Top 10 Cryptocurrencies With Real Life Use Case

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Experts believe it’s about time people began associating digital currencies with their utility, rather than the hype of blockchains. Bitcoins and other digital assets might be fading into proportionate loss of confidence in cryptos as a store of value. Meanwhile, this loss of interest may not necessarily affect the advancement and improvement of blockchain technology. But could impair the gradual process of adoption. Only an irrefutable proof of value to consumers and enterprises will drive the next phase of growth.
The short term wins of the crypto-verse are over. Cryptos with real-life use cases will drive crypto growth in 2020. If we look more carefully into the market we can definitely find a few blockchain projects, the ones created to be useful in real life. In this article, we will tell you about the top10 cryptos, the ones you can use in your real life.

Bitcoin

A factual study was going round that Bitcoin can outweigh digital gold. However, this is only possible if Bitcoin could spawn a barrel of real-life use cases. ARK, a prominent investment research firm noted three feasible Bitcoin user cases that could drive Bitcoin to a trillion-dollar capitalization. One such example is the use of bitcoin as a form of non-seizable offshore wealth asset. The aggregate net worth of High Net Worth Individual (HNWI) purportedly neighbors $50 trillion figures. Would Bitcoin secure a small percentage of this aggregate, then the asset could attain a trillion-dollar valuation.

Ethereum (ETH)

Ethereum’s utility goes beyond the financial world. While it is simple to categorize both Bitcoin and Ethereum as one, Bitcoin lacks an actual use case besides being a digital currency. However, the main agenda of Ethereum was to create a programmable layer of smart contracts for deploying decentralized applications.

The utility aspects of the ethereum blockchain range from organizations and enterprises intending to deploy their ethereum blockchains.

Ripple

Ripple’s entry into the crypto market was to solve the challenges of blockchain scalability. This aspect would form the basis of the Ripple Network’s major selling point. The platform has a throughput capacity of at least 50,000 transactions per second. Additionally, XRP coins were meant to facilitate real-time transactions with negligible transaction fees. Ripple’s target market are institutions such as banks. The network would help increase its efficiencies. Furthermore, the network describes its native network – XRP as the world’s fastest and reliable digital currency for making payments.

Apollo

The Apollo Currency (APL) is a privacy coin dubbed as the all in one decentralized token. APL boasts of being the only cryptocurrency that combines almost all the features of existing altcoins into one platform. Noteworthy, APL is built upon proof of stake consensus mechanism and also allows holders to forge new tokens through its wallet software. The total supply of APL altcoins is 21 billion and there at least 15 billion coins in circulation.

Tron

Myriads of scalability issues plagued Ethereum since inception. Tron benefits from the disadvantages of Ethereum. Note that the creators behind Tron wanted to inspire all Ethereum features but a level of boosted scalability. Tron does not charge any costs for executing smart contract transactions, unlike Ethereum. However, the Tron network promises a remarkable throughput of 2,000 transactions per second. Striking similarities with Ethereum include the ability to create smart contracts by implementing Solidity. Tron founders recently outlined plans of providing additional privacy layers to transform the currency into a privacy coin.

Monero

A privacy coin at the center of all financial transactions, Is what comes to mind at the mention of Monero. Privacy makes monero such a valuable asset for cryptocurrency enthusiasts. Financial analysts believe that monero would be such a favorable store of value for people during oppressive regimes. While Bitcoin’s first impression was providing anonymity in a world of centralized data systems, Bitcoin’s blockchain would still store a record of transactions. Hence failing to achieve anonymity. Monero solved this problem by coming up with multiple stealth addresses, ring signatures, and permanent IP obfuscation.

Dash

Dash came into existence as an altcoin for making cryptocurrency easier and paved the way for mainstream adoption. Instant confirmations and ability to solve the problem of double-spending positioned Dash among the most revolutionary projects. Take the instance of a cafeteria vending machine accepting bitcoin payments. Would it not take forever given Bitcoins long confirmation times. Not forgetting high transaction fees.

Factom

 

Factom came to birth in 2014 as the undisputable record keeper of immutable and trustable data. Once a record is placed on Factom, changes are impossible to make. Therefore, an essential record would act as trust against which future verifications can be executed. Peter Kirby, the founder of the platform, had noted significant constraints on the bitcoin blockchain, barred the scope for innovation and prominent solutions. Meanwhile, the Factom ecosystem implements both its blockchain and Bitcoin to achieve the following:

  • Proof of Audit
  • Proof of Existence
  • Proof of Process

Gollem

Gollem is an open-source, decentralized supercomputer built on the Ethereum blockchain. The native cryptocurrency of the Golem network is called Golem Network Tokens or GNT. Supply of these coins is fixed, and the price would likely increase with further adoption of the platform. It is easy to liken Golem to the AirBnB in computing. A place where technologies can power their websites, execute CGI rendering, conduct energy-intensive calculations and execute long lines of code. Golem’s computation resources could also enable you to mine other cryptocurrencies.

IOTA

IOTA is the first of its kind cryptocurrency that does not use a blockchain. The coin implements what it calls the Tangle technology. These projects will power the next generation of the internet of things. Transactions are entirely free. An aspect that is impossible with other altcoins. On the low side of things, the adoption rate for IOTA is quite low. However, the coin has great potential to go mainstream.

Bottom line

The utility is the most important question one would ask when it comes to technology. It is fair and reasonable that technology goes mainstream because its impacts could touch lives. Therefore, this aspect of use case is a core concern while assessing the future of any innovation.