Libra Starts the End of Public Chains

In my previous article (So Many Public Chains, So Few Dapps), I pointed it out that too many public chains was one of the reasons that there were so few Dapps. App developers really do not want to develop their apps for so many blockchains. The over supply of blockchains is actually hindering the adoption of blockchain technology. The Libra blockchain provides an opportunity to solve this problem. Libra is composed of three parts, Libra stablecoin, Libra blockchain, and Libra Association. Currently, most attentions have been focused on Libra stablecoin. But, in my opinion, Libra stablecoin is just a Troy horse. The real threat hidden in Libra is Libra blockchain. According Libra whitepaper, Libra provides a simple financial market infrastructure. But Libra blockchain does not only...

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How to Build a Stablecoin To Compete with Libra?

In my Libra project analysis report (A Business Analysis of the Libra Project), I pointed out that there is still a very good opportunity to develop a new stablecoin that competes with Libra. The Libra project is definitely not the end of the stablecoin project, but a milestone in this process. More stablecoin projects will appear to provide more stablecoin products for the market. In terms of the mechanism for generating stablecoins, other stablecoin products can be substantially different from Libra. In terms of application scenarios of stablecoin, a more suitable application scenario can also be adopted. In view of the fact that stablecoin is still at a very early stage and all the risks of the Libra project, other stablecoin products still have a very high probability of success. ...

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