Reasons Why Ripple, Stellar, Verge, and Tron are the future Cryptos

Recent cryptos like Ripple (XRP), Stellar (XLM), Verge (XVG) and Tron (TRX) are trending among trade investors across the world today, and this is due to their exciting features and futuristic goals. However, another joint characteristic that these digital coins possess is that they have a reasonable price to the dollar. It is important to know that XRP is now traded at $0.65, XLM is traded at $0.25, XVG is traded at $0.096, and last but not the least, TRX is at $0.04.

One question that comes to the mind is, what common feature do these digital coins have besides having a reasonable price to the dollar? Well, it is worth noting that these 4 vital digital coins have what we call a “Proof of Concept,” which means the apprehension of a particular method or notion in order to exhibit or show its feasibility. Proof of Concept may also mean an act of demonstrating with principles in order to verify practical concepts that have potentials.

Indeed, it is uncommon for most cryptocurrencies to come up with their own Proof of Concepts. Most of the cryptocurrencies without a Proof of Concept can’t really come out to show how they have given a long-lasting answer to real-life problems that they have promised to do. For us to get the concepts of Ripple (XRP), Stellar (XLM), Verge (XVG) and Tron (TRX), we will take an abstract look at them each of them.

The main aim of Ripple (XRP) is to offer a good user experience to all participants. This implies that every Ripple user can be able to receive and send funds instantly without encountering any barrier, through the use of its blockchain technology.

Subsequently, there haven’t been any complaints or whatsoever concerning the trade of funds globally. Also, the digital coin has recently partnered with reputable and big financial institutions that propose to use the Ripple payment feature through Xvia, xCurrent, and xRapid. Besides, Santander has declared lately that it has adopted the use of Open FX which works on xCurrent – this is what we call a Proof of Concept.

The Stellar (XLM) aims to foster the connections of banks and other financial institutions for the transaction of funds to be done instantly without participants acquiring costs. This digital coin has proved this feature through its collaboration with companies like IBM.

Verge (XVG) aims to improve on the old blockchain like Bitcoin. It also aims to provide its users an efficient way to transact funds and trade efficiently in a more decentralized way, with their privacy intact. Privacy is one feature that Verge (XVG) holds in a high esteem. And with its Verge’s Wraith Protocol, every user can rest assured of private and secure trade 24/7.

Since its inception, Tron (TRX) had endured lots of FUD on the internet to release its Testnet last month. However, the final Mainnet is set to be released on May 31st. This digital coin has changed from a decentralized entertainment blueprint to decentralize the web today. It is necessary to note that this project also has 9 DApps which has a fan-base of about one to two million at present.

The above-stated features in this article are the vital reasons why Ripple (XRP), Stellar (XLM), Verge (XVG) and Tron (TRX) are the future of cryptocurrency; they all showcase the Proof of Concept. In the near future, these cryptocurrencies will take over the crypto-world.

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