Looking at the first generation of blockchains is a bit like looking back at the early days of the internet. Inefficient structures, energy-intensive processes, and non-scalable infrastructures limit the use cases to certain fields of application. But just like the internet, blockchain is evolving. A new generation is arising boosting blockchain into the sky. Find out more about how to scale a blockchain in BCO#9 w/ Amrit Kumar, President of Zilliqa.

Scalability in Blockchain w/ Zilliqa

The Next Generation of Blockchain

While the development of ETH 2.0 and the switch to PoS promises a reasonable higher performance of the Ethereum network many projects are already ahead. With a growing number of high-performance blockchains, the future of blockchain lays not in the future anymore. Projects like Cardano, PolkaDot, Near, and many more establish new standards of scalability and performance. But want are the implications of those developments for the blockchain space? Will it bring blockchain closer to mass adoption? And what are the technical differences between the projects?

Zilliqa – The High-Performance Blockchain

To answer those questions we invite Dr. Amrit Kumar, President of Zilliqa to speak at our next BLOCKCHANCE Online LIVE show. Zilliqa is a public high-performance blockchain platform for enterprises and applications, which addresses limitations in scalability and security.  We want to find out how eco-friendly dual mining works, why Zilliqa uses a custom programming language for smart contracts, and how sharding is implemented in Zilliqa. Amrit will also compare the structure of Zilliqa to other next-generation blockchains like Cardano, PolkaDot, and Near. 

Join the Show About Scalability in Blockchain w/ Zilliqa

Do you want to find out how to scale a blockchain? Then join the show on April 14, 2021, starting at 5 pm (CEST) / 3 pm (UTC). We will stream live on YouTube. Be part of the discussion by sending us your questions via Telegram or in the live chat. Notice the show by adding it to your calendar.