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Author Topic: THE END OF ETHEREUM or ? Which will be much better: Waves or TRON or METAHASH  (Read 199 times)
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January 29, 2019, 03:48:43 AM
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There is no problem with ethereum. It will be more bigger when it will come with PoS. Other than this, you can invest in TRON. I like it's creative platform, features and it is also low priced than the ATH. In bullrun, it can again reach the ATH.




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January 29, 2019, 04:11:09 AM
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I believe that the ethereum will recover after FORK. You're right about Ethereum's structural problems. However, team work to solve it. TRON or EOS may appear as an alternative as you specify if the ethereum runs out. However, the EOS wallet structure is not useful and TRON is now one step ahead.

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January 29, 2019, 07:41:23 AM
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it is not impossible for ethereum to switch to PoS or any other algorithms but nothing is going to solve its problems including scaling, in other words it has a lot more problems than just scaling that needs solving and some of them can't even be solved for example like the fact that it is not immutable and a non-immutable blockchain is worse than shit.
unfortunately other alternative platforms aren't good enough otherwise they would have replaced ETH a long time ago. but they have less problems for example some of them are actually decentralized so unlike ETH they have a big advantage.

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