When the network launched in 2018, it looked to be one of the biggest contenders to (ETH) — not just in terms of providing a scalable development platform for decentralized apps, or DApps, but also in terms of a well-funded project with great support, and one that could rival Ethereum as the second-ranked cryptocurrency.
So far, while EDApps OS is definitely a worthy competitor, it’s hard to argue that it has toppled Ethereum, which houses almost nine times more DApps on its platform than EOS, according to State of the DApps. Nevertheless, EOS remains a top competitor, mainly due to its superior throughput. Facilitating over 700,000 transactions in 24 hours, EOS can currently handle around 20 times the volume of Ethereum. This also translates into user numbers, with EOS now catching up.
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