty scam projects like ADA.

>> No.30300599

>>30300244
Cope

>> No.30301430

I mean, seems like a good structure but... Needs more improvement ngl

>> No.30301991

ada is literally the same smoothbrain, without the rushed development and double spend of avax.

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>inb4 double mint
>inb4 double spend
>inb4 turkroach

Emin Gün Sirer:

>Cornell Prof has been in crypto since BEFORE Bitcoin.
>Is Number 2 in Cornells IC3 (Ari Juels is Number 1)
>H-index of 46 (Juels' H-index is 83), nobody in crypto comes close to these two giga-brains (Vitalik has an H-index of 27)
>Emin recognised the importance of Chainlink from early on and has been in close association with the flannel fat man.
>Emin was the first to spot the ETH Dao Hack vulnerability.
>Vitalik endorses Emin and they're exploring "Athereum" a Subnet on Avalanche to solve what ETH 2.0 can't do
>https://athereum.avax.network/

Avalanche protocol:

>The third consensus breakthrough after Nakamoto's Proof of Work and Classical, most scalable Classical Protocol right now is HotStuff used by Facebook - it's inventor Ted Yin is the chief protocol architect of Ava Labs.
>Avalanche is a completely new family of Consensus Protocols, look up Team Rocket
>4500+ REAL TPS sub 2-second finality.
>Highly decentralised, running a Node is cake and hardware requirements are low, anyone can do it.
>Consensus is reached by probabilistic sampling thousands of independent nodes over multiple rounds
>Resist 51% attack (need 80% network control to take over)
>Full EVM support
>All Ethereum smart contract and infrastructure can work on AVAX out of the box which means slow ass DeFi running on ETH will switch to AVAX to speed it all up.
>AVAX nodes will validate ATH (Athereum) which makes running a node incredibly profitable.

Subnets:

>Entirely fresh scalability concept - fully independent networks can be launched on Avalanche, with near infinite customisation. Athereum is a good example of this.
>Big picture - In less than a year, the best parts of the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem can be mirrored on Avalanche. Giving it all the TPS, scalability, decentralisation, speed, and interoperability of the entire ecosystem.
>Avalanche is just 6months old

>Still trades under $30

>> No.30303249

>>30300244
This one of many reason i prefer AVAX, say yes to the decentralized

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>>30300244
nice edit but I like the original

>> No.30303438

I only own 800 stacks and it's near impossible to get more as a burger. What should I do?

I know AVAX is going to take off but I feel like I haven't accumulated enough

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