The ABEY blockchain is experiencing unparalleled growth by any other blockchain at the moment, adding 20,000 wallets in the past week. The growth comes on the heels of a crucial listing for the ABEY blockchain.
The ABEY token, available to trade on Liquid Global, one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges, has skyrocketed in price by more than 400% since its first public listing on ZBX.one exchange, when it traded at approximately. US$0.61 in 2020. ABEY is now being traded around US$2.50 per token at the time of writing.
As the first fully operational-third-generation public blockchain, ABEYCHAIN overcomes one of blockchain’s paramount challenges. By achieving both a high degree of decentralization, security, and efficiency, ABEYCHAIN has pushed the industry beyond the “Impossible Triangle,” where blockchains cannot be equally decentralized, secure, and efficient—instead, blockchain’s must focus on two of three angles at the expense of the third.
Unlike other blockchains, users enjoy high-speed transactions, cross-chain interoperability and a growing index of decentralized applications (dApps) on ABEY, whose foundation, The ABEY Foundation, maintains the blockchain can scale to 10,000 transactions per second—a throughput unmatched by other blockchains. The ABEY Foundation assists with governance, research, and guidance.
The list of ABEYCHAIN features is tireless. A variety of high-quality cryptocurrency assets native to other blockchains can be seamlessly transferred onto or processed through the ABEYCHAIN without experiencing any significant delays. DApps can be showcased, purchased, and sold within the innovative ABEY Marketplace, an exciting feature that users will not find in other blockchain ecosystems.
All this plays to the significance of the ABEY token’s most recent listing. Ranked with regularity amongst top crypto exchanges on daily traded spot volume, Liquid, which was founded in 2014 and is based in Japan, has presently more than 80,000 customers, who now have access to a scalable platform with functionality above and beyond prior blockchains.
The discussion about how to scale blockchains dates in earnest back to the early days of Bitcoin. Already on BitcoinTalk in Bitcoin’s earliest days, bitcoin developers such as Jeff Garzik were discussing the problems that may in the future reveal themselves owing to Satoshi Nakamoto’s decision to set Bitcoin’s block limit at 1MB.
Years later, the so-called Bitcoin Block Size Debate—known by some as Bitcoin’s Civil War—broke