The growing buzz around the ZK sector suggests that it will be a new trend in the near future, and I believe that most projects using this technology can experience growth in the coming years. However, there are a few things about MINA PROTOCOL that don't sit well with me. Firstly, the fact that early backers of the project include FTX and 3AC, who invested $92 million, raises some concerns (where are they now?). Additionally, the phrase "22 kb forever" is a marketing ploy that I find rather annoying. It may sound appealing, but it suffers from the same problem that they claim to have overcome. The idea of a "fixed-size blockchain" goes against the well-established fact that you can't store increasingly larger amounts of state information in a finite amount of space without losing some form of information.
If you're a trader, you'll find that MINA PROTOCOL is a good fit due to its substantial liquidity and high daily trading volume, which is currently around $210 million.
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