Before we get into the 🥩, ask yourself this question:
👉 Are you a maxi?
(AKA – do you believe one blockchain should rule the world?)
👉 Are you agnostic?
(AKA – are you in favor of a multi-blockchain world?)
It’s a polarizing question. 🤜🤛
🔹 But blockchain agnosticism is becoming increasingly popular.
💡 Because people love to have options.
Having multiple layer one blockchains means that organizations have greater flexibility when choosing a platform that best suits their needs.
👉 Starbucks chose Polygon for its Rewards Program because of its scalability and environmentally friendly proof of stake consensus mechanism.
👉 Warner Bros. chose Eluvio for its WB Movieverse because of its ability to manage and distribute video content.
By having multiple blockchains available simultaneously, organizations have choices.
They can make decisions that favor their specific needs rather than being limited by the capabilities of only one chain.
Agnosticism is the future, considering the number of EVM-compatible blockchains.
(Ethereum is currently the Dapp 👑, so other chains go the EVM-compatible route to try and lure development)
🔹 If Blockchains had a Prom, the EVM would win Prom Queen.
The EVM is a computational engine hardwired for specific tasks.
It runs and executes code precisely as programmed without any chance of:
👉 censorship, or
👉 third-party interference.
It’s a trustless system that runs on nodes worldwide to ensure data stays secure and the system operates as programmed.
The EVM constantly monitors what’s happening and ensures accuracy, so you always get consistent results.
💡 Many blockchains, including Evmos, pride themselves on their EVM compatibility.
Evmos is both:
👉 Built using the Cosmos SDK, and
That gives them a unique value proposition.
💡 Evmos allows developers to move value between the Ethereum and Cosmos ecosystems. It’s the first of its kind.
Blockchains, like Evmos, give organizations options.
And until we have a blockchain that can do EVERYTHING…