Nucleus Vision | POA Network | Zilliqa
Total Supply: 10,000,000,000
Circulating Supply: 4,500,000,000
Founded in 2014 at Harvard University, Nucleus Vision is an end-to-end technology solution that captures and provides previously unaccessed data to retailers and other ‘brick and mortar’ businesses through blockchain and real time sensor technology.
By building a secure blockchain based information network for IDs captured, Nucleus Vision aims to protect consumers privacy, while mining intelligence using neural models, and integrating its nCash tokens, to create the largest global loyalty rewards network.
Nucleus Vision’s solution is currently live with ION Sensors deployed in 10 live retail establishments in India. Beyond retail, Nucleus Vision's sensor technology has far reaching applications in the field of physical security and connecting global devices.
Total Supply: 252,460,800
Circulating Supply: 176,722,000
POA Network is an open Ethereum sidechain with Proof of Authority (PoA) consensus, reached by independent validators. It is a public network for smart contracts that combines speed, security, and cost efficiency.
POA Core Network consists of the PoA-based protocol, the validators who seal the blocks according to the rules of this protocol, and the DApps that enable the network functionality. Core network is an independent chain with its own native coin.
POA Network is making the case that consensus by individuals is a feasible business model for blockchains. A streamlined consensus algorithm that creates a trustless environment without an expensive setup, combined with a swarm of blockchains, connected to each other to transfer value, can establish a foundation for faster and cheaper smart contracts.
Exchanges: Binance, KuCoin, Huobi, Gate.io, IDEX, ForkDelta
Total Supply: 12,600,000,000
Circulating Supply: 6,500,000,000
Zilliqa is a new blockchain platform that is designed to securely scale in an open, permission-less distributed network. The core feature that makes Zilliqa scalable is sharding, which means the division of the network into several smaller component networks capable of processing transactions in parallel. As a result, the transaction rate in Zilliqa increases as the mining network expands. Zilliqa aims to rival traditional centralized payment methods such as VISA and MasterCard. In fact, with a network size of 10,000 nodes, Zilliqa will enable a throughput which matches the average transaction rate of VISA and MasterCard with the advantage of much lower fees for the merchants.
Zilliqa leverages proof-of-work (PoW) to establish identities and perform sharding. However, unlike several existing blockchain platforms (such as Ethereum and Bitcoin), Zilliqa does not employ PoW (Proof Of Work) to achieve consensus.
Zilliqa aims to support high-throughput data-intensive applications via a dataflow-style programming language interface. The underlying sharding architecture allows Zilliqa to support high throughput, both in terms of transactions processed as well as smart contracts executed per block epoch.