Comparison of 53 Smart Contract Blockchain platforms
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Access: How difficult it is to access technology and resources
Attractiveness: Fees are a key element to attract users, projects, and developers. We normalized fees in $. We Use f(x)=intvalue(0.5−0.5/(0.5+x))*10 as function to produce number between 0 and 5, moreover:
Expensive fees, highest volatility
Fees are low, or can be payed in another non native token, TomoChain (TRC-21) or Binance Chain (natively)
Costs: What does it cost to run a node, pay for licenses, deploy smart contract, pay developers, training costs, ...
Ease of use: we are looking at the ecosystem around each blockchain platform:
Difficult to find developers e.g. Haskel language, lack of manuals, alpha software quality
Beta software quality, not all tools available, few software development kits (SDK)
Stable, tools are available
Stable, tools are available, trainings and books are widely available, lots of Stackoverflow.com help
All of the above, really easy to find developer, manual updated
Popularity: We Use f(x)=intvalue(0.5−0.5/(0.5+x))*10 as function to produce number between 0 and 5, Popularity rating is
mean(f(number of individual address), f(number of dApps), f(number of github stars), f(number of forks) )
Quality: We Use f(x)=intvalue(0.5−0.5/(0.5+x))*10 as function to produce number between 0 and 5, quality rating is
mean(-f(number of open bug), f(number of pull requests), f(number of releases), f(official blog post), -f(day to fix 0day))
Scalability: We took into account the growing development of 2nd layer solutions that should provide greater scalability for legacy blockchains (e.g., Ethereum, Bitcoin with lighning) while reducing on-chain fees and allowing users to transact at near-zero fees.
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