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Crypto Lists finds that many individuals in the crypto space do not know enough about what is behind cryptocurrencies, so the company is listing a comparison of 50 different blockchains. All independent blockchain reviews shown are either layer one or level two, with the native coins shown in the review together with other alternative coins or tokens.
The blockchain comparison considers the transfer costs of the blockchain, the average transaction speed, the buzz, daily turnover, the reputation, popularity, and the developers behind. All networks in the comparison also have their own short news flash section, together with an overview of all tokens on the blockchain in question. Information such as the official website, social media channels, blockchain explorers and other important facts are shown in every blockchain review. To quickly get an understanding, there are at least three screenshots and a clear list of advantages and disadvantages. The blockchain consensus types are also shown for all networks.
CryptoLists.com continues with a section where visitors can view frequently asked questions or send in their own query. The blockchain section at Crypto Lists clarify many technical but also basic questions that are related to the ecosystems behind cryptocurrencies.
“The goal with Crypto Lists blockchain section is to educate people about major networks and the recent news and challenges the industry is facing”, says Markus Jalmerot, co-founder of Crypto Lists Ltd. He continues: “Prior to year-end, there will hopefully be around seventy-five reviews of important blockchains”.
For frequent news about the latest networks, the fastest growing blockchains and the most recent changes and updates, visit https://www.cryptolists.com/blockchain/.