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EOS vs IOTA: Which Project To Support?

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No matter how experienced crypto investors are, they always have to tackle the same issue  — whether they are a novice or a professional. The problem, of course, is which coin to invest their money into.

Despite the fact that 2018 has been almost constantly bearish, and that numerous cryptocurrencies have suffered great losses, a lot of them managed to achieve great things. This has brought them to the attention to investors, which is why comparing such coins has become increasingly popular. One such comparison is EOS vs IOTA, which is what we will explore today.

But first — let’s take a look at each of these coins, and see what is it that they have to offer.

EOS

EOS is among the largest crypto projects in the entire industry. It holds the 5th place on CoinMarketCap’s list of largest cryptocurrencies per market cap and has a price of $5.70 per coin. EOS also claims to have the most robust blockchain worldwide. It is a decentralized project that is dedicated to the creation of dApps.

Its network is highly scalable, and the project has gained a lot of popularity this year due to the launch of its MainNet.

Due to its dedication to dApp creation, EOS is often compared to Ethereum. Many believe that this project has a potential to even replace Ethereum. Whether or not this can actually happen is something that we will have to wait and see. However, a lot of experts remain optimistic. Apart from that, EOS remains a coin that offers up to 3,000 transactions per second, which makes it one of the fastest ones around.

IOTA (MIOTA)

Next, we have IOTA. This is a platform dedicated to combining the blockchain technology and Internet of Things. Its goal is to create a new, permissionless ecosystem, where everything will be connected into a single large network. Because of this, many analysts believe that IOTA might be the project that will bring the internet to a next level.

IOTA also seeks to redefine things like value, trust, as well as ownership. According to IOTA Foundation, data can only ever be as valuable as it is valid, which is why IOTA is trying hard to increase transparency, and ensure the truth. Its platform was designed to have zero-fee transactions which would happen in real time.

IOTA is a massive project with a lot of support from its community, but also from some of the largest carmaking companies in the world. Its products are especially interesting to carmakers since they can be used for updating data without the need to do it manually.

The coin is currently ranked as 11th on CoinMarketCap, with a price of $0.562404 per coin.

EOS vs IOTA

Both EOS and IOTA have extremely large importance in the modern crypto world, IOTA’s reach goes even beyond, with the project having a lot of significant use cases in the real world. By connecting IoT devices into a single large network, IOTA and its project Tangle may completely change the way we interact with the world, and devices around us.

EOS also has a significant impact on the future thanks to its ability to allow dApp creation. As blockchain technology and decentralization slowly conquer the market, dApps are becoming more and more popular. There are those who believe that dApps will eventually dominate over regular apps, which will significantly affect things like privacy, information sharing, and alike.

All in all, EOS vs IOTA debate doesn’t really have a clear answer, as both projects are massive and important in their own way. Even so, almost all experts agree on the fact that neither of these projects will quietly disappear since they are both needed in order for us to advance to the next level.

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Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Global Coin Report and/or its affiliates, employees, writers, and subcontractors are cryptocurrency investors and from time to time may or may not have holdings in some of the coins or tokens they cover. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency and read our full disclaimer.

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Is Ethereum Still Searching For Its Bottom?

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The crypto space has mostly been seeing drops in value during the last 30 days, and it was clear that the bear market of 2018 still has enough energy to cause further damage in this year as well. Most coins occasionally felt a slight growth, although it was not big enough to spark a real rally and shake off the bears.

When it comes to Ethereum, the coin has been dropping continuously since January 10th. ETH experienced high volatility ever since it broke down a $180 support on November 14th, 2018. A small rally starting on December 15th started taking ETH back up, although the highest it managed to reach since then was $159.58 on January 6th, 2019. Since then, the coin’s price entered another free fall, although it never dropped below $100 since then.

The coin seemingly found some stability in the final days of January, when it was trading at around $119, although another drop followed in the first days of February, and Ethereum nearly dropped to $100 on February 6th.

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However, February 8th brought a new surge which affected the entire crypto market, bringing the coin’s price back to $144.15, which is its price according to TradingView at the time of writing. The new surge exceeded 11% in the…

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Last Week’s Top 3 Most Significant Crypto Events

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The crypto space never sleeps, and there is always something going on. Every day, there is some interesting event worth mentioning, some of which may even have significant consequences on the entire crypto space. With that in mind, here are the top three crypto events related to the crypto space that occurred in the previous week, and which may have impacted the world of digital currencies in one way or another.

1) A crypto Whale moves a large portion of XRP

Many have probably already heard the term “Crypto Whale,” as it is quite common to find discussions mentioning them and their activities. The term is a name used for coin holders which tend to buy, sell, or move massive amounts of digital currencies. These are usually professional investors with large funding who can impact the crypto market in any way they please, and make the prices rise or fall depending on their calculated business decisions.

They are called Whales because of the large amounts they move, which usually have a pretty big impact on the market. And, since they are so influential, there are many in the crypto space that have made it their mission to follow the activities of known Whales, and base their business decisions regarding the Whales’ movement.

One example is the Twitter account known as Whale Alert, which has around 50,000 followers. This…

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TRON Ecosystem New Addition — CryptoDungeons

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According to the recent Medium post published by TRON Arcade, a blockchain-based RPG called CryptoDungeons is to become the latest hit on the TRON blockchain.

The announcement was published on February 8th, and it states that the CryptoDungeons TRON game is still in development. However, the team is preparing to announce a presale soon, meaning that the official launch is not far away.

About CryptoDungeons

CryptoDungeons was originally developed to be a part of Ethereum’s network. However, the team has decided to bring it to TRON instead. Soon enough, the fans of the game will be able to experience its story, universe, and characters on TRON blockchain.

The game is centered around Heroes who can be bought and used for exploring dungeons, crafting various items, gathering food, and alike. The game also offers five races for players to choose from — Humans, Elves Dwarves, Orcs, and Angels. Additionally, there will also be four classes, including Warriors, Mages, Rogues, and Priests. Each class will have its own unique abilities, with the Warrior class being presented as an example. The abilities that this class features include Strike, Heavy Strike, Shield Wall, Shield Slam,…

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