Zilliqa is a public, permissionless blockchain that is designed to offer high throughput with the ability to complete thousands of transactions per second. It seeks to solve the issue of blockchain scalability and speed by employing sharding as a second-layer scaling solution. The platform is home to many decentralized applications, and as of October 2020, it also allows for staking and yield farming.
Development work officially started on Zilliqa in June 2017, and its testnet went live in March 2018. A little over a year later, in June 2019, the platform launched its mainnet.The native utility token of Zilliqa, ZIL, is used to process transactions on the network and execute smart contracts.
Built to Scale - blockchain with a clean-slate design to scale by orders of magnitude. Data-Flow Smart Contracts - smart contract paradigm designed with high parallelism, atomic commits and user-defined security budget. Quantifiable Security - blockchain protocols with strong probabilistic security guarantees.
Attention. There is a risk that unverified members are not actually members of the team
We note the following general strengths of Zilliqa project:
Key project risks at this stage include:
Competition - The project has strong competitors based on their progress and market position, however, we note that Zilliqa has several competitive advantages in terms of performance and security as compared to its rivals. We also note that competitors do not have actual roadmaps publicly available, so it remains unclear when they are planning to add additional features in the future.
Development risks - The project’s roadmap and the actual performance of the team during the first five months of 2018 show that the planned development pipeline is justified and achievable. However, key release dates are still in the future and the risk that unexpected problems with security/performance may occur by then remains.
Roadmap is not comprehensive - We note that current project’s roadmap does not have business development milestones and does not cover the period after dApps release in Q4 2018, whereas vesting for the team will continue for 2 more years (2019 and 2020). It is currently unclear what the team targets are in the forthcoming years.
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