Amid the growth of cryptocurrencies, several new tokens seek to develop blockchain technologies to facilitate both developers’ interactions, with the protocols and provide users with more possibilities. We will examine some of these new features by looking at Sanzooz Finance (SZFT), Avalanche (AVAX), and Cardano (ADA).
Sanzooz Finance (SZFT) – Integrating smart financial tools into the blockchain
The Sanzooz Finance (SZFT) protocol is an Ethereum-based system for issuing collateralised assets. SZFT will be used as the medium of exchange on this network, and when locked up in contracts it can create new types of ‘artificial’ money, that have real value as they’re backed by real assets.
The revolutionary SZFT project seeks to make cryptocurrency trading more accessible for everyone. The first step in this process was developing and making available artificial fiat currencies on their platform. This will facilitate the process of rewarding holders with fees based on how much holders contribute to the network’s growth.
The Sanzooz Finance (SZFT) project also aims to decentralise decision-making power and empower its community by creating a protocol where each member has an opportunity for input.
The governance will be governed through multiple sub DAOs with specific operational areas, which means that ultimately everyone in the network can play their part.
The Sanzooz Exchange will also provide the community with many benefits, such as not having to worry about being marginalised due to either the centralised nature of the exchanger or the decision-making process.
Trades will be executed directly against the contract, also known as P2C (peer-to-contract).
Avalanche (AVAX) – A cleverer way to operate smart contracts
Avalanche (AVAX) is a revolutionary way to run, and programme decentralised applications.
The platform offers hosting services, which are powered by smart contracts. These apps can be programmed with easy-to-use software, that facilitates interaction with the blockchain and ultimately creates thousands of opportunities for users.
The AVAX token acts as the fuel that powers all of the blockchain’s features. It is an open-source and flexible token that, thanks to having its dedicated blockchain, allows smooth interactions between all the Avalanche protocols.
AVAX is also a multi-chain technology, which ensures low transaction costs and high security.
This means it can be used on many blockchains without losing any of its valuable properties such as scalability or affordability.
Cardano (ADA) – Cutting-edge blockchain technology
The third generation of blockchain technologies is coming to change the game. Cardano (ADA), with a market cap of around $17 billion and ranked 8th in the top 50 cryptocurrencies lists, according to data from CoinMarketCap, can be seen as one such example.
Cardano’s DAO (decentralised autonomous organisation), the CardDAO, has been designed from scratch by its founders, who are also academics, to have features that would make it stand apart while remaining decentralised like Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH).
This means that no single person makes decisions on behalf of everyone else using this system.
The Cardano blockchain uses a different mechanism than many others, which is considered more environmentally friendly.
Its proof-of-stake system consumes less energy and doesn’t require as much processing power from participants for it to be successful.
With the rapid growth of cryptos and their democratisation, tokens that will incorporate new technologies into their protocols are standing out. Sanzooz Finance (SZFT), Avalanche (AVAX), and Cardano (ADA) are without a doubt showing some ground-breaking mechanisms to their workings, in turn predicting certain long-term viability.
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