eToroX to List Elrond (EGLD) Token: Deepening Liquidity for Platform

Institutional grade token exchange eToroX will list Elrond’s eGLD token later this month, with the token going live for trade on December 23, 2020. eGLD will be traded with the largest tokens on the planet via the eToroX exchange, which will likely allow Elrond to continue its platform’s expansion.

Elrond is addressing some of the most important challenges in the crypto world. Its blockchain is able to achieve a transaction rate of 15,000 per second, and the blockchain has been demonstrated a transactions per second (TPS) rate of above 250,000 in public trials.

To put this in perspective, the Bitcoin blockchain can handle around seven TPS, and the current version of Ethereum is able to do 15 TPS. Needless to say, these transaction rates are far too slow, which is why Ethereum is currently working on a new Proof-of-Stake (PoS) based architecture in its ETH 2.0 development program.

Elrond is Fast – and Building a Solid Ecosystem

Elrond uses Secure Proof of Stake (PoS) and an Adaptive State Sharding mechanism to creates the kind of TPS rates that make it a stand-out platform for retail-level decentralized transactions. In fact, these two technologies are at the core of the ETH 2.0 development program, which is years away from yielding anything that can be used by the general public.

The CEO & Founder of Elrond Network, Beniamin Mincu, commented,

“In its 10 years of existence Bitcoin has proven that cryptocurrencies are secure and can serve an important purpose in the internet economy. Elrond opens up a new frontier offering internet-scale blockchain performance, and an intuitive application called Maiar, through which we aim to bring the next billion people to the blockchain space.”

Maiar was introduced to the public earlier in 2020 and is scheduled to go live by the end of January 2021. It is a wallet and payment app that could be compared to a platform like Google Pay, PayPal, or Venmo, although it offers some clear advantages over these centralized platforms.

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