Let’s Take a Look at Some of the Upcoming Crypto Offerings That Everyone’s Buzzing About
The crypto world is full of projects that are never able to live up to the initial hype surrounding them. Not only that, people also need to start realizing that a successful mainnet launch does not simply mean that a project is punctual with its release date, instead, success should be derived from whether or not a project is able to truly turn its envisioned idea into reality.
Upcoming Crypto Offerings
So without much ado, lets look at some of the upcoming mainnet launches that everyone seems to be psyched about:
(i) Enigma Discovery
Simply put, Enigma (ENG) is a privacy layer that can store data in a highly secure manner — primarily by splitting up the information into smaller pieces and storing it within different network nodes. If that wasn't enough, the network is also highly scalable, thereby giving it a distinct edge over its contemporaries.
The launch of Enigma Discovery is scheduled to take place sometime next month (however, an exact date is still unknown).
(ii) QLC Chain Mainnet
Formerly known all over the world as Qlink, QLC is a decentralized telecom network that has been devised on top of the NEO blockchain. According to the project’s core dev team, it makes use of a technology called NaaS (Network-as-a-Service) that can help provide customers with better network coverage at highly reduced operational costs. If that wasn't enough, the platform also incentivises the sharing of one’s unused mobile data with others
As per a recent press release, the mainnet launch is scheduled to take place at 14:00 GMT this coming Sunday. During the launch ceremony, QLC will also be releasing a SMS settlements system that will “allow businesses to send verification code texts directly to their customers without the need of any intermediary service providers”.
(iii) aelf Mainnet
In its most basic sense, we can think of aelf (ELF) as being a scalable blockchain platform that has been devised primarily for facilitating everyday business operations for companies. Since the launch of the platform’s testnet back in 2018, the dev team has been working overtime to iron out any remaining bugs or faults within the network.
If successful, it is being said that the aelf ecosystem will be able to process a total of 15k transactions per second— thanks to the use of cluster nodes.
The project is scheduled to go live on the 31st of March (at 09:00 GMT).
(iv) DigixDAO Governance Platform:
Many of our readers might already know that Digix is a platform that comes backed by a gold-based stablecoin (DGX). Additionally, the platform’s DigixDAO (DGD) token has been devised in a way such that it is able to provide owners with voting rights within the network.
Last but not least, it should be mentioned that the governance platform has been built atop the Ethereum blockchain and is scheduled to go live on the 30th of March (06:30 GMT).