Bank of America Claims Crypto Solana “Could Become a Visa for Digital Asset Ecosystem”
13 ene 2022 13:50 GMT
Solana offers its customers low transaction fees, ease of use, and scalability compared to other cryptocurrencies, according to a crypto asset specialist.
Crypto asset strategist and analyst at Bank of America Kish Shah claimed This Tuesday that cryptocurrency Solana (SOL) “could be… become Visa of the digital asset ecosystem”, compared to the popular credit card system.
In its report to its clients, the expert noted that Solana has more than 400 applications on its network, which range from peer-to-peer exchanges to NFT marketplaces.
In addition to comparing this digital currency to the largest credit card network in the world, Shah noted that in return, Ethereum The “blockchain” will become “for high-value transactions, identity, storage, and supply chain use cases.”
“Solana prioritizes scalabilityBut the decentralized and relatively secure blockchain has its advantages and disadvantages, as evidenced by various network performance issues from the very beginning, “call the expert.”Ethereum prioritizes decentralization and securityBut at the expense of scalability, which has led to periods of network congestion and transaction fees that are sometimes higher than the value of the transaction being sent.”
According to the gate DecodeIn theory, Visa is able to perform at least 24,000 transactions per second (TPS), but on average it reaches about 1,700 transactions, Etherum is at about 15 TPS, while Solana, according to its own conclusions, is able to reach the maximum 65,000 tons per second.
Similarly, Solana stands out for settling more than 50,000 million transactions since its launch, holds over $11,000 million in total insured value and houses more than 5.7 million non-fungible “NFT” (NFT) “tokens.”
Shah also highlighted that Solana offers its customers low transaction fees, ease of use, and scalability compared to other cryptocurrencies. Its ability to provide high performance, low cost, and ease of use creates a “blockchain” optimized for consumer use cases such as Micropayments, DeFi, NFT, Decentralized Networks (Web3) and Games’ concluded the expert.
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